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HCL

Introduction
HCL (Hindustan Computers Limited) is a leading global Technology and IT
enterprise whose range of services spans Product Engineering and Technology
Development, Application Services, BPO Services, Infrastructure Services, IT
Hardware, Systems Integration, and Distribution of Technology and Telecom
products in India. The HCL Enterprise comprises two companies listed in India:
HCL Technologies and HCL Infosystems. HCL Technologies is the IT and BPO
services arm focused on global markets, while HCL Infosystems deals in the IT,
Communication, Office Automation Products & System Integration arm focused
on the Indian market.

Founder and history


Shiv Nadar is the founder of HCL. He founded HCL in 1976 in a Delhi "barsaati".
In 1978, HCL developed the first indigenous micro-computer at the same time as
Apple and 3 years before IBM's PC. In 1980, HCL introduced bit sliced, 16-bit
processor based micro-computer. In 1983, HCL Indigenously developed
architecture, at the same time as global IT peers. In 1986, HCL became the largest
IT Company in India. In 1988, HCL introduced fine grained multi-processor Unix-
3 years ahead of "Sun" and "HP". In 1991, HCL entered into a joint venture
Hewlett Packard and HCL-Hewlett Packard Ltd. was formed. The joint developed
multi-processor UNIX for HP and heralded HCL's entry into contract R&D. In
1997, HCL Infosystems was formed. In the same year HCL ventured into software
services. In 1999, HCL Technologies Ltd issued an IPO and became a public listed
company. In 2001, HCL BPO was incorporated and HCL Infosystems became the
largest hardware company. In 2002, software businesses of HCL Infosystems and
HCL Technologies were merged. In 2005, HCL set up first Power PC architecture
design centre outside of IBM. In the same year HCL Infosystems launched sub
Rs.10, 000 PC. In 2006, HCL Infosystems became the first company in India to
launch the New Generation of High Performance Server Platforms Powered by
Intel Dual - Core Xeon 5000 Processor. Today, HCL has a turnover of over
US$4billion.
Headquarters and Branches

Annual turnover
HCL Infosystems has reported a turnover of Rs 409.7 crore compared to Rs 235.5
crore in the corresponding quarter of the previous year. Profit before tax stood at
Rs 13.6 crore as against Rs 14.1 crore in the same period last year. Net profit after
tax increased in the current quarter by 26% over the previous quarter ending June
’07.

Overall number of employees


Today, HCL has 45,000 employees of diverse nationalities, operating across 17
countries including 360 service centers in India. HCL has global partnerships with
several leading Fortune 1000 firms, including several IT and Technology majors.

Organization structure
Shiv Nadar is the founder as well as the chairman of HCL.

Leadership Team

VINEET NAYAR
CEO, HCL Technologies

RANJIT NARASIMHAN
President & CEO - BPO Services, HCL Technologies Ltd

ANIL CHANANA
Executive Vice President - Finance, HCL Technologies

ANANT GUPTA
President - Infrastructure Services Division, HCL Technologies

Board of Directors
SHIV NADAR VINEET NAYAR AJAI
Founder - HCL CEO, HCL CHOWDHRY
Chairman & Chief Technologies Founder - HCL
Strategy Officer - Chairman and CEO -
HCL Technologies ROBIN ABRAMS HCL Infosystems
Director
TSR AMAL GANGULI
SUBRAMANIAN SUBROTO Director
Director BHATTACHARYA
Director PROBIR
CHANDRA SEN
Director

Listing in stock exchange


The Stock Exchange, Mumbai, National Stock Exchange of India Ltd.

Current share price (as on 28 Aug)


% increase: 306.20
Day’s increase: -5.75
Current value: -1.84%

Volume 382,246
Prev Close 311.95
Day's H/L (Rs) 314.90 - 304.00
52wk H/L (Rs) 315.40 - 89.10
Mkt Cap (Rs Cr) 20,392.92

Strategies
 Emphasis on a strong management team
 Emphasis on front run emerging technologies
 Non-linear growth model
 Emphasis on quality revenue mix
 Employee Development and Contribution
 Emphasis on earnings led growth

Involvement in Other Activities


 Aerospace and Defense  Retail & Corporate Banking,
 Financial Services Capital Markets, Insurance
 Healthcare  Government
 Telecom  Life Sciences
 Automotive  Pharmaceutical, Medical
 Hi-tech, Semiconductor, Devices
Storage, Consumer Electronics  Retail & Consumer
 Media & Entertainment  Energy and Utilities
 Travel, Transportation &
Logistics