Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), India’s largest IT services company, has made a firm statement that the ongoing conflict in Israel will not have a significant impact on its business operations. Despite having 250 staff members in the region, TCS maintains that it is closely monitoring the situation to ensure its employees’ safety and is exploring ways to support the local communities in which they live. Additionally, TCS has activated comprehensive business continuity plans to safeguard its customers and maintain service levels.
N. Ganapathy Subramaniam, TCS Chief Operating Officer, assured that the company does not anticipate any major disruptions in its business due to the conflict. This commitment underscores TCS’s dedication to delivering uninterrupted services to its clients worldwide.
Regarding the safety of its employees in Israel, Subramaniam clarified that a significant portion of TCS staff in Israel consists of local residents. However, he emphasized that the company is flexible and supportive of any decision made by employees regarding their stay or return. He acknowledged that the current circumstances, including disrupted flight schedules, make evacuation efforts challenging.
The conflict in Israel was initiated when the militant group Hamas launched a surprise air and ground attack on Israel from its base in the Gaza Strip. In response, Israel conducted airstrikes in the region and vowed to respond robustly to the aggression. The situation remains fluid, and TCS is keeping a watchful eye on developments while ensuring the well-being of its employees and the continuity of its business operations.
Sources By Agencies