Information technology (IT) services major HCL Technologies (HCL) on Tuesday said it has launched cloud-native, web and mobile-ready version of the Domino, the secure enterprise application-development platform.
HCL claims that Domino powers 10 million apps that run the business of more than 15,000 companies worldwide, including global giants in the automotive, financial and retail industries.
“The world is ‘Powered by Domino,’ and with v12 we continue to deliver on our commitment in ensuring the future of Domino is one that is low-code, mobile and secure,” Darren Oberst, corporate vice president and head of HCL Software, said. The latest version of the application development platform is now generally available.
The Noida headquartered IT services company has announced a number of new business contracts in the last couple of months.
In May, it entered into a multi-year contract with digital energy solutions firm Hitachi ABB Power Grids to build a new greenfield digital foundation.
In April, HCL signed a multimillion-dollar digital transformation and hybrid cloud contract with Japanese vehicle manufacturer UD Trucks.
Around the same time, the company secured a multi-year, integrated application development contract from Illinois based automotive parts manufacturer Tenneco.