Microsoft recognises HCL Technologies as Azure expert MSP

Microsoft recognises HCL Technologies as Azure expert MSP

HCL makes strategic investments in enterprise services

Gavriella Schuster (Microsoft)

Gavriella Schuster (Microsoft)

Credit: Microsoft

HCL Technologies has become a Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Service Provider (MSP), in recognition of its investment in resources, training, and technology for the Azure platform.

“In these interesting times of enormous opportunities in the cloud native world, HCL is very proud to deepen our relationship with Microsoft,” said Kalyan Kumar, corporate vice president and CTO for IT Services at HCL Technologies.

“The Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Service Provider recognition is an outcome of HCL’s commitment toward building and establishing strong customer relationships.

“This is also a reflection of HCL’s strategy of investing in developing skills, competencies, partnerships, and solutions that will help solve the customer’s most pressing business and technology challenges."

HCL made strategic investments in its enterprise services to qualify for this program, such as digital transformation and cloud technologies.

Services HCL focused on include helping enterprises build cloud native applications, modernising legacy applications, enabling digital and analytics applications, and building platforms for IoT capabilities.

“Partners play a central role in Microsoft’s development to support companies in their digital transformation projects,” added Gavriella Schuster, corporate vice president, One Commercial Partner (OCP) at Microsoft.

“HCL Technologies has invested in building deep Azure knowledge and services and we are pleased to recognise it as a Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Service Provider."

As an Azure Expert MSP, HCL will expand its visibility and reach in the Microsoft ecosystem to deliver the end-to-end services HCL offers to enterprises covering consulting, migration, and operation.

The MSP joins CenturyLink and Tata Consultancy Services that were also recognised as an Azure expert MSP by the vendor in October 2018.

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