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HCL TECHNOLOGIES

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HCL TECHNOLOGIES

  1. 1. HCL TECHNOLOGIES -Raj Raisinghani
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  HCL (Hindustan Computers Limited) Technologies Limited is an Indian global IT services company headquartered in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.  It offers services including software consulting, enterprise transformation, remote infrastructure management, engineering and R&D services, and business process outsourcing (BPO).  HCL has offices in 31 countries to provide services across industry verticals, including aerospace & defense, energy & utilities, independent software vendors, manufacturing, professional services, servers & storage, automotive, financial services, industrial manufacturing, media & entertainment, retail & consumer, telecom, consumer electronics, government, life sciences & healthcare, medical devices, semiconductors, and travel, transportation & logistics.
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION  HCL Technologies is on the Forbes Global 2000 list and is one of Asia’s Fab 100 Companies.  On 15 February 2015, its market capitalization was INR 140,104 crores ($22.48 billion), making it to India's Top 20 largest publicly traded companies.  HCL Technologies, along with its subsidiaries, had consolidated revenues of US$ 5.7 bn as on 31 December 2014
  4. 4. HCL CORPORATION & COMPANIES  HCL Corporation is a global enterprise with annual revenues of over $6.7 billion.  HCL Technologies is the first of three companies under HCL Enterprise.  The second company is HCL Info systems and in February, 2014 HCL forayed into healthcare with the launch of HCL Healthcare.  HCL Enterprise developed India’s first indigenous micro- computer.  The company has been a leader in technological innovation with many world firsts to its credit, including the first Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) in 1983, client- server architecture in 1984, and fine-grained multiprocessor UNIX installation in 1989.  HCL Enterprise's R&D division was spun off as HCL Technologies in 1991 to mark its advent into the software services arena
  5. 5. PARTNERSHIPS  HCL's ecosystem consists of close to 100 companies in various technology areas with which they have formed go-to-market alliances, specialist partnerships for niche technologies, and teaming partnerships for specific customers.  HCL's Top Global Strategic Alliances: Microsoft, Cisco, EMC, SAP  Other Strategic Alliances: Oracle, IBM,VMware, TIBCO, HP, ServiceNow, CA Technologies, Amazon Web Services  Specialist Partnerships: Salesforce, Informatica, SAS,Splunk, BMC Software, Net App, VMware, Pega, MicroStrategy, Teradata, Avataq, Misys, eBaoTech, JDA, Guidewire, Hybris, Appian
  6. 6. SHIV NADAR FOUNDER, HCL CHAIRMAN, HCL TECHNOLOGIES AND SHIV NADAR FOUNDATION  Mr. Shiv Nadar established HCL as a startup in 1976 Acknowledged as a visionary by the IT industry and his peers; Mr. Shiv Nadar has often made daring forays based on his conviction of the future. Albeit a more recent entrant in the software services space, HCL is already among top Indian IT software majors and a force to reckon with for global technology giants.  Mr. Nadar was conferred the Padma Bhushan Award - the third highest civilian honor conferred by the President of India in January 2008, in recognition of not just his contribution to trade & industry in India but also his deep commitment to public good. In 2009, Forbes Magazine featured him in its list of 48 Heroes of Philanthropy in the Asia Pacific region.
  7. 7. SHIV NADAR FOUNDER, HCL CHAIRMAN, HCL TECHNOLOGIES AND SHIV NADAR FOUNDATION
  8. 8. GO GREEN  HCL runs a multi-layered corporate program "Go Green" to drive its sustainability initiatives.  It has green processes across facilities & in the areas of travel, IT and events.  The company commits to compliance with ISO 14001 standards.  It runs campaigns to initiate individual action towards environmental issues.  It has designed and developed a comprehensive Green Edge sustainability framework that caters to the specific needs of manufacturing industries.
  9. 9. HCL’S GREEN CREDENTIALS  HCL is the first Indian ICT manufacturer to launch RoHS compliant laptops.  HCL in alliance with TERI (headed by Dr. R. K. Pachauri, 2007 Nobel Prize winner) are active members of India Council for Sustainable Development.  HCL, as one of the strategic partners of the World Economic Forum, has been contributing to WEF's Strategy and Government Affairs meetings on the contribution of the ICT industry to managing climate change.  Winner of the Golden Peacock Eco Innovation Award 2009.  HCL Green Data center awarded the 1st LEED platinum certification in India.
  10. 10. HCL’S GREEN CREDENTIALS  Reporting GHG emissions and reducing it year-on- year.  HCL is the first company in India to launch a PVC & BFR Free laptop in January 2010.  HCL is the first Company in India to launch an Antimony & Beryllium Free laptop.  HCL was the First ICT company in India to Voluntarily Support EPR Extended Producer Responsibility.  HCL extend its take-back service to customers for disposing off their equipment through HCL Green Bag Campaign, and recycling collected E-waste in an environment-friendly manner.
  11. 11. RECOGNITIONS  HCL Technologies has appeared on Bloomberg Business Week’s "The World’s Most influential Companies“ is considered ‘disruptive’ by IDC.  Ranked in the top 10 outsourcers with the "highest accountability, transparency and trust" by Wall Street Journal.  Ranked world's no. 1 infrastructure outsourcing vendor by Brown-Wilson Group for the Black Book of Outsourcing.  Listed by WorldBlu for the fourth time in a row as one of the Most Democratic Workplaces for 2012 in the world.  Featured in case studies published by Harvard, London Business School and Darden Business School
  12. 12. THE PERFORMANCE – LAST 1 YEAR
  13. 13. THANK YOU

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