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Testing Times

The go go years of growth might be well behind the Indian it sector, but it still had plenty of steam left.

Rajesh Gopinathan, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) India's largest software services exporter is extremely cautious when talking about future outlook. Therefore, it was a milestone moment when he emphasised, during an analysts' call in January, how TCS had signed its first $50 million plus digital transformation deal. "While a deal of this scale is still relatively rare, confined to only the most technologically progressive customers, we believe this is the shape of things to come as more and more organisations start implementing a long term digital strategy," he added.

The deal came on the back of its previous success TCS won nearly $6 billion in contracts under a month underscoring the company's and the

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