In a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange, the company said, “TCS will implement a unified global process blueprint for ASML, aiming to simplify business processes, improve operational efficiency and elevate stakeholder experience.”
Recently, TCS set up an exclusive centre for ASML in its Hyderabad campus, it said.
Commenting on the deal, ASML, Chief Information Officer, Louis Luijten said, “As computer chips get smaller and smaller, our lithography machines grow increasingly more complex and customized. Our IT processes and systems needs to be able to support this trend.”
“With TCS, we have found the right level of expertise, experience and scale to partner with us. We are very pleased to enrich our partnership,” Louis added.
TCS has been ASML’s trusted partner, providing a range of services including IT Application Portfolio Management, Cyber Security Operations and support for Product Lifecycle Management platforms.
Meanwhile, shares of the company closed at Rs 2,186.50 apiece, up 1.38 per cent, from previous close on BSE.