Tata Technologies, BMW Group To Establish Auto Software, IT Hub

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The joint venture will utilize Tata Technologies’ digital engineering skills and Indian talent to support BMW Group’s global IT hubs’ software coding expansion and round-the-clock operations. It will concentrate on strategic software development, particularly for software-defined vehicles (SDVs).

The BMW Group and Tata Technologies, a global product engineering and digital services company, have signed an agreement to create a Joint Venture (JV) for an automotive software and IT development hub in Pune, Bengaluru, and Chennai.

The JV’s execution is pending approval from relevant authorities. Bengaluru and Pune will host the main development and operations, while Chennai will focus on business IT solutions. Under the motto ‘engineer in India for the world’, the JV aims to enhance BMW Group’s software coding capabilities globally and operate 24/7. It will concentrate on strategic software development, including software-defined vehicles (SDVs).

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The JV will address automated driving, infotainment, and digital services in automotive software, as well as digitalization and automation of product development, production, and sales in business IT. Initially, 100 trained Tata Technologies professionals will contribute to software projects, with the JV expected to grow significantly in the following years.

Warren Harris, CEO of Tata Technologies, expressed enthusiasm for the collaboration, emphasizing its alignment with their vision of engineering a better world and supporting BMW Group’s digital transformation. Nachiket Paranjpe, President of Automotive Sales at Tata Technologies, highlighted the significance of software-defined vehicles in the evolving automotive landscape and their commitment to delivering exceptional consumer experiences.

Christoph Grote, Senior Vice President of Software and E/E Architecture, highlighted India’s software talent and the opportunity for Indian engineers to work with advanced processes and tools in developing vehicle software for BMW Group. Alexander Buresch, CIO of BMW Group, praised the successful model of international DevOps hubs and expressed excitement about expanding their footprint in India with Tata Technologies as a technology partner.

This partnership between Tata Technologies and BMW Group signifies a shared commitment to innovation and excellence in automotive engineering and digital solutions.

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