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December 23, 2014Issue 45
Tata Sons and Jaguar Land Rover North America Show Their Commitment to Literacy with Gift of 10,000 Books to School Children in North New Jersey and New York

The Tata group of companies, represented by Tata Sons and the British luxury automaker Jaguar Land Rover, NA, announced a holiday gift of 10,000 new books to New Jersey school children ages 8-10. Along with the nonprofit social enterprise First Book, Jaguar Land Rover and Tata Sons presented books to over 130 third and fourth grade students at Jackson Avenue School in Hackensack, NJ, where they hosted a reading celebration on Wednesday, December 17th. Read more.

Other News
Harley-Davidson India and Taj Group come together to offer HOG members a premium experience. Read more.

TCS recognized as Leader in Supply Chain Management (SCM) BPO by Everest Group. Read more.

Jaguar Land Rover CEO named Automotive News 2014 All-Star. Read more.

Tata Communications announces first place winner from USA in the Formula 1 Connectivity Innovation Prize. Read more.

Land Rover debuts the all new Discovery Sport and 2015 model year line up at the Los Angeles International Auto Show. Read more.

Tata Consultancy Services ranked as leading global service provider of engineering services by ARC Advisory Group. Read more.

Jaguar F-Type Coupe Named 2015 Sports Car of the Year by Autoguide.com. Read more.

TCS receives Top Workforce Award at the 2014 Diversity and Inclusion Awards ceremony. Read more.
New Film Shows Range Rover Sport SVR Tested To The Limit
Land Rover has released footage of the Range Rover Sport SVR being tested in extreme conditions. In the dramatic film, Mike Cross, Chief Engineer of Vehicle Integrity at Jaguar Land Rover, demonstrates the adjustability, poise and outstanding body control of the fastest and most powerful Land Rover ever produced. Read more.
Tata Chemicals North America Supports 2014 United Way Drive

This year marks over 15 years of a partnership between Tata Chemicals (Soda Ash) Partners, the United Steelworkers Local 15320, and the United Way of Southwest Wyoming. This year employees of Tata Chemicals pledged over $104,000 to benefit their community. Midway through the campaign, Martin Keighley, Managing Director at Tata Chemicals North America,  announced that the company would match the employee donations dollar-for-dollar up to the final pledge amount. As a result, the company will be sending over $208,000 in United Way pledges to their communities. Many thanks to the employee volunteers who donated many hours of their time to ensure the success of this year's United Way Drive. 

Tata Consultancy Services Launches Big Data Product TCS Active Archive Powered by EMC Technology
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) announced the launch of its big data product "TCS Active Archive™," powered by technology from EMC, one of the most influential leaders in cloud computing, virtualization, big data, and IT security and protection. Specifically designed for big data environments, the solution offers a high level of performance, scalability, security, and cost controls for archiving, retrieving, retaining, and managing the growing volume and variety of enterprise data. Read more.
Tata Interactive Systems Organizes "Conversations with Elliott Masie"

Tata Interactive Systems (TIS) recently hosted an interactive session 'Conversations with Elliott Masie,' in association with its partner, Juniserv ME. Learning personalization, mobile learning, collaborative learning and wearables and digital technologies were some of the topics that Elliott Masie discussed. Masie, chair of the Learning CONSORTIUM, is recognized as a futurist, analyst, researcher and organizer on the critical topics of workforce learning. He heads The MASIE Center, a Saratoga Springs, NY think tank focused on how organizations can support learning and knowledge within the workforce. Snehnath Neendoor, Vice President -- Middle East, TIS, stated, "Over the last 25 years, we have been at the forefront of bringing the latest innovations in learning to our clients, and this event is a commitment of that to our clients and partners in the region". The event focused on innovations that will provide more scalable, personalized and learner-driven content solutions for the workplace. Reflecting on the challenges facing professionals today as well as the future of learning, Masie discussed why it is imperative for organizations to embrace a wide variety of new learning technologies, approaches and methods. Read more.


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