The global High-Tech industry has a broad reach, so it can be defined in a number of ways. HCL's definition of the industry comprises Consumer Electronics, Computer & Peripherals, Print/Imaging, Telecom Equipment, Medical Equipment, Semiconductors and Software. All of these industries are shaped and defined by the advances in technology that are themselves defining the emerging business and economic landscape.
Accelerated innovation cycles, margin pressure and complex supply chains driven by global competition characterize the Hitech enterprise of today. While these trends are neither essentially new nor unique, the combination of these challenges and the opportunities they potentially offer means that organizations need to be very attentive to market dynamics The differentiator for high-tech companies, however, lies in understanding changing needs and responding through an integrated dynamic approach.
HCL has a number of tailored solutions for the High-Tech industry, based on the expertise of both our domain teams and the wider organization. We have developed these innovative solutions, quite often in close collaboration with our High-Tech clients, to ensure that results are delivered both quickly and cost effectively. HCL groups its services around five key levers for short, medium- and long-term change.
- Cost reduction
- Operational Transformation
- Customer Centricity
- Top-line growth
- Consumer Electronics
- Independent Software Vendors
- Medical Devices
- Storage & Servers
- Plant Automation Services
- Enterprise Application Services
- Enterprise Transformation Services
- Infrastructure Services
- Business Services (BPO)
- Production Planning and Optimization Services
- Product Lifecycle Management
- Enterprise Analytics Dashboard
- Supply Chain Management
- Customer Relationship Management
- Enterprise Asset Management
- Enterprise Content Management