Modernization Category: System Integrator

Company Name: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)


Corporate Information

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)
1245 E Diehl Road, Suite 300
Naperville IL 60563
Phone:630-505-9100
Fax: 630-505-8160


Contact Information

Pankaj Kakkar
732 599 0517
pankaj.kakkar@tcs.com

Company Background

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is one of the world's leading information technology companies. Through its Global Network Delivery Model™, Innovation Network, and Solution Accelerators, TCS focuses on helping global organizations address their business challenges effectively.

TCS continues to invest in new technologies, processes, and people which can help its customers succeed. From generating novel concepts through TCS Innovation Labs and academic alliances, to drawing on the expertise of key partners, it keeps clients operating at the very edge of technological possibility.

Whether TCS is envisioning a business advantage, engineering an IT solution, or executing an outsourcing strategy, it helps its customers experience certainty in their every day business.

TCS reported 2006-07 global revenues of USD 4.3 billion

 

Solution
Architecture and Technology

TCS guides businesses through the definition, deployment, and governance of their enterprise and domain architectures, while systematically analyzing change drivers to connect business requirements to adequate IT capabilities. Our holistic approach to IT Architecture encompasses multiple dimensions: business architecture, information architecture, application architecture, technical architecture, implementation architecture, and operations architecture.

TCS' services include:

Enterprise Architecture Consulting
  • Enterprise Architecture Review and IT Roadmap Definition
  • Enterprise Architecture Deployment
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  • SOA Assessment
  • SOA Strategy - Formulation and Planning
  • SOA Architecture Roadmap for transitioning to a Service-Oriented Enterprise (SOE)
  • SOA Value Measurement
Architecture Governance
  • Architecture Governance
  • Independent Verification and Validation of Enterprise Architecture Programs
Architecture - Point Solutions
  • Application Portfolio Analysis and Rationalization
  • Legacy Modernization
  • Technology Evaluation and Selection
  • Enterprise Integration Architecture Review and Definition
Case Studies

Case Study: Higher Education Case Study

Customer Situation
The customer wanted to migrate their existing Unisys A-series legacy system to an open platform client-server architecture using Windows and Oracle database. They wanted to have Oracle as their standard database for the entire system.



TCS Solution

TCS used the J2EE model as the architectural base for the applications to be migrated. The complete application was migrated to Windows, MF-COBOL/Java with Oracle as the database. The current screens were re-designed and developed as browser-based forms using HTML and JSP. The A-series COBOL programs were converted to MF-COBOL and DMSII database was converted to Oracle database. The online COBOL programs were wrapped in Java using NetExpress v3.1 and deployed as EJB’s on an Oracle Application Server.

Case Study: Government Insurance Payor

Customer Situation



The client wanted to be in a position to plan for significant business functionality extensions and the complexity of applications prevented effective change on an ongoing basis. There was a growing need to support very large volumes of data in addition to the normal workload.

TCS Solution



  • The project involved a strategic study of the Information Systems in accordance with the latest systems and specifications for Social Insurance functions, Financial Accounting functions and Management functions

  • TCS developed an extensible and re-usable framework, which can be used across any J2EE project using MVC architecture and providing a solution of MIS reporting using Data Warehousing.

The architecture design involved the following key elements –

  • Component Based Development (CBD) methodology on an n-tier architecture framework of User Interface layer, Application layer and Database layer in a Web-based environment.

  • Built to handle a peak load of more than 500+ concurrent users (30,000 Establishment Users, 400 Hospital Users, 30 Government Agency Users, and 7,000,000 Contributors/VIC Users).

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