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1 IP and international co-operation Mukesh Gupta Director, Strategic Relations TCS

2 25 August 2014 Corporate Facts › Established in 1968 › Part of the Tata Group › Over 111,000 Employees in 47 Countries › FY Revenues of US $5.7 billion (~50% from North American clients) › Public Company – Market Cap of US $20 billion › Established in 1968 › Part of the Tata Group › Over 111,000 Employees in 47 Countries › FY Revenues of US $5.7 billion (~50% from North American clients) › Public Company – Market Cap of US $20 billion TCS Revenues in US$ Millions * All Figures as of March 31, 2008

3 25 August 2014 TCS In Canada First Canadian client in 1991 Opened first Canadian sales office in offices and two delivery centres across Canada 2,000 associates working on Canadian client projects Vancouver, BC Calgary, AB Toronto, ON Sales Offices Delivery Centres Mississauga, ON Ottawa, ON Montreal, QC

4 25 August 2014 Major Trends Shaping World Business Has huge implications on labour cost Surplus - Demographic Dividend or Social Tensions? Projected deficit/surplus of working population in 2020 (million) Note:Potential surplus is calculated keeping the ratio of working population (age group 15 – 59) to total population constant Source:U.S. Bureau of the Census International Data Base; BCG Analysis India Bangladesh Pakistan Iran Brazil Mexico Philippines 5 4 Vietnam 2 Turkey 5 Indonesia 1 Malaysia 0 Ireland Israel Iraq 2 4 Egypt -10 China -6 Russia Czech Republic -17 U.S. & Canada -2 U.K. -2 Italy -3 France -9 Japan 47

5 25 August 2014 Major Trends Shaping World Business Source: Goldman Sachs Economic Paper # 99; BCG analysis Bubble size corresponds to GDP size GDP USD trillion GDP per capita 000 USD Japan UK Germany Italy France Brazil Russia China India US 2002 GDP USD trillion GDP per capita 000 USD US Japan China India UK Germany Italy France Brazil Russia 2050 Awakening of the Dragon and the Elephant

6 25 August 2014 The disaggregated supply chain Boeing Washington Vertical Tail Mitsubishi Japan Wing Box Aliena Italy Hor. Stabiliser Latecoere France Passenger Door Rolls Royce UK Engine Messier Dowty France Landing Gear PFW Germany Metallic Tubing and Ducting Raw Materials and FuelCrew Design and Engineering TalentCustomers Kawasaki Japan Forward Fuselage Source: Boeing.com, Wikipedia Final assembly: Everett, WA

7 25 August 2014 TCS Innovation Labs 1.Bangalore, India: Embedded Systems 2.Burbank, USA: Media & Entertainment 3.Chennai, India: Infrastructure Management, Web 2.0, Retail, and Travel & Hospitality 4.Cincinnati, USA: Performance Engineering, Agile 5.Delhi, India: SaaS, Natural Language Processing, Multimedia Applications 6.Detroit, USA: Automotive 7.Hyderabad, India: Business Systems & Cybernetics, and CMC 8.Kolkata, India: RFID 9.Mumbai, India: Convergence, Performance Engineering, Telecom, Media & Entertainment, and Insurance 10.Naperville, USA: RFID 11.Peterborough, UK: Enterprise Applications, Utility Computing, RFID 12.Pune, India: TRDDC, and Engineering & Industrial Design 13.Sydney, Australia: Banking & Financial Services

8 25 August 2014 Co-Innovation Network (COIN) Entrepreneurs in Residence Industry Bodies Customers Research Institutions Academic Institutions Student Community Startups Venture Capitalists Alliance Partners Consultants TCS Innovation Lab “ TCS is remarkable for the way it taps into other organizations to create what it calls a co- innovation network. For the past three years the company has been gradually building a network of university researchers, venture capitalists, and startup entrepreneurs. Now this initiative is really starting to get traction” – Steve Hamm, “How TCS Harnesses Startup Innovation” BusinessWeek Blog: Bangalore Tigers, August 29, 2007

9 25 August 2014 IP in the COIN – 4 strands of protection IP laws in India are similar to other Commonwealth legislatures, and rigorously enforced IP legislation Individual contracts and terms of engagement are struck with each participating body Contract law Non-disclosures and commercial confidentiality clauses are strongly upheld NDA and confidentiality The Tata Code of Conduct dictates ethical business practices Code of Conduct

10 25 August August 2014 Experience certainty. IT Services. Business Solutions. Outsourcing.


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