The Mumbai-based company, commonly known as TCS, said in a statement that net profit for the three months to June 30 rose 12.9 percent to Rs. 5,709 crores ($900.46 million), from Rs. 5,058 crores for the same period last year.
Analysts surveyed by Bloomberg had expected TCS to announce profits of Rs. 5,510 crores after a sharp decline in the previous quarter due to higher wage costs.
"North America has rebounded strongly with five large deals and Europe gave two," TCS chief executive N. Chandrasekaran told reporters.
"From the point of view of deals, all the key core markets have done very strongly," he added, saying that the financial services, retail, and life sciences sectors had all been major contributors.
The company's revenues for the just-concluded quarter climbed a shade above 16 percent to Rs. 25,600.68 crores ($4.05 billion) from Rs. 22,111 crores a year ago.
The firm said it hired 5,279 new employees over the quarter to help handle increased business, taking the number of its staff across the world to 324,935.
TCS chief Chandrasekaran said the future outlook looked bright with new deals in the pipeline.
India has become a back office to the world as companies, especially in developed nations, have subcontracted work to firms such as TCS, taking advantage of the country's skilled English-speaking workforce.
The flagship industry has made India a top business destination by offering software development and information technology, engineering and design and other services.