Explore our global technology capabilities through a close analysis of several real-world cases where we enabled our clients to address their digital transformation needs and challenges. See what the key influencers at leading analyst firms are saying about us—their views on our capabilities, our continued success at building resilient digital enterprises, and our preparedness for the post-COVID world. Also, access blogs by forward-looking thought leaders and uncover new ways of strategic thinking, working, and leading in the new normal.
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HCLTech is a next-generation global technology company that helps enterprises reimagine their businesses for the digital age through its worldwide network of R&D facilities and co-innovation labs, global delivery capabilities, and 211,000+ people in 52 countries.Read more
The uncertainty and disruption experienced over the last couple of years has fundamentally changed the way work gets done, and the way enterprises and employees view the workplace.Read more
The Future of Work is Hybrid As the world pivots to a hybrid work model, the ability to operate seamlessly from any location of choice will be a defining attribute of the future workplace.
This reports explains the journey to OneOffice makes employee experience part of customer experience.
HCL Technologies is active in the United Kingdom since 1997. The company has seen a significant growth in its operations in the UK. This report shares insights on HCL Technologies' operations in the UK Software and IT services market. Presence of multiple leading global SITS providers makes UK's Financial Services competitive landscape even more interesting. This report examines HCL Technologies' Financial Services operations in the UK and also explores its vendor strategy, structure, offerings and performance basis TechMarketView’s own analysis.
Beginning in July 2022, three phases of US health plan price transparency regulations will become effective, extending existing rules for hospitals that were implemented on January 1, 2021. Price transparency rules intend to make consumers aware of the cost of the covered item(s) or service(s) before receiving care, so they are empowered to shop for the healthcare that best meets their needs.
An increasingly diversified mix of users, devices, and internet-connected items connect to the network within the enterprise network edge. However, enterprises face significant challenges in managing the edge of their networks. Applications that organizations seek to access are more distributed than ever; over the past two years, users accessing those applications have become more distributed, too.
Over the years, the engineering prowess and innovation of HCL’s DRYiCE team have always been astounding, said by HFS Research Leader, Tom Reuner. Over the last 12 months, DRYiCE recorded year-on-year growth of 20% while achieving a gross margin of 57%.Read more
In the first of many Digi-side Chats at HFS OneOffice™ Digital Symposium, Phil Fersht, CEO and Chief Analyst at HFS Research, spoke with Anand Birje, Sr. Corporate Vice-President and Head of the Digital Business at HCL Technologies, about leading with empathy and curiosity, disrupting your own business, cloud strategy, and the changing nature of the CIO role as business and IT collaborate.Read more
This exclusive report from 451 Research, written by their Research Vice President & General Manager Melanie Posey, provides deep insights into HCL business unit that has extended its long-standing strategic partnerships by creating a dedicated business unit that is focused on leveraging Red Hat and IBM technologies as platforms for enterprise digital transformation, mission-critical application modernization and the journey to hybrid cloud.
This exclusive report from 451 Research, written by their Co-Founder and Research Director William Fellows, provides deep insights into HCL Microsoft Business Unit’s capabilities and offerings. It highlights how the business unit helps address the requirements of a client’s digital transformation journey.
Covid-19 is accelerating the adoption of automation technologies in a range of end user industries. EY recent research with business leaders consistently points to businesses looking to ramp-up investment in automation as they prepare for a post-crisis world. It’s becoming increasingly likely that one of the biggest beneficiaries from changes to the workplace post-covid will be automation technologies.
In the pre-pandemic world, the urge for digital transformation had made several businesses cloud dependent. But the pandemic has now made cloud transition a necessity to become resilient and drive business value with cloud. Naturally, this has forced companies to rethink their cloud strategies and realize ways through which they can focus both on the technological as well as process engineering aspect of cloud journey, while navigating the cloud-transition challenges posed by the new-age global crisis. As organizations embark on the cloud journey to drive business value through customer centricity, capacity flexibility, data-driven insights, improved service levels and so on, it is also critical for organizations to focus on agility and innovation empowered by extreme automation. This can help them facilitate quick transformations based on immediate requirements and enable emerging technologies such as AI/ML, Edge Computing, Blockchain among others.
Most enterprises already have many components of a digital mobile workspace, even if they see themselves in the early stages of transformation. A mobile workspace enables employees with an ecosystem of different technologies, services, and practices that support flexible and remote approaches to work in a secure manner.
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