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2013 Interviews & Articles

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Wired publishes The Power of Incremental Innovation

“Numerous breakthrough innovations have improved our lives in significant and profound ways. However, these developments often started with a basic platform which provided an initial framework for additional innovations and improvements. Once these ideas were further improved and enhanced, the path was paved to enable their widespread use and subsequent monetization of these innovations. These incremental improvements often hold the key to mass adoption.”

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CIO Insight publishes The Approaching Era of Hyper-Personalization

“With the advent of Bluetooth low energy and related technologies, businesses will have the ability to profit from hyper-personalization and super-targeted marketing.”

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Business Line publishes Convergence on Wheels

“If you had the chance to watch the Apple WWDC 2013 held in June, you must have checked out the new features on the new Apple iOS 7 or the new MacBook Pro. As always, Apple’s new features, enhancements, products were impressive. However, if you didn’t watch it closely enough you might have missed an interesting part of the announcement. It was not about the iPhone, or iPad; not even the MacBook.”

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Engineering Services 2.0: In Conversation with Sandeep Kishore, HCL Technologies

“The global engineering services industry is evolving at a great pace right now. Even though the industry itself is in its initial phases of maturity, the headroom for growth is high, guided by disruptive changes in business and technology, and opportunities getting created at the intersection of technology convergence.”

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Convergence on Smartcars

“Any new technology – cloud-based app, natural user interface (NUI), etc – which has become a new de facto standard, would be expected in any other device the consumer owns or uses […] This underlying idea is the basis of convergence across different industries”.

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HCL among top offshore vendors in Japan: IDC survey

“With over 90 percent of our clients being Japanese companies and proven success in the Manufacturing and Financial Services, we lead with a combination of very experienced bilingual local team and a focused strategic Japan business unit”.

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Indian IT cos like Infosys, TCS & HCL must log on to Japan to cross next $100 bn hurdle: Experts

“HCL Technologies, for instance, trains all its employees working in the Japan business unit to speak and understand Japanese. One-third of the workforce in the unit is also Japanese nationals. […] (Companies in Japan) initially look for proof of concept and if that works, and they are comfortable with the vendor, then the relationship progresses to the long-term”.

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HCL Technologies Signs a Multi-Year, Multi-Million Dollar Partnership with Cobham plc

“HCL is committed to not only deliver engineering services to its customers, but also enable innovation in all aspects of their business […] With over a decade of industry experience, comprehensive service capabilities and mature delivery models, HCL is well placed to help Cobham to become more competitive with greater focus on new technologies and innovation.”

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HCL Japan Signs Transformational engagement with D&M Group, including Denon and Marantz

“We are proud to partner with D+M Group for the global rollout of SAP solutions. Our unique Global Delivery model, proven success in the Hi Tech and Manufacturing industries and experienced bilingual team will help D+M Group realize its planned business benefits in line with its global requirements.”

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IndustryWeek publishes Achieving Business Impact through New Technologies and Product Engineering

“It is always encouraging to meet with customers and partners to explore new possibilities for engineering and technology. Doing so with global manufacturers makes it all the more interesting […] In the recently concluded Embedded Technologies event in Yokohama, Japan, more than 40% of the participants were from industrial companies”.

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