Genmab, a biotech firm, has awarded HCL Tech a multi-year contract.

HCL Technologies has inked a multi-year contract with biotechnology business Genmab to support the company’s global IT infrastructure operations, according to the company, which did not disclose the amount of the deal. Genmab’s IT operations will be supported by a new future-proof digital foundation, according to HCL, which includes hybrid cloud, cybersecurity, unified service management, and digital workplace services, among other things.

Genmab will benefit from HCL’s centralised global service delivery model and new frameworks, which will help the company to achieve better automation, improved cost transparency, enhanced operational efficiency, and increased control, according to the company.

HCL will also join hands with HANCOM for global expansions

A strategic alliance between Indian IT services business HCL Technologies and South Korean software company HANCOM Inc. has been announced. The two companies will share technical solutions and collaborate on “international expansion.”

HCL will provide support for software development training at HANCOM’s India research and development centre, which was created in 2016 and is located in Bangalore.

HCL Technologies, situated in Noida, will also share its development studio and provide human resource assistance to the R&D centre in order to satisfy demand and expand development capacity. Also included is the promotion of technical collaboration to improve the worldwide competitiveness of HANCOM goods and services.

In addition, the two companies intend to collaborate on global market expansion. This includes HANCOM’s foray into Southeast Asian countries such as Taiwan, Vietnam, and Bangladesh, as well as countries in the Middle East, as well as HCL’s development into the South Korean market, among other initiatives.

Daeki Kim, Chief Operating Officer of HANCOM, stated, “HCL’s modern applications and architecture principles will help us to scale our goods to make them more fit for business customers in the worldwide market, and ultimately attain global objectives with our products.”

With more than 175,000 employees in 50 countries and annual sales of $10.5 billion, HCL is a global leader in information technology. It recently appointed Joonho Moon as its president, with the responsibility of leading and expanding the company’s operations in South Korea.

HANCOM will help HCL Technologies grow and establish itself in the South Korean market. According to Sanjay Gupta, Corporate Vice President, HCL Technologies, “South Korea is a key strategic market for us, and this engagement with HANCOM will further help us grow and establish ourselves in the region.”


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