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HCL in Norway

Norway’s citizens are among the most wired people on the planet: 94% of households enjoy Internet access, and more than 50% have mobile broadband access. This level of IT adoption and sophistication is mirrored in Norwegian companies and the country’s robust IT sector (contributing to business process improvement)— a crucial part of Norway’s highly productive economy.

As Norwegian companies have become increasingly global, they have embraced IT outsourcing. HCL has been operating in the region since 2008, serving such Norwegian companies as Statoil through an office in Oslo and a delivery center in Stavanger.

Several technical and non-technical principles at the core of HCL have contributed to the success of these engagements:

  • Digital Systems Integration (DSI™): HCL’s DSI services are an answer to a modern corporation’s dilemma in effectively transforming itself from a legacy driven traditional organization to a digitalized corporation. Our DSI services enable traditional organizations compete against “born digital” competitors through a strategy called reborn digital™, which analyzes and connects the organization’s legacy systems, assesses its readiness for the digital age, and addresses the challenges through solutions that create a complete digital enterprise.

  • ALT ASM™: HCL’s ALT ASM™, which dwells on the concept of Proactive Obsolescence, is creating a paradigm shift in applications outsourcing. While other IT Vendors are motivated to keep growing their ASM engagement, we proactively try to eradicate it. By focusing on this cut down of wastes in an ASM engagement, we work towards achieving the ‘ZERO Incident’ status for many of our customers, allowing CIOs to strategically benefit from their ASM offshoring engagement.

  • Employees First: Our unique management philosophy, based on trust and transparency, empowers frontline employees to create value for customers every day. This thinking — described in the best-selling book Employees First, Customers Second: Turning Conventional Management Upside Down (Harvard Business Press, 2010) by former CEO Vineet Nayar — has created a distinctive culture of employee-driven innovation. We call it ideapreneurship, and it is yielding excellent business outcomes for both HCL and our customers.

  • A Relationship Beyond the Contract: Technology is constantly changing, often making even the best contracts appear outdated or ill-conceived. That’s why at HCL we focus on developing relationships beyond the contract — not just by optimizing costs or enhancing efficiency but by thinking well into the future on behalf of our customers.  Our alternative propositions such as ALT ASM, Enterprise of the Future, Digital Systems Integration, Enterprise Functions as a Service, Innovation Monetization, and zCMO ensure that we deliver “relevant” business value in real-time, despite the changing times.

As part of HCL’s commitment to building long-term relationships in the region, we have been addressing both business and societal goals in Norway:

  • HCL’s Europe Customer Advisory Council: This collaborative forum consists of more than 30 CIOs who convene on a regular basis to help HCL align solutions with local market requirements and technology needs, creating more value for our customers. The Council also serves as an exceptional platform for HCL clients and their industry peers to exchange ideas and best practices. It has been recognized through several awards — including the IT Services Marketing Association (ITSMA) Diamond Award, and the Forrester Groundswell Award in the B2B category — for the trust it fosters between HCL and its customers.

  • Diverse and inclusive workforce: No matter where they are located, HCL employees fit into our clients’ work environments. Through their extensive training in cross-cultural awareness and tools such as Globesmart, HCL employees build and sustain trusting and transparent business relationships based on mutual advantage. These approaches are complemented by traditional HR support, idea exchange events, and blog-sharing and discussion forums.

  • Enabling innovation for customers: HCL’s culture of transparency brings out the best in our employees, leading them to help clients grow and do business in new ways.

  • Empowering employees for success: HCL helps local employees find passion in their daily work forge connections with those who have deep knowledge of the company, thus expanding the organization and inspiring all employees to excel.

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Contact: HCLNorway@hcl.com

HCL Office in Norway

HCL Technologies Ltd
Dronning Eufemias gt. 16
Oslo 0191
Norway
Phone: +47 99 500 107