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UAE remains area of growth for India’s HCL

UAE remains area of growth for India’s HCL

ABU DHABI: HCL Infosystems, one of India’s premier IT services, distribution and digital solutions company, enabling organisations attain and sustain competitive advantage by leveraging information and communication technologies is now looking at the UAE as area of growth for its business, said Premkumar Seshadri, executive vice-chairman and managing director, HCL Infosystems who was recently on his visit to Dubai.

“We are looking at this region as area of growth and are bullish especially in our services business which has tripled in last three years in services side growth. Hence we believe that such a headroom continues to be available so further investments in terms of competency, expansion and so on make it important for customers to be part of governance.”

The company offers a comprehensive portfolio of capabilities spanning IT and System Integration services, digitally-enabled learning and career development solutions to value-added distribution of technology, mobility and consumer products and is currently working with many of the smart initiatives in Dubai.

“We are concentrating on range of IT infrastructure services and associated applications to that in the this region. Newer areas like security operations centre, data centre build and migration in context of managed services in terms of service level based services for IT management, digitalisation which is the whole context of cloud, mobile and social media related work and Internet of Things, or IoT.”

Asked how the small and medium enterprises in the UAE are comfortable to move its data to cloud, Seshadri, said: “Moving to cloud is not a philosophical but an economic decision as cost optimisation becomes vital in current situation.”

The company recently released its financial results for the second quarter ended December 31, 2015.The enterprise business consisting of enterprise products distribution, domestic enterprise services, global enterprise services and care services poised for growth.

The enterprise products distribution recorded a strong performance with six per cent quarter-to-quarter and 74 per cent year-on-year growth in revenues. The business added leading international technology and consumer electronics brands to its portfolio. With focus on value added distribution, after-sales service and centres of excellence, the business is poised for a robust growth.