HCL’s Fluid Workplace model, which enables businesses to meet the challenges of remote working, will allow Airbus to deploy the latest digital technologies and help simplify its existing IT processes and optimise delivery costs.
“The combination of HCL’s scale transformational expertise and management capabilities of IT and OT landscape will enable Airbus to remain at the forefront of innovation and deliver leading-edge user experiences," said Sandeep Saxena, executive vice president (UK&I, France & Benelux), HCL.
This strategic partnership will expand HCL’s global footprint, which has over the last five years invested in building its digital capabilities and won deals across the world.
In 2020, the IT services company completed one year of delivering digital workplace services to Kone Corporation, a Finland-based company in the elevator and escalator industry.
HCL’s revenue crossed the $10 billion milestone in CY20, delivering 3.6% year-on-year growth in constant currency.