The TCS Story . . . And Beyond

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  • Title: The TCS Story . . . And Beyond
  • Author: S. Ramadorai
  • ISBN: 9780670084906
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Hardcover

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  1. I had purchased this book out of curiosity for India s largest software exporter Nobody can deny the huge contributions made by the Information Technology IT and ITES sectors in the Indian growth story and Tata Consultancy Services TCS is indeed one of the pioneers in this field.The book is written by S Ramadorai, ex CEO of TCS The book starts with a little about Ramadorai s childhood, his family and about his personal beliefs, then starts the story of TCS.This book corrected many of the misconc [...]


  2. First let me tell you that I liked the book up to certain point But after some pages the book looked like a an advertising brochure from TCS The book is all about what TCS is capable of and in a very subtle way shows the love author has for the TATA brand If you want to understand the Indian IT industry s evolution better, this book may not excite you Yes, it has those little nuggets which gives some idea on how things were when TATAs started out with TCS But beyond a certain point, this book is [...]


  3. Today the Indian IT Industry is doing a business of over 155 Billion worldwide, but it all started with TCS and F.C.Kohli, Father of the Indian Software Industry in 1969 During his tenure at TCS from 1969 to 1996, Kohli defined most of the rules by which Indian IT Outsourcing business works even today.In the last two decades of starting and running an IT Services firm myself, Tata Consultancy Services TCS , the largest of them all, presence in my world was unmistakable Not that at my firm we par [...]


  4. This is neither S Ramadorai s autobioghraphy nor proper complete TCS s story, but I don t think there is anyone else other than Mr S Ramadorai who could wright book on TCS It includes how TCS was started and how its business evolved Author has tried to give as much information as he could but I think not enough details has been shared This book mostly talks TCS under Mr S Ramadorai Last chapter is about Mr S Ramadorai s vision of what IT could do rather than TCS.This is good book to read not ju [...]


  5. The book establishes the fact that the Tatas have committed themselves to the task of nation building be it any sector or industry in India.The Tatas are truly the pioneers of IT revolution in India.


  6. This book is going to be one of the life changing moment in my career Could draw lot of parallels with Mr.Ramadorai


  7. I believe it is one of the finest book ever written describing the Indian IT industry s behemoth company This book has vividly describes not only the TCS saga, but also the evolution of Indian IT industry The book has tried to capture the different phases of TCS from inception till its saturation Mr Ramdorai has clearly done a brilliant job in capturing the journey of TCS through its struggle, different leadership styles which shaped it and its contribution to India in a sequential manner Multip [...]


  8. The book is well written and highlights the Travails faced by the IT industry pioneers in India For somebody in the Indian IT industry today it hightlights the characteristics of associates in the early days with the characteristics of the associates today It is a world of a difference Associates were dedicated, loyal and hardworking than they are today Maybe the same number of associates answer to the above set of attributes but in overall percentage of associates in IT companies there numbe [...]


  9. Book speaks about TCS in the eye of Ramadorai right from it s early years Starts interestingly with his boyhood in his village, about his family and his graduation etc Also the kind of difficulties TCS faced in the period of license raj was well narrated It makes us to feel how cumbersome the policies has been laid that importing a mainframe computer to India would fetch nearly 2 years from the order, despite paying twice the cost of the computer as tax, custom duties, etc Hardship faced by TCS [...]


  10. A definitive guide not just on how India s largest IT company TCS was built starting from the mid sixties but also about the early days of the IT industry, the challenges it faced and how the leadership overcame these challenges The book also highlights the vision the Tata Group in general has about the future, about business and its role In society and how the company is committed to performing it s roles be it on the corporate side as a responsible profit making business or as a committed citi [...]


  11. Provides good insight into the inception growth of IT industry in India The initial story of TCS is basically the story of IT industry in India As a CEO written story, it naturally focuses on the good parts rather than providing an objective view of things Last few chapters can be safely skipped, as they mostly talk about the author s view of the current situation of India and has very little bearing on the TCS story Recommended read if you are interested in learning about the way IT industry in [...]


  12. What makes this book interesting despite the genre being non fiction At least to me, this work made me look into over all perspective, just not think about immediate effect of a issue Easy and quick read Inspiring work as well.


  13. Being in TCS was recommended this book early on in my career The age old wisdom of Mr Ramadorai still lives on in the company and meeting people who are mentioned in this book is a sense of d j by as if you know them from before.


  14. Describes step by step how India arrived on the IT scene since 1970s till now Also gives a detailed peek into what goes in to make TCS one of the respected companies A must read for all software professionals


  15. A apt title for this book would have been My years at TCS Although the book is primarily about TCS, it is written mostly from a single person s point of view Hence it does not read like a well rounded story.


  16. Pretty good account of the crazy red tape faced by TCS in becoming one of the most admired and most money making IT company of the country Its an eye opener when you come to know that not so far ago companies has to pay taxes which were twice the cost of the computer they were importing


  17. Awesome book It s just reflects what we do a validator that we are on the right track in our business I highly recommend this book to all aspiring entrepreneurs




  18. Gives a good insight on how the IT industry started in India TCS almost created the industry and the talent pool, but somehow they didn t capitalize fully on this success is my thought





  19. It has a lot of details about the company and the person, some fascinating but mostly boring The story line is incoherent and repetitive.


  20. Amazing book when it comes to understanding the struggle and effort put in to build up and empire like TCS Great insight on the run of TCS.