Incat Surpasses 4,000 Employees Worldwide

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INCAT Surpasses 4,000 Employees Worldwide

PUNE, DETROIT and LONDON, Feb. 24/PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

              Retraining of employees adds to work force stability

    INCAT, a Tata Technologies company and a global leader in Engineering

Services Outsourcing (ESO) and Product Development IT services, today

announced that the Company's worldwide work force has surpassed 4,000


    INCAT employees work throughout India and the Asia-Pacific region,

Europe, and North America, providing engineering, design and enterprise

solutions in SAP and Sibel CRM systems, as well as other consultancy services

to the world's most ambitious automotive and aerospace manufacturers and

their suppliers.

    "Our organization has realized unprecedented growth within the past two

years," said Milind Kaulgud, Head of HR -- INCAT Asia-Pacific, who

coordinates HR operations and initiatives worldwide. "To match the growth of

our client portfolio, we have expanded our professional services delivery

network by adding more than 1,100 employees in North America, Europe, and

India during that period."

    The Asia-Pacific region has seen the highest growth in employment for the

Company, according to Kaulgud, but the INCAT ESO value proposition requires

robust staffing in all regions.

    In North America, where the automotive industry is seeing its greatest

stress and downsizing, INCAT is focusing on retraining automotive engineering

professionals to put their knowledge and experience to work in other

industries, including aerospace. INCAT delivers its training with i get

it(R), its proprietary, Web-based tool for knowledge management.

    In Michigan, the location of the Company's North American headquarters,

INCAT is a licensed training provider through the MichWorks "No Worker Left

Behind" program, an initiative of the State of Michigan, and is currently

offering a cross-training program for displaced automotive designers seeking

to apply their skills to aerospace design.

    INCAT also participates in the MichWorks "Incumbent Worker Program," for

companies seeking to retrain their current work force in new engineering and

design software applications, to avoid downsizing, secure new projects and

increase productivity.

    "INCAT has established a leadership position worldwide for engineering

professionals who seek opportunities for both personal growth and career

development," Kaulgud added. "We have become an aspirational organization,

attracting and retaining the industry's very best professionals by creating

an environment that offers challenge, values individual skills, puts the

latest technologies into the hands of our engineers, and fosters performance


    About INCAT

    INCAT, founded in 1989, is a Tata Technologies company. The company is a

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global leader in Engineering Services Outsourcing (ESO) and Product

Development IT Services to the global manufacturing industry. INCAT, through

its pragmatic approach to engineering and manufacturing processes and its

unique-in-the-industry Global Delivery Model, delivers best-in-class

solutions for Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Enterprise Resource

Management (ERM) and Application Development and Maintenance (ADM) to the

world's leading automotive and aerospace manufacturers and their suppliers.

    INCAT is headquartered in the United States (Novi, Michigan), India

(Pune) and the UK (Luton). Tata Technologies is headquartered in Singapore.

INCAT has a combined global work force of more than 4,000 employees serving

clients worldwide from facilities in North America, Europe and the

SOURCE: INCAT; Tata Technologies

    CONTACT: Daniel Saad, Director of Communications of INCAT,



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