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HCL Technologies (HCL), a leading global technology company, announced that it has received the 2020 Google Cloud “Specialization Partner of the Year” for Infrastructure award.

This award honours partners with the Infrastructure Specialization who helped their customers succeed in 2020 by building strong customer infrastructure and workflows on Google Cloud.

HCL was recognized for demonstrating success in assisting customers architect and build their Google Cloud infrastructure and workflows, and migrate to Google Cloud.

With industry-aligned solutions and development of significant IPs and accelerators, HCL has enabled clients to architect the right cloud strategy, thereby helping them achieve business agility, innovation and cost efficiencies using next-generation technologies.

HCL’s Google Cloud-specific Cloud Native Labs in the United States (Dallas), the UK (London), and India (NCR) have helped customers by providing a landscape to innovate and engage in business-focused design workshops to rapidly create MVPs/pilots on Google Cloud.

Google Cloud Global Partner Ecosystem Corporate Vice President Kevin Ichhpurani said Google Cloud Specialisations recognise partner excellence and proven customer success in a particular product area or industry.

“Based on proven, repeatable customer success throughout a unique and challenging year, and strong technical capabilities, we’re delighted to recognize HCL Technologies as the Infrastructure Specialization Partner of the Year,” said Kevin Ichhpurani.

HCL Technologies Chief Technology Officer and Head Ecosystems Kalyan Kumar said HCL is delighted and honored to receive this award.

“This one is for my entire team at the HCL Google Cloud Ecosystem which I am very proud of. The past year was certainly a challenging one in multiple ways and we’re fortunate to have worked with customers globally as partners to accelerate their digital transformation journey,” said Kalyan Kumar.

The HCLCloudSmart Industry and Business down approach has enabled customers to gain rapid benefits from HCL’s Google Cloud-specific repeatable industry solution frameworks and cloud acceleration IP’s. “We look forward to continuing our partnership with Google Cloud to help customers innovate and succeed at scale,” said Kalyan Kumar.

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