CEO of TCS receives honorary doctorate from Nyenrode University

Natarajan Chandrasekaran, CEO and Managing Director of Tata Consulting Services (TCS), has been awarded the title of Doctor Honoris Causa for his significant contributions towards business and society.

Nyenrode Business University, the Netherlands' only private university, referred to Chandrasekaran’s "relentless focus on delivering value to global businesses, his stakeholders and local communities around the world."

In conferring the degree, professor for International Business Strategy Désirée van Gorp said Chandrasekaran was an inspiration. "He is a true advocate of corporate stewardship, and this is demonstrated by the refined sustainability programme at TCS, which focuses on education, environment and wellness."

In response, Chandrasekaran said "it is a great privilege for me to have this honour conferred on me by a university with such a proud heritage of having produced some of this country's finest business leaders.

"At Tata Consultancy Services, it has always been a priority for us to focus on the twin paths to achieving industry-leading business excellence and working sustainably in the communities where we operate."

About Tata Consulting Services (TCS)

Tata Consulting Services has been operating in the Netherlands since 1992. It has over 2.500 employees catering to a strong client base that includes leading Dutch corporations such as ABN AMRO, Royal Haskoning, ING Group, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and NXP Semi-conductors.

The company has been expanding both its business and community engagement in the Netherlands and across Europe. Through its involvement with over 140 schools in Europe, it is working with young people to prepare them for successful careers in the digital age.



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