"Since starting operations in the region two-and-a-half years back, the growth has been good. We want to continue this for a foreseeable future,"
HCL made an entry into the
"We would not have been here if we haven't bought NTS and the acquisition has really benefited us with 40 large active accounts in the region. Out of which 30 are from the
He said the IT industry in the
HCL sees lots of growth opportunities in security-driven services, smart governance, IT solutions and mobile applications.
"We are trying to gather our experiences from the rest of the world and plan to replicate it in the
The company has no plans to enter the regional PC market and focus more on mobility.
"PC as an industry is not growing. Many people are using tablet computers as their main computing device. We introduced tablets in the last six months and are currently running at
"We are not looking at tablets just as hardware; it is a combination of software and services packaged with the hardware. We are looking at what a box can do for the user. We are adding applications literally every month," he said.
HCL's bulk business for tablets comes from consumers.
"We have not entered the government sector but have a few corporates," he said.
Bulk of its presence is in the
"We are doing a large project with Dewa in the security domain for all of its sub-stations. We are doing some virtualisation and e-commerce works for some banks. We have a decent order book from the region," he said.
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