On Friday, HCL Technologies made the announcement that it will be expanding its strategic alliance with Google Cloud. As part of this expansion, HCL will be introducing additional capabilities and service options to accelerate the migration of enterprises to Google Cloud.
The cooperation between the two firms will be expanded in order to considerably scale up HCLTech’s ability to support digital transformation and provide enterprise customers with key migration, legacy system modernizations, and professional services.
To dramatically increase its capacity to accelerate digital transformations throughout the globe using Google Cloud infrastructure, products, and solutions, HCLTech will train up to 18,000 technical and consulting professionals on Google Cloud.
As part of Google Cloud’s ongoing effort to meet the demands of enterprise clients for key migration and managed services, the company will continue to rely on the knowledge and experience of HCLTech.
In important market categories such as retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG), financial services, and healthcare and life sciences, HCLTech will take a Google Cloud-first approach to projects including data, analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI).
According to C Vijayakumar, CEO and managing director of HCLTech, the majority of businesses in today’s society are making significant investments in cloud technology in order to construct digital-first business models that are responsive, scalable, and resilient.
Through our partnership with Google Cloud, we were able to develop attractive joint offers that we can now offer to customers in this market. I cannot express how happy I am to watch this cooperation grow even further in order to provide expedited solutions for our enterprise clients so that they may greatly scale their digital transformation that is enabled by the cloud.
According to Thomas Kurian, CEO of Google Cloud, many of the top firms in the world are turning to Google Cloud in order to update their core infrastructures, fuel their digital transformations, and establish totally new digital businesses.
This announcement represents a significant commitment on the part of both Google Cloud and HCLTech to provide enterprises with the services, industry expertise, and technologies they require to accelerate their cloud agendas and to create business value from Google Cloud’s capabilities in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and analytics.
HCLTech is a leading provider of cloud computing services and solutions.
HCL Technologies (HCL) equips global corporations with the technology they will need in the next ten years, right now. IT and Business Services (ITBS), Engineering and R&D Services (ERS), and Products & Platforms are the three divisions of HCL that are responsible for the company’s product and service offerings, respectively (P&P).
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Despite the fact that the company’s revenue increased by 3.8% to 23,464 crores during Q1 FY23 compared to Q4 FY22, the consolidated net profit the company reported fell by 8.6% to 3,283 crores. The first quarter saw a rise in net income of 2.4% and an increase in revenue of 16.9% over the same period the previous year.
The share price has decreased by 0.02%, and it is now trading at Rs 964.25 on the BSE.