NEW DELHI: India’s fourth largest software exporter HCL Technologies has been ranked as the World’s top vendor in the infrastructure space, a recent survey said.
HCL Technologies topped the list of 276 vendors, while beating global and domestic giants like IBM, Accenture, HP, Infosys, TCS, Wipro and Satyam.
HCL Tech is followed by US-based Electronic Data Systems (EDS) and Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) on second and third positions, according to an annual survey by Brown-Wilson survey for “The Black Book of Outsourcing.”
A total of five Indian companies made to the top-20 list, including Satyam (13), Wipro (14), Infosys (18) and Tata Consultancy Services (20).
HCL Technologies also excelled in the sub-categories like on-site comprehensive, remote comprehensive and desk top support services and storage and servers.
Based on our survey results, it is clear that HCL is leading the global infrastructure services market from the client perspective, as evidenced by their top marks across the majority of sub-categories of the survey as rated by global users, Doug Brown, Managing Partner Brown-Wilson Group said.
“We congratulate HCL on emerging at the top of this year’s IT Infrastructure outsourcing vendors ranking and commend the company for the innovative approaches used to provide Chief Information Officers (CIOs) across the globe with attractive alternative sourcing options delivered with extremely high quality standards and stringent process benchmarks,” Brown added.
The infrastructure ranking was based on vendor evaluation across 18 points of infrastructure operational excellence including innovation, training, breadth of offerings, client adaptability, reliability, support and customer care to name a few.