HCL already services more than 25 large organisations in the Middle East and this headquarter will become the hub for regional operations.
HCL will offer services across a wide range of service lines including product engineering and R&D, custom applications, enterprise application services, infrastructure management services and BPO.
Commenting on the occasion, Shiv Nadar, founder HCL said “India and the Middle East have historically had strong ties and HCL is happy to take that relationship one step forward by extending this partnership to the technology realm.”
Vadar added: “We are happy to bring to our partners in the Middle East, HCL’s globally acknowledged transformational technology, which I believe will add great business value to the region. The Middle East, for us is a very interesting and high growth potential market and we continue to concentrate on it with a great deal of strategic intent and focus.”
Congratulating HCL on this new development, Malek Sultan Al Malek, Executive Director, Dubai Internet City (DIC), said “HCL Technologies is a globally respected IT player with a very rich heritage. HCL’s decision to expand their business operations in Middle East will have a positive impact on the IT services industry in the region. We are confident that HCL’s expanded facilities at DIC will further enable them to leverage market opportunities through initiatives and programmes available at the technology business park. We look forward to supporting HCL to further enhance their growth in the region.”
HCL Technologies has a rich heritage of delivering IT solutions across a cross-section of industries. It forayed in the Middle East in 2007 and in a very short span of time, the company has been able to structure strategic relationships with marquee customers and partners in the region.
HCL Technologies, India?s global provider of IT services has opened its regional headquarters for the Middle East operations in Dubai.