TCS is really acting globally, meaning expertises that are spread around the world but easily accessible from France.
The company culture is very strong. You can sense the striking power behind, besides you.
The pride of working for the company as an indian flagship is highly noticeable amongst indian collaborators (very less turnover).
High level of ethics in general.
Case studies are available for almost every kind of subjects in most of industries.
The company has some kind of R&D activities, especially though innovation centers in India, which goals is to showcase the lasted technological breathrough to clients.
Offices in Indian are much like never-sleeping campus where employees can start with yoga lessons at dawn and finish with foreign language training at dusk.
The strategic focus was on large accounts only. Practically, this conduct to a "Tout ou rien" approach that makes it more difficult to win a first deal in places where competitors are already well established.
Mapping with CxO of french companies is not good enough.
Top experts can easily be involved on site during pre-sales. But it's far more difficult to get expert resources involved during project lifetime, even for short assignments.
The corporate knowledge base is huge and rich. However, accesses to the knowledge portal are scarcely ever granted and the request process is discouraging . Access should be given with no restriction to every employee.