HCL Axon

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HCL AXON
Type Wholly owned subsidiary
Industry Consulting
Founded 1994
Headquarters Egham, Surrey
Key people Anant Gupta, CEO-HCL Technologies
Stephen Cardell, President - HCL AXON
Owner(s) HCL Technologies
Website www.hcl-axon.com

HCL AXON is a British-based business transformation consultancy which sells its services to customers using SAP and Oracle as their Enterprise Resource Planning system modeling tools. Previously listed on the London Stock Exchange and a FTSE 250 Index constituent, the company has been a subsidiary of Indian outsourcing firm HCL Technologies since December 2008, after the reverse merger of Axon Group plc and HCL SAP practice.

History[edit]

The Company was founded by Mark Hunter, Donald Kirkwood and Paul Manweiler in 1994. It acquired Feanix in 2005.[1] In August 2008 Infosys Technologies offered £407m to acquire the business. This offer was subsequently beaten by a rival offer for £441m by HCL Technologies.[2] The acquisition by HCL was completed in December 2008.[3]

On 17 July 2009 HCL AXON announced the acquisition of South Africa-based UCS Group’s Enterprise Solutions SAP practice.[4]

On 1 July 2010, HCL AXON became the Enterprise Application Services part of HCL Technologies, incorporating SAP, Oracle and Microsoft offerings.[5]

Operations[edit]

The Company provides the following services:[6]

  • Business consulting
  • Solutions implementation
  • Application management
  • Business transformation
  • SAP Integration Services
  • Packaged offerings
  • SAP Academy
  • Oracle Applications and Technologies
  • Microsoft solutions

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