Today, businesses across industries stand at an inflection point due to far–reaching disruptions, fuelled by Automation, Cloud, Artificial Intelligence, IoT and Digitalization. As 21st Century Enterprises grapple with industry disruptions, evolving dynamics and a rapidly changing business environment, they are adopting new age technologies to drive business growth, develop innovative products and offerings and solve their business problems. Organizations are striving hard not just to be at par, but to rise above their competitors and are looking for the means to that end.
HCL Technologies, with its unique strategy and balanced portfolio, is at the forefront of rapidly evolving industry dynamics, with its best–in–class offerings across core services, next–generation services and products and platforms. At HCL, we leverage the Mode 1-2-3 strategy to help our customers thrive in the digital age, creating unmatched value, growth and innovation through collaborative ecosystems consisting of employees, clients and partners.
HCL Technologies began as the R&D Division of HCL Enterprise, a company which was a contributor to the development and growth of the IT and computer industry in India. HCL Enterprise developed an indigenous microcomputer in 1978, and a networking OS and client-server architecture in 1983. On 12 November 1991, HCL Technologies was spun off as a separate unit to provide software services. Between 1991 and 1999, the company expanded its software development capacities to the US, European and APAC markets. Today, HCL Technologies is on the Forbes Global 2000 list. It is among the top 20 largest publicly traded companies in India with a market capitalisation of $18.7 billion as of May 2017. As of July 2017, the company, along with its subsidiaries, had a consolidated revenue of $7.2 billion.
HCL Technologies has had a very strong presence in India from the time of its inception, contributing to the cause of nation-building through advanced technology solutions. For one of the largest Fortune 500 Asia-based oil and gas exploration and production companies with a highly complex data network and IT infrastructure, HCL provided complete network, communication and IT infrastructure management solutions with a very high level of data security. HCL also helps India’s largest stock exchange manage 10 million transactions per day with sub-second latency. Read on for more examples of how HCL partners with our clients in India.
HCL empowers SPAR Hypermarket, a global retail major, with a scalable e-commerce platform on SAP Hybris. HCL helped the company intersect its offline and online ecosystems via industry leading e-commerce solution, SAP Hybris by undertaking end-to-end ownership across development, hosting, and support stages
One of the Largest Fortune 500 Asia -based Oil & Gas company
For one of the largest Fortune 500 Asia-based oil and gas exploration and production companies with a highly complex data network and IT infrastructure, HCL provided complete network, communication and IT infrastructure management solutions with a very high level of data security. HCL aligned the company’s IT and business processes by enabling the IT infrastructure to support business applications. HCL also managed the risk during the transformation
A Leading FMCG & personal care Product Company
A leading FMCG & Personal Care product company in India engaged HCL to carry out an assessment activity of SAP SuccessFactors Implementation. The scope covered SAP SuccessFactors modules – Employee Central, Recruitment & On boarding, Performance Management & Goal Management and Learning Management. The scope of this assessment activity involved a detailed review of the implemented solution vis-à-vis the functional requirements. As an outcome of this assessment activity, an external and third party view of the system implementation vis-à-vis best practices recommendation was provided to the client where the implementation was done by another partner
India's Largest Publishing Conglomerate
HCL helps one of India’s largest and most successful publishing conglomerates achieve IT transformation. HCL optimized its network by re-architecting its existing point-to-point networks, consolidated its servers and security infrastructure, and enabled virtualization through a flexible and scalable virtual server platform-ready farm, which allows for future scalability and flexibility. HCL consolidated over 170 servers into 22, 299 leased lines into 200, and 44 internet links into 2. HCL created a self-healing network using MPLs and P2P technology, and TCO reduced by 60%
A Leading India-based Retail Group
HCL helps a leading India-based retail group achieve business excellence. HCL launched an IT transformation initiative that involved Wi-Fi and web-based collaboration for anytime, anywhere access to people and inventory. The wireless LAN and Cisco WebEx rollout for its stores and warehouses helped increase real-time visibility of inventory across 350 stores and 10 warehouses, which reduced inventory management costs and enabled a 20% increase in inventory availability. Administrative, travel, and new employee training expenses were reduced by 10%, 10%, and 5% respectively. HCL is replicating this project across 1000 stores which would increase the customer base by ten times this year
India's Largest Stock Exchange
HCL helps India’s largest stock exchange manage 10 million transactions per day with sub-second latency. HCL helped build a highly available, simplified and swift transaction environment for its critical trading applications. Through HCL’s innovative BOOR (Build, Own, Operate and Refresh) model, the exchange is able to maintain 99.98% SLA uptime and manage 10 million transactions across 3000 locations per day with sub-second latency. This has resulted in a lower downtime with no disruption in business, lower costs for infrastructure setup and operations, faster transactions, and complete transparency through a single view of all members.
HCL helps a premier Government IT organization provide “Infrastructure-as-a-Service” to government organizations through private cloud. HCL helped create an agile, flexible, scalable, secure and efficient IT infrastructure on a ‘first of its kind’ private cloud environment that will help government organizations run their eGovernance initiatives securely and with high productivity and efficiency. With robust disaster recovery and network security services in place, there is high availability (99.9%) of the entire IT infrastructure
One of India's Leading Public Sector Insurance Companies
HCL provided an enterprise transformation solution for one of India’s leading public sector insurance companies, enabling a single and centralized customer view across 50 million policies. To achieve this, HCL was involved in the entire IT lifecycle of all integration and operations management functions. HCL provided software support for thousands of concurrent users; more than 20 core insurance applications were integrated; Data Center hosting, virtualization and consolidation were carried out across 3 sites; WAN connectivity, network upgrades and unified communication were provided to over 1000 locations, and BPO services with onsite centralized operations management through service desks, were enabled
A Subsidiary Bank of a Leading Financial Organization in India
HCL enables a responsive and agile IT infrastructure for the subsidiary bank of a leading financial organization in India. HCL established process-driven IT operations by introducing best practices and implementing ITIL processes to streamline the bank’s data center operations. HCL’s MTaaSTM Framework provided the client’s IT team with better visibility and control over its IT infrastructure, and the single point of contact for all IT infrastructure support resulted in a 30% reduction in manpower efforts for the bank