Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan lays foundation stone
INDORE, INDIA: Tata Consultancy Services will set up a software development campus in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, with an investment of Rs. 500 crore in two phases.
The TCS Indore campus will be located in the SEZ Area allotted by the Madhya Pradesh government. The Hon'ble Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, presided over this occasion and laid the foundation stone for Phase I at a ceremony held at the site of the campus. He was joined by other dignitaries from the city.
N. Chandrasekaran, CEO and MD, TCS said, "Indore is among the fastest growing cities in India by virtue of its business ecosystem and infrastructure development. The city has a good potential to transform into a knowledge hub. TCS' investment will further boost the economy of the state by nurturing the development of talent and re-instilling inclusive growth. We are committed to work in harmony with all the stakeholders in the state to provide high-end solutions to our customers from this location."
"On behalf of TCS, I would like to thank the Hon'ble Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh for making time for this auspicious function. We would not have been able to commence this project without the help of the Madhya Pradesh government officials whose energy and commitment to this project has helped make it a reality."
The Madhya Pradesh CM, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, said: "We welcome Tata Consultancy Services to set up its campus in Indore focused on IT and BPO services. Madhya Pradesh is among fastest growing states in India in terms of GDP today, which reinforces our intent to provide the best-in-class infrastructure, jobs and business opportunities to the people of the state. We are certain that TCS' entry into the state will open new avenues for economic development of the state."
The world-class TCS campus will comprise software engineering blocks, training facilities, amphitheatre, and other facilities to offer a holistic environment to knowledge professionals. Sprinkled with water bodies and green areas, the park will incorporate several green building concepts such as zero discharge, energy efficient systems, rain water harvesting systems and integrated building management systems.