Technological progress presents an opportunity to create dynamic, meaningful and interesting relationships between people and technology through the utilization of visionary and transformative solutions. Our objective is to engineer new technology-based solutions, drive change on a daily basis and thus facilitate enhanced efficiency, productivity and experiences.Read More
The world of healthcare is witnessing an unprecedented reorientation in information and technology based service delivery. The proliferation of data-rich environments and network centric services has created newer opportunities. These equip healthcare businesses with greater access, interactivity and efficiency while reducing the ecosystem complexity thereby making possible a more personal user experience.Read More
The increasing acceleration of technology and high information density needs an equivalent talent elevation to keep up with the change. HCL utilizes transformational tools, modules, networks and solutions to empower the width of the talent base. Signature learning suites, residential programs and role-ready skill development are designed to transform prospects into highly capable professionals with all the right skill-sets and certifications.Read More
In 1976, eight entrepreneurs left their secure corporate jobs because they believed a microprocessor had the potential to change the world. In the same decade, along with Apple, they shipped in-house designed 8-bit microcomputers.
A decade that saw them grow relentlessly. In the early years, BIT SLICE, a 16 bit processor based microcomputer was launched. Then, the young guns indigenously developed RDBMS networking OS and client server architecture. With these in hand, HCL convinced thousands of SMEs to embrace computerization, which resulted in unprecedented sales. In 1988, 3 years ahead of Sun and HP, HCL developed a fine-grained multiprocessor UNIX.
Known as the years of consolidation, HCL Comnet (currently the Infrastructure Services Division) was launched and it went on to pioneer Remote Infrastructure Management. The first order came from Asia's largest stock exchange - National Stock Exchange in 1993. The 90s also saw the materialization of collaborations that drove the tremendous growth of HCL. Joint ventures were entered into with HP (1991-1996), Nokia (1996 - 2013), as well as Perot Systems (1996 - 2003). HCL Infosystems (1997) and HCL Technologies (1998) were formed.
In this decade, HCL touched new frontiers and entered into JVs that further strengthened its position as a global IT leader. The company went on to set up the first ever Indian BPO Global Delivery Centre in Northern Ireland (British Telecom, 2001 - 2005), entered into a JV with Deutsch Bank and also created the Flight Management Systems for Boeing 747s (2005). In 2008, AXON was acquired and in North America and Europe, HCL went on to become the 'Leader' in Data Centre and Workplace IT services as adjudged by Gartner and Forrester.
The HCL group diversified into two new sectors with HCL Healthcare (2014) and HCL TalentCare (2015). HCL Healthcare aspires to be the nation's leading healthcare company by providing innovation driven medical services, products and training to meet the growing demand for quality healthcare. HCL TalentCare is an integrated talent solutions provider. The company aims to address a broad spectrum of opportunities ranging from the employability needs of the young university graduates to role specific skills and specialization demands across various sectors.
HCL Foundation (HCLF), established in 2011 as a not-for-profit organization, seeks to engage with various stakeholders to bring about developmental changes in a holistic manner.Read More
HCL Plant for Life, in association with Hindustan Times and supported by Noida Authority, is an initiative aimed to conserve and develop natural resources leading to a healthy environmentRead More