HCL Tech opens delivery centre in Hamilton
By Gurbir Singh:
HCL Technologies, an Indian multinational IT services and consulting company with revenues of US$8.9b, opened its new delivery centre in Hamilton yesterday, 21 August.
The event marking the formal opening of delivery centre was graced by the Mayor of Hamilton, Andrew King, High Commissioner of India to New Zealand, Muktesh K. Pardeshi and Hon Consul of India in Auckland, Bhav Dhillon.
HCL Technologies has been operating in New Zealand since 1999 and delivers integrated IT services to country’s 50 leading companies, including a dairy products major, several banks, insurance companies and a large government organisation. Its other two offices are located in Auckland and Wellington.
Hamilton’s Mayor, Andrew King who inaugurated the delivery centre, was optimistic that the entry of HCL in Hamilton will open new opportunities of growth for the city & Waikato region.
“HCL’s new delivery centre here will open up immense opportunities for not only our city but for entire New Zealand. Along with bringing global technologies and customers to our local talent here, HCL has also joined hands with us for various regional developmental initiatives in Hamilton,” he said.
HCL Technologies operates in 44 countries around the world with a worldwide network of R&D, innovation labs and delivery centers and serves leading enterprises across key industries, including 250 of the Fortune 500 and 650 of the Global 2000.