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HCL ISD Chennai
Industry IT Services
Founded 1993
Key people
Shiv Nadar (Chairman & CSO) C. Vijaykumar (President & CEO)
Services Cloud computing services
End user computing
Data center transformation
Network transformation
Information security services
Integrated operation management
Cross functional services
Mainframe and AS/400
System integration
Revenue $ 1 billion (2012-2013)
Number of employees
16,267 (2010-11)
Divisions HCL Enterprise, HCL Technologies, HCL Infosystems, HCL Technologies Infrastructure Services Division
Website HCL ISD

HCL Technologies Infrastructure Services Division (HCL ISD) is a global IT infrastructure management services company. It is a line of business of HCL Technologies.


A subsidiary of HCL Technologies, HCL ISD is an IT services company. Headquartered in Delhi, NCR, India, HCL ISD was instituted in 1993 with the objective to address the demand for cost-effective management of technology infrastructure across geographically dispersed locations. HCL ISD, also known as HCL Comnet Systems and Services Ltd. in India, diversified its portfolio to provide end-to-end enterprise IT infrastructure solutions globally in 1993 winning the first order to establish India’s first floorless stock excchieve superior infrastructure performance and significantly reduced costs[1][2][3]

Key services[edit]

  • End user computing including application management services, managed print services, and managed desktop services
  • Datacenter transformation services such as datacenter consolidation, hosting, and virtualization
  • Network services including network consulting, virtualization, and management
  • Information security services such as security consulting and identity and access management
  • Integrated operation management/ IOMS
  • Cross functional services such as service automation, BCP/DR consulting, and cloud computing services
  • Managed mainframe and AS/400 services
  • System integration services

HCL ISD’s services span across stages of IT infrastructure lifecycle, including data center design, migration & rollout planning, process design, service delivery structure design, implementation & rollouts, and day-to-day operations across infrastructure elements such as servers, storage, mainframes, databases, end user devices, network devices, security devices, web services, applications, mainframes, infrastructure applications & process and tools.

The company's vertical reach spans across industries including automotive, energy (oil & gas) and utilities, financial services, high-tech, insurance, manufacturing, retail, travel, tourism and logistics, banking, life science, health care and pharmaceuticals, telecom and media, publishing and entertainment.

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