TCS Total Expenses by Year: FY 2011 – 2020

The below graph represents the global expenditure of TCS Limited by year, starting from fiscal 2011 to the recently completed year. The company's total expenses reached an all-time high of Rs 1,183.69 billion during the 12-months ended March 31, 2020, representing 75.4% of the total revenue.

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The above graph represents the TCS total expenses by year, starting from fiscal 2011 to the recently completed year. With a 8.58% YoY increase, the total costs and expenses of TCS reached an all-time high of Rs 1,183.69 billion during the 12-months ended March 31, 2020. The company’s total expenses accounted for 75.4% of its total annual revenue in FY 2020.

Surge in TCS Global Expenses: History

RegionWorldwide
SourceTCS annual reports
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NoteTCS fiscal year starts from April 1st

Out of the total expenditure, about Rs 260.47 billion was spent on selling, general and administrative activities during FY 2020.

In FY 2014, the annual expenses of TCS surpassed Rs 500 billion mark for the first time. The company reported over 26% YoY increase in its annual expenses, amounting to Rs 580.01 billion. This was 70.9% of the company’s total revenue generated during the year.

In FY 2019, the Tata Consultancy Services spent over Rs 1 trillion (Rs 100,000 crore) on employees, communication travel, R&D, equipment and software licences, and other operating activities. TCS global expenses increased a strong 17.7% YoY in FY 2019, to Rs 1,090.13 billion (Rs 109,013 crore).


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