New Delhi, Aug 31: Ater Satyam BPO and Infosys, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has set its eye on the Indian domestic market. TCS is reportedly aiming at doubling its revenues from the Indian market to 1 billion dollars in the next 3 to 4 years.
"India has been one of the important markets. We are looking at whether in next 3-4 years we can double our revenue to billion dollars in the Indian market," TCS CEO S Ramadorai said.
"Every mission mode project (government) that would come on the radar, we will certainly bid for them. TCS is in talks for 3 to 4 such mission mode projects as of now," he added.
Pointing out that in the domestic market there are three pillars namely large enterprises, governments (centre and state) and the small and medium businesses which form the parts in overall growth, Mr Ramadorai added that TCS was expecting the large enterprises to contribute followed by the government and the SMB sector.
TCS currently gets 10 pc of its revenue from the domestic market.