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HCL Techs brings up devoted unit of Google Cloud to ensure 5000 tough team

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Bengaluru, India – November 29, 2019: HCL Technologies has created a devoted business unit for Google Cloud over 1,300 professionals, which will be focusing on helping clients to transfer their requests to Google’s cloud network. The entire team is likely to extend more than 5,000 people in the coming few months.

HCL Technologies has launched a distinct Google Cloud Business Unit to hurry enterprise cloud adoption all over the world as more businesses build on cloud capacity provided by the technology major.

The dedicated and passionate group in HCL will be supported by the engineering’s, solution teams and

business teams from Google Cloud. “The cloud is at the heart of innovation and digital transformation for enterprises, and unlocks new opportunities for them to tackle their most important challenges,” said Thomas Kurian, CEO at Google Cloud. “Through our partnership with HCL, we can help organizations deploy Google Cloud broadly and at scale, and move their most critical, data-intensive workloads to GCP.”

HCL will provide three Google Cloud labs, one in Dallas, London and Noida. Both HCL and Google will market the solutions together for their clients. "HCL and Google have a deep and long-standing relationship, and this new business unit is a strategic step forward in our partnership. I am confident that the Google Cloud Business Unit will accelerate execution of digital transformation of global organizations as well as incubate new IP and solutions that will redefine the market,” said C Vijayakumar, President and CEO, HCL Technologies.

HCL Technologies Limited is a growing global IT services company which helps the global businesses re-imagine and give a transformation to their businesses through Digital technology transformation. The company has a key engagement in producing a range of software services, business process outsourcing and organisational services. The company powers an wide offshore infrastructure and its global network of offices in various countries and professionals to deliver solutions across select verticals including Financial Services, Manufacturing, Telecommunications, Media, Publishing, Entertainment, Retail & CPG, Life Sciences & Healthcare, Oil & Gas, Energy & Utilities, Travel, Transportation & Logistics and Government. The company started to create wholly owned subsidiaries to cater specific geographic regions from the year 1999. They had the widest service portfolio among Indian IT service providers, with each of its services having attained critical mass.

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