HCL Technologies receives Gold Boeing Performance Excellence Award | HCL Technologies

HCL Technologies receives Gold Boeing Performance Excellence Award

HCL Technologies receives Gold Boeing Performance Excellence Award

PUBLISHED DATE: Feb 12, 2009

NOIDA, INDIA, 12 FEBRUARY, 2009 - HCL Technologies today announced that it has received The Boeing Performance Excellence Award for 2008. The Boeing Company issues the award annually to recognize suppliers who have achieved superior performance. HCL Technologies maintained a Gold performance composite rating for each month of the 12-month performance period, from October 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008. This year, Boeing recognized 411 suppliers who achieved either a Gold or Silver level Boeing Performance Excellence Award. HCL Technologies is one of only 86 suppliers to receive the Gold level of recognition.

"In this rapidly changing global environment, peak performance and delivery are critical factors for staying competitive. At HCL, we are very passionate about providing our clients with best-in-class performance and execution for their mission critical systems," says Rajeev Sawhney, president, HCL Europe, global head aerospace, energy, & government. "Receiving such a prestigious award is such an honor and reinforces the value that our transformational work has achieved across many Boeing platforms. We have enjoyed a long and productive partnership with Boeing and are extremely proud of the complex and mission critical services we have been able to deliver."

Since 2004, HCL has partnered with Boeing on the 787 airplane program, co-invested in joint Research & Development for ANRC, and is also Boeing’s Defense offset partner in India for the P8i and MMRCA programs in addition to being a strategic tactical IT supplier. HCL is engaged with Boeing on business critical engineering applications for test, evaluation and certification of aircraft and IT solutions for supply chain management. With Boeing’s 787 program, HCL has been working on mission critical onboard systems and ground support systems with various tier 1 partners. With over 3.5 million hours of engineering effort, approximately 40% of 787onboard software will have HCL imprint.

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