IT firm, HCL Technologies said that, “it has been recognised by Information Services Group (ISG) (Nasdaq: Ill), in the ISG Provider Lens Digital Business Transformation Global Report for 2019,” in a filing to Bombay Stock Exchange.
The company has been rated for high performance in six categories that will help enterprises succeed in their quest for digital transformation.
The firm commended HCL for its strong, deep in-house knowledge and capabilities in all areas of digital transformation, its access to a wide range of technologies, and its impressive ecosystem of partners, co invested partners, and acquired companies.
Information Services Group named HCL as a leader in Enabling the Customer Journey, Digital Transformational Platforms (PaaS), Digital Product Creation and Customisation, Digital Transformation Services (aaS), Digital Continuous Delivery, and Digital Enterprise Operations. In addition, the report mentions HCL’s DRYiCE AlOps and ElasticOps cloud Managed Services as providing the company with many ways to apply automation and gain operational flexibility.
Anand Birje, Corporate VP and Global Head, Digital and Analytics at HCL Technologies said, “Having successfully partnered on many complex digital transformation initiatives with customers across geographies and industries, we have developed strong viewpoints and tools to Scale Digital execution.”
“The approach starts with re-thinking business processes and user interaction and then enabling these new business processes with modern composable platforms and data technologies available today, creating agility for changes that may come,” Anand said.
“Our deep expertise in Human centred Design (XD), Integration Architecture (API5/Microservices), Al, Automation, Data technologies with the ability to deliver in agile delivery model is why customers are choosing us as a partner in their scale digital journeys,” he said.
Kenn Walters, Global Lead Analyst, ISG Research said, “HCL delivers innovative and scalable solutions, together with clear process and organisational re-evaluation and transformation across all seven segments of digital business transformation we analysed.”
“This is a consistent and significant result, and HCL should be justifiably proud,” Kenn said.
The shares of HCL Technologies were trading at Rs. 1100.50 apiece, low at 6.95 points or 0.63 per cent at 14:14 hours on the BSE.