Technology company HCL Technologies is to launch a dedicated Microsoft Business Unit to give enterprise customers extra support in using Microsoft solutions.
The venture will help customers leverage the Microsoft platform for specific use cases and support employees as they adapt to a more modern workplace as a result of Microsoft 365 and Windows 10.
“By establishing a Microsoft Business Unit, HCL is taking an important step forward in the long-standing partnership between our two companies,” said Judson Althoff, executive vice president at Microsoft. “As a result, companies will benefit from unique products and services tailored to their digital journey while fostering modern work and collaboration. Together, we will be able to offer our joint customers a rich experience.”
According to Kalyan Kumar, chief technology officer at HCL Technologies, the business unit represents the next phase in the companies’ partnership.
“This business unit combines HCL’s specialised services and global reach with Microsoft’s powerful cloud and business technologies, making a strong and unique offering for clients,” he said. “These offerings are coming at a critical time when enterprises are aggressively implementing digital technologies for competitive advantage.”
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