HCL Enterprise is a leading Global Technology and IT enterprise that comprises two companies
listed in India - HCL Technologies & HCL Infosystems. The company was founded in 1976 and is
one of India's original IT garage start-ups. It\u2019s team comprises approximately 46,000
professionals of diverse nationalities, who operate from 17 countries including 360 points of
presence in India. HCL has global partnerships with several leading Fortune 1000 firms, including
leading IT and Technology firms.
HCL Technologies was established on November 12th, 1991.
For the year ended 30th June 2007, HCL Technologies, along with its subsidiaries had revenues of
US$ 1.4 billion (Rs. 6034 crores) and employed 42,000 professionals.
The Company\u2019s total revenues grew from $55.8 million in fiscal 1996 to $ $976.0 million in fiscal
2006, representing a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 33.13%, while net income grew
from $3.2 million in fiscal 1996 to $ 144.1 million in fiscal 2006, representing a CAGR of 46.3%.
Vineet Nayar is theCEO of the $1.5 billion HCL Technologies Ltd
Ranjit Narasimhan is Executive Vice President, BPO Division
Shiv Nadar is theChairman of HCL
Ajai Chowdhry is theFo unde r of HCL and the Chairman and CEO of HCL Infosystems
It offers a comprehensive range of voice/web based contact and front office services like Order to Cash, Procure to Pay, Technical Help Desk, Knowledge Services, Supply Chain Management, Finance
Management. Consistently ranked among the top ten call centers in India, HCL BPO Services operates out of various locations in India, as well as Malaysia and Northern Ireland.
HCL offers services ranging from custom application development, deployment, and integration
to corrective maintenance, new releases management, and back-up recovery management.
HCL provides a multi-service platform that is a mix of customized application services with other
key services like packaged application services, remote infrastructure management, and
enterprise transformation services.
Dedicated CoEs (Centre of Excellence) in Enterprise Content Management, Independent Verification and Validation, e-Business, Data Warehousing, and Business Intelligence, .NET, J2EE etc.
HCL has a rich product engineering genealogy for the past 30 years. As one of India\u2019s original technology start-ups, HCL developed the first 8-bit microcomputer at the same time as Apple in 1978; released the world\u2019s first RDBMS in 1983; and released a multi-processor UNIX-3, in 1989, before Sun and HP.
HCL provides Full lifecycle product engineering services, spanning from requirements definition to prototype architecture, development, testing, and technical help desk from L0 onwards, field support, maintenance and upgrades.
HCL\u2019s Enterprise Application Services line of business is focused on providing package and platform-led services ranging from blue printing, development, deployment, global rollouts, helpdesk support, to application maintenance in areas such as ERP, CRM, SCM, and Middleware. The EAS group uses a platform-focused approach to provide technology-based business optimization.
Technology-based business optimization is the cornerstone of their enterprise applications line of business. This optimization is achieved in two ways: Stage-based offerings which are focused on application consolidation, global single instance, platform development, and service enablement, and Process-driven optimization which deals with processes like partner integration, unified customer view and single sign-on to deliver business optimization.
HCL\u2019s Enterprise Transformation Services (ETS) assist their forward-looking customers to develop a transformational roadmap and an execution plan to escort them to the business world of tomorrow. The ETS practice at HCL is articulated to render offerings in each of these five key areas, namely, Business Transformation, Technology Transformation, Application Transformation and Data Transformation as depicted below:
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