News: TCS automates part of 'Initial Learning Program'

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TCS automates part of 'Initial Learning Program'

Tata Consultancy Services has automated part of its 'Initial Learning Program' and is using digital learning tools to identify high-performers at the learning stage, a move that is helping it reduce cost and training time substantially. While training time is down by a fifth, the digital tools are saving the company $16 million annually, the company told the Tata Sons Innovista awards committee. The company has the potential to save five to eight times that figure annually, it added. 

Tata Consultancy Services has automated part of its 'Initial Learning Program' and is using digital learning tools to identify high-performers at the learning stage, a move that is helping it reduce cost and training time substantially. While training time is down by a fifth, the digital tools are saving the company $16 million annually, the company told the Tata Sons Innovista awards committee. The company has the potential to save five to eight times that figure annually, it added. 

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