HCL Technologies Positioned as a Leader & Star Performer in Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix Assessment 2020 for Digital Workplace Services
Noida, India, October 05, 2020 – HCL Technologies (HCL), a leading global technology company, continues to be recognized as a global Leader and Star Performer in the Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix Assessment for Digital Workplace Services, earning the designation for the third year in a row. HCL Technologies has the highest position in the Leaders’ quadrant, strengthening its dominance and leadership in terms of market impact, visibility and capability.
Everest Group’s assessment evaluated 23 digital workplace service providers globally based on their market maturity, capabilities and technology adoption/investment to deliver a future-proof workplace environment to their clients.
HCL launched “Fluid Workplace,” which features end-to-end employee-centric solutions that enables businesses to retain productivity, ensure security and deliver employee experience during and beyond the COVID-19 crisis. HCL’s business-driven assessment consultancy and persona-aligned productivity stack helped enterprises to meet the requirements of a distributed workforce by creating a resilient workplace.
HCL’s offers Fluid Workplace through its SMART Workplace Model, which encompasses cutting-edge employee-centric technologies such as cognitive bots, enterprise mobility, user-centric communications and collaboration, enterprise gamification, workplace analytics, and enterprise social collaboration. This enables employees to work securely and productively from anywhere, anytime and from any device.
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