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CORPORATE SOCIAL

RESPONSIBILITY

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Assistant Professor
Dept. of Management
Company History
• Started in the year 1976 at Noida, Uttar Pradesh in India
• Founder: Shiv Nadar
• First Indian IT services (hardware company)
• Before the HCL technologies India had only 250 computers
• In 1978, HCL developed the first indigenous micro-computer
at the same time as apple
• The first RDBMS in 1983, client-server architecture in 1984,
and fine-grained multiprocessor UNIX installation in 1989
• R&D division was spun off as HCL Technologies in 1991 to
enter the software services arena
• Presence in 35 countries
• Shiva Nadar initially invested 20 lacks for starting
HINDUSTAN COMPUTER LIMITED
Guiding Principle

• Vision:
“Together we create the enterprises of tomorrow”

• Mission:
“ To provide world class information technology solution
and services to enable over customers to serve their
customers better”
Board of Directors

Shiv Nadar
Founder, HCL Chairman,
HCLTechnologies
HCLProducts

• Personal computer
• Laptop
• Projector
• Printer
• Mobile
• Scanner
• Medical equipments……etc.
HCLTechnologyServices

Services Line

4% Application Services
18%
Engineering & R&D
32%
Customer Application
17% Services
Infrastructure Services

BPO Services
29%
Recognitions
• Britain's Top Employers 2010 by the Corporate Research
Foundation (CRF) Institute, fourth consecutive year
• Prestigious ‘Golden Peacock Innovation’ Award for itsMTaaS™
(a Business Service Management centric service delivery
platform) ,October 2009
• HCL Customer Standard Parking wins Oracle’s ‘Empower the
Green Enterprise’Award
• Six HR Congress Awards 2008
• India’s Most Preferred Personal Computer Brand – CNBC
AWAAZ Consumer Award 2007
• HCL Technologies (HCL) was named Meritorious Performance
Supplier in Sun Microsystems' 2007 Supplier Awards program
• Forbes Global 2000 list
SWOTAnalysis
Strengths Weekness
• Association with Major Brands • Total asset turnover
• Consistent revenue growth • Tough competition from existing
• Acquisition of Axon enables company to PC and laptop brands means
offer full SAP services limited market share
• Global Coverage
• Offerings like tablets, laptops and PCs
• Over 80,000 employees
• Offers services like ERS, ETS, BPO and
EAS
Oppurtunities Threats
• New Outsourcing deals • Adverse impact of foreign
• Strong presence in defense space and exchange movement
potential to benefit from offset provision • Emergence of potentially
in Indian defense imports. disruptive technologies/practices
like cloud computing
Corporate Strategy
Value Proposition
• A well-defined and maintained organizational IT strategy aimed
at both short-term and long-term business goals
• Identification of the existing gaps current and future state IT
architecture
• Establishment of an enterprise-wide integrated IT architecture to
fill in the identified gaps
• Setup of a future-ready and flexible IT infrastructure strategy
that can adapt to changing trends and technologies
Corporate Social Responsibility
• HCLT Foundation is a Corporate Social Responsibility Trust,
supported by HCL Technologies
• Power of One : Unique CSR philosophy
• Around 37,000 HCLites contribute Rupee 1 per day from their
salary for community work
• More than 19,000 employees spend a day, every week or
month or year or even one hour every day for community
service
• Project Samudhay: HCL to transform 100 villages with
scalable models in water, women's welfare, education, health
& malnutrition and sanitation.
• Only Indian company on the Honour Roll of the UN Women
Empowerment Leadership Awards for 2013
Partnerships & Alliances
Key BusinessHighlights
• HCL has signed 15 Transformational engagements with more
than US$ 1bn of Total Contract Value in this quarter
• Revenues grew by 3.2% in constant currency
• Growth witnessed across key Service Offerings led by
Engineering and R&D Services at 8.1%, Enterprise Service
Integration at 5.1% and Global Infrastructure Services
Revenue at 5.2% QoQ
• Broad based growth across verticals led by Retail & CPG at
15.8%, Manufacturing at 5.3% and Financial Services at 3.0%
• Americas and Europe grew by 5.7% and 2.7% respectively