Of more than 3,000 technology companies in the Bloomberg database, there are only seven with revenue of more than $2.5 billion, a market capitalization of more than $5.7 billion, and a compounded annual growth rate greater than 25 per cent during the past five years.
HCL Technologies is one of those seven companies.
What has been the source of HCL’s success during this period of economic turmoil? A combination of technical expertise and an innovative management philosophy that unleashed the innovative thinking of empowered employees.
As a $5.4 billion global company, HCL Technologies brings IT and engineering services expertise under one roof to solve complex business problems for its clients. Leveraging our extensive global offshore infrastructure and network of offices in 31 countries, we provide holistic, multi-service delivery in such industries as financial services, manufacturing, consumer services, public services and healthcare.
A micro-vertical strategy, built on strong domain expertise, ensures that no matter how complex a company’s business problem is, we can offer a solution that is sustainable and innovation-driven.
That innovation is fueled by Employees First, a unique management approach that unshackles the creative energies of our 100,000 plus employees, and puts this collective force to work in the service of customers’ business problems.
By engaging HCL employees in a way that allows them to deliver business value – whether it involves enterprise application services, IT infrastructure management, custom application services, engineering and R&D services, business services or enterprise transformation services - we turn technology into a distinct competitive advantage for our customers.
We call it the Employees First effect!
The success of our and our customers’ businesses, however, is part of a bigger picture. Sustainability has been and will remain a cornerstone of our global operations. We believe business growth can only be sustained when pursuits of profit are balanced with social and environmental imperatives. For example, HCL’s impact on the communities where it operates, in the form of local job creation, is central to our definition of success.