BEA Systems and Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS)
are expanding their strategic partnership to develop
service-oriented architecture (SOA) solutions.
this expanded partnership, TCS'' practice areas and centers
of excellence will create new solutions based on the
BEA AquaLogic and WebLogic platforms. TCS'' Global Consulting
Practice will also work closely with BEA teams on joint
SOA consulting assignments to help accelerate SOA adoption
have told us they want to combine industry leading technologies
with world-class expertise to help them accelerate adoption
of SOA within their enterprises in order to realise
new revenue streams or drive down SG&A expenses"
said Alfred Chuang, chairman and CEO, BEA Systems.
added ystems and TCS have a successful history of working
together to deliver solutions for the financial services
industry, and are working to bring new SOA solutions
to market. TCS has firmly established its position as
one of world''s largest IT services provider, and we
remain committed to delivering innovative technology
and solutions that produce tangible business results
for the enterprise.
to CEO and MD, Tata Consultancy Services,"TCS considers
SOA to be a growth engine for the future. We have a
strong presence in this area and are currently engaged
with global customers on consulting and application
development engagements. BEA has a great platform for
SOA adoption. We see a tremendous opportunity in meeting
customer needs with a joint ''Go To Market'' strategy
with BEA in this space."
is considering development of SOA-based corporate service
infrastructure within which it could be able to deploy
a part of the BEA product stack to address the high
volume requirements for its global operations.
has emerged as a crucial enabler in the field of on-demand
IT and business computing for enterprises. SOA is widely
considered as the most effective way of overcoming IT
complexities involved in businesses that require their
IT systems to be flexible and adaptive enough to address
changing business needs.
Systems, Inc, a world leader in enterprise infrastructure
software, reported total revenues of $339.6 million
for the fiscal second quarter ended July 31, 2006, up
19 per cent from last year''s second quarter. BEA reported
second quarter licence fees of $136.0 million, up 15
per cent from a year ago, and services revenue of $203.6
million, up 22 per cent from a year ago. BEA reported
second quarter operating cash flow of $49.9 million,
up 22 per cent from a year ago
Consultancy Services Limited (TCS) is a leader in information
technology consulting, services, business process outsourcing
and engineering services. TCS reported consolidated
revenues of $2.97 billion in the fiscal year 2005-2006.
The company is listed on the National Stock Exchange
and Bombay Stock Exchange in India.