HCL Technologies opens its Dubai Headquarters
HCL Technologies Ltd., India's fourth-largest software exporter by revenue, would now have its Middle-East headquarter in Dubai. The move would open new doors of growth for the region in addition to enhancing the business prospectus of the firm.
Shiv Nadar, the founder and chairman of HCL Technologies, said in a statement, "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."
The company, having expertise in the IT domain, would offer engineering, enterprise application, infrastructure management and business process outsourcing in the region which would be guided by its Dubai headquarters.
Indian IT giant HCL draws huge portion of its revenue from the region offering a wide range of services to its more than 25 clients. HE Eng Hamad Buamim, Director General, Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry, welcomed the company's move and said that the government will offer every support to HCL to scale new heights of growth.
HCL's Senior Vice-President, APAC, Asia, Middle East, Africa & CIS, Mr. Virender Aggarwal and Manish Mishra, Vice-President, Middle East of HCL Technologies at the Chamber premises were also present during the inauguration of its Dubai's office.
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