Indian IT services major, HCL Technologies (HCL) has teamed up with US-based cloud computing company VMware, to launch a new dedicated VMware business unit to help enterprises accelerate cloud and app transformation, primarily aimed at hybrid workforces.
HCL’s new VMware business unit is part of its Strategic Alliance Partner Ecosystem, which leverages the CloudSmart Framework to provide multi-cloud and app modernisation solutions.
HCL will help enterprises pursue the path of digital dominance by aligning transformation with overall business objectives while remaining agile through cloud freedom and enterprise control enabled by VMware product and service offerings, an official statement said.
“We are in a macroeconomic environment where ecosystems must collaborate to provide innovative and effective solutions that the industry requires”, said Anand Swamy, Senior Vice President, Head of Tech OEM Ecosystems, HCL Technologies.
“Our new VMware business unit leverages the HCL and VMware synergies to incubate, construct and architect innovative, customised cloud implementation strategies with our CloudSmart approach as the baseline,” he added.
“Today, we are witnessing the unstoppable forces of digital transformation in almost every industry, and VMware is providing the trusted foundation to accelerate customers’ innovation,” said Zia Yusuf, Senior Vice President, Strategic Ecosystem and Industry Solutions, VMware.
“With HCL, we are helping our mutual customers by providing the smartest path to app, cloud and edge modernisation and a more secure, frictionless experience for the distributed workforce,” he said.
Over the past 14 years, HCL and VMware have partnered to bring various services and solutions built for the modern enterprise. HCL said, it has more than 8,000 professionals trained on VMware technologies, manages three VMware centres of excellence and has created four cloud-native labs.