Pros: This is the ideal starting point for those who have just finished their tertiary degree in IT. Being a developing company, senior staff members value the input of junior members of staff to the degree that their ideas will be implemented if proven to be rewarding and profitable. Tata also provides free transport and lunch which is great.
Cons: Sometimes, qualified IT engineers are expected to do work outside of their expertise. This is because the company mainly focuses on profit and management is not really concerned with who does what, as long as it gets done. This creates an atmosphere of de-motivation which in turn can lead to a high staff turnover. Human Resources also does not seem to know how to recruit the correct people right off the bat. Newbies always seem to move around until they eventually find their niche within the company.
Unusual thing: In spite of a high staff turnover, job security is quite good from the company’s perspective.
Tata Technologies, founded in 1989, enables ambitious manufacturing companies to design and build better products through engineering services outsourcing and the application of information technology to product development and manufacturing enterprise processes. With over 6,500 engineers, representing 17 nationalities we focus on the manufacturing industry – covering every aspect of the value chain from concept to recycling. We support these clients through comprehensive engineering services and IT processes and tools to manage product development and the complete manufacturing ecosystem. Tata Technologies serves clients in 25 countries, with a delivery model specifically designed for engineering and IT engagements that offers a unique blend of deep, local expertise integrated with our nine global delivery centers, Detroit (USA), Coventry (UK), Pune & Bangalore(India), Stuttgart (Germany), Bangkok (Thailand) and Brasov, Craiova & Lasi (Romania). The international headquarters is located in Singapore. For more information, visit www.tatatechnologies.com