TCS continues to support mission critical technology backbones for leading global organizations, keeping them open for business. As a leading technology provider, TCS is working with more than 1,000 organizations across the world to keep them up and running. A pioneer in location independent work practices for the last 50 years, TCS has proactively deployed collaboration platforms, cloud enabled infrastructure and robust security practices, which positions us well to deal with this unprecedented situation. During the COVID-19 crisis, TCS is leveraging their R&D infrastructure to run multiple threads, looking for opportunities to support high priority needs across the world.

ExxonMobil has donated 9,000 face masks, 45,000 nitrile gloves and 3,000 PPE kits to three leading hospitals in Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru. As GoMechanic’s official mobility partner, they are supporting their “Open for Heroes” initiative that provides free maintenance services to emergency and other frontline vehicles. In Bengaluru, where ExxonMobil has biggest employee base, they have donated 800 safety kits to the Bengaluru City Police and 2,000 hygiene kits to the Bengaluru Municipal Corporation.

 

 

Reform measures announced by the government as part to restart the economy are critical to make India’s business environment competitive not only with China, Vietnam and Mexico, but with more developed western economies

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Source: LiveMint

USIBC has suggested the Indian government to create a separate COVID-19 budget to support incremental financing needs to address the pandemic and its economic impact.

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Source: The Economic Times

WASHINGTON : A large number of American companies like Google, Uber and IBM are offering their resources to help India successfully fight the battle against the deadly coronavirus pandemic. Resources range from providing free digital education platform, donating face masks, boosting up ventilator production to converting shipping containers into ICU.

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Source: Live Mint

After the COVID-19 pandemic, India will have the opportunity to build an economy that is more resilient, diversified and attractive to the global manufacturers and services as the majority of the businesses world wide have faced disruptions and economic fallout, according to the head of a India-centric American business representative group here.

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Source: Business Standard