Former SAP CIO joins TCS

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NEW DELHI: To effectively support its fast-growing customer base in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), technology and consulting organization Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has announced the appointment of Carol Wilson as the implementation director to lead the development and delivery of services for its customers in the EMEA region.


Wilson will be based in Munich, Germany, a TCS statement said.

N. Chandrasekaran, global head of sales and operations, said, “The addition of Carol Wilson to our European team reiterates the evolving global nature of TCS.”

He said, “As TCS grows its business in Europe, in-depth experience with European IT markets and major software products will be critical, not only to develop and sustain our offerings in this market, but also accommodate the growth of our European organization. Carol will be a great asset to TCS' business as well as its global brand and we're thrilled to have her on board.”


Wilson joins TCS from SAP in Walldorf, Germany where she has served as global CIO for the last three years. In her role as CIO for software giant SAP, Carol charted new ground with innovative resource deployment models, capitalizing on the benefits of a newly-defined and implemented “off-shoring” initiative.

While driving global IT for SAP, she was responsible for the implementation, support and operations of the entire range of applications, platforms and business process services. She is credited with the institutionalization of project rigor and professionalism in the SAP IT community.

“There is great growth potential for TCS' services in Europe and I have seen clear evidence of their ability to deliver sustained value to customers. I am excited to have this chance,” said Wilson, Implementation Director, EMEA at TCS.

Before her stint with SAP, Wilson had held CIO, consultancy and leadership positions with SGS, Accenture and Motorola. She is an honors graduate of Management Information Systems from the University of Texas.

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