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HCL Infosystems reports consolidated revenue of Rs. 2,095 crores


  • Consolidated revenue reported at Rs. 2,095 crores for the quarter ended March 31, 2013 as against Rs. 2,606 crores in last quarter.
  • Revenue from Hardware Products and Solutions business for the quarter was Rs. 816 crores.
  • Revenue from Services business for the quarter was Rs. 147 crores, a sequential growth of 8%.
  • Revenue from Learning business for the quarter was Rs. 18 crores, a sequential growth of 33%.
  • Revenue from Distribution business for the quarter was Rs. 1,149 crores.
  • Consolidated net profit /(loss) from ordinary activities before finance cost and provision for doubtful debts grew to Rs. 39.3 crores for the quarter ended March 31, 2013 to Rs. 0.4 crores in last quarter.


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HCL Infosystems India’s Premier Services, ICT System Integration, Hardware and Distribution Company today announced its financial results for the third quarter ending March 31st 2013.


Mr. Harsh Chitale, Chief Executive Officer, HCL Infosystems Limited, commenting on the results said, “The decline in our revenues this quarter was primarily due to a dip in our telecom distribution business as also a stagnant Personal Computer Industry which impacted our revenues in this segment. However all our growth businesses registered healthy growth in the quarter. Enterprise Services grew by 11%, Non-Telecom Distribution grew by 34%, Mobility numbers rose by 50% and Learning by 33% q-o-q.


In today’s challenging environment, an organization has to be agile and implement changes in strategy at a rapid pace in order to remain competitive. We at HCL Infosystems are creating such an agile and lean organization which can respond quickly and effectively to changing market conditions and chart a rapid growth path. The restructuring of our businesses that we had announced in the beginning of this calendar year is on track. I am happy to note that we have been able to create a leaner organisation as there is a significant improvement in terms of efficiency and cost optimization to the tune of around Rs. 40 crores on an annualized basis.”


Key Updates and Quarter Snapshot

·         Our Services business, which is one of our focused growth businesses continue to register substantial traction – Our Infrastructure Management Services (IMS) business has driven excellence in key accounts in the private enterprise space. The business won more than 10 large deals in IMS and FMS (Facility Management Service) across the country with robust traction also in Singapore with three significant wins. Other significant achievements for the IMS Business included:


a.    ACV of Infrastructure Managed Services grew from Rs. 70 crores at the start of the year to Rs. 161 crores.

b.    The Company has been recommended for  ISO20000:2011 Certification in Service Management System

c.    HCLI’s Public Cloud has expanded its footprint with a new facility coming up in Mumbai

d.    Value added services on MDM (Mobile Device Management) was launched with key partners


o   Our Enterprise Application Services (EAS) business recorded wins both in India and MEA. Other highlights for the business were the commissioning of the Maharashtra Border Check Post project, launch of NBA (National Board of Accreditation) application created by the EAS team and a successful implementation of SAP in Process Manufacturing for NOCIL (National Organic Chemical Industries Ltd.).


o   HCL Care won major orders from Samsung, ZTE, The Mobile Store among others for services such as repair, after sales servicing and L1 & L2 support. HCL Care also launched 8 “Touch” stores, multi-brand service centers across Delhi/NCR.


·         Our Hardware and Solutions Business, has registered robust traction despite a challenging competitor landscape and market conditions


o   Our Personal Computing (PC) business has won large bids from CHiPS (Chhattisgarh Infotech and Biotech Promotion Society), Punjab Education Society and SBI (State Bank of India). HCLI has been selected by CHiPs for the Government of Chhattisgarh project


– Free Distribution of Laptops to final year engineering and medical students of Government-aided and Private Colleges across the state. This is the first phase of the project, where HCL Infosystems is supplying 14,000 laptops.


The business also launched three new models of HCL Beanstalk All-In-One (AIO) PCs. The range offers India’s first 21.5 inch HD LED AIO and an in-built battery with over 1.5 hrs power back up.


o   As part of its global growth journey the Mobility Business made its foray into the Turkey market with its G1 model. The business also made its presence felt in the Middle East region with growing presence in eight countries. New initiatives included  pre-embedded applications which were made available on ME tablets such as the 1Mobile App Store with more than 200000 free Applications. In the B2B space, the business won a substantial order from Worldvision for Mobile Device Management (MDM) along with ME Tablets. A Product Catalogue application for enterprises with rich multimedia content and other features was also created.


o   Office Automation (OA) business achieved wins including the prestigious Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) order from Himachal Pradesh- Higher Education Board, Audio-Video Systems Integration (AVSI) orders from Securities and Exchange Board of India and Larsen &Toubro, Multi Function Display (MFD) order from Reliance Communications among others.


o   The Infrastructure Solutions (ISS) business achieved a 30% revenue growth Y-o-Y. The business won a Security Solution (Anti DDoS – Distributed Denial of Service) order from a department under the MoC&IT (Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Government of India). The business also became a Platinum Partner for HP networking and obtained HP’s MASE (HP Master Accredited Systems Engineer) certification.


o   Our Systems Integration (SI) business has gained new order pipeline of Rs. 600 crores and now is carrying forward a total order backlog of Rs. 4084 crores as on date. Two prestigious projects won by the business were the DCN (Defence Communications Network) project and the ePDS project from the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar.


The Company’s Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) engagement as the Managed Service Provider is on track and significant progress was made in the quarter in this engagement.


o   The company’s Financial Inclusion business had robust traction this quarter with multiple orders from leading institutions such as Central Bank of India (RRB), Punjab National Bank, Dena Bank (RRB), Sarv UP Gramin Bank and Gurgaon Gramin Bank.


·         Our Distribution business made significant progress in both its IT and Digital Lifestyle products distribution segments. The IT products distribution business had a robust Q-o-Q revenue growth on the back of major order wins from various customers such as Agmatel, Eastern Logica, Stalco Consultancy & Systems, ACS Technologies, VAMA Industries and Bloom Electronics. The IT products business also signed new partnerships with Molex, Pantum, Edgecore, Huawei, Tyco, D-link, Unistall, Viewsonic, Sukam UPS and Simmtronics.


In the Digital Entertainment (DE) vertical the business gained significant traction by signing on new partners such as ZTE for data cards and Penta & Simmtronics for distribution of tablets. Our Nokia Business registered robust growth in the Smartphone category. The business focused on adding feet on the street and increasing traction in various tier 2 and 3 towns and cities.


The IT and DE Distribution revenue grew by a healthy 87% y-o-y while on the other hand the telecom distribution business registered a decline of 26% q-o-q.


·         HCL Learning won major orders from various prestigious educational institutions including schools from across the country. The number of classrooms added by the business this quarter stood at around 1900. The division also launched EasySchool, an unique integrated multimedia classroom infrastructure that is easy to use, mobile and affordable. The business also bagged its first international content licensing deal in South Africa.


In the “direct to student” space, HCL Learning to gain more traction for MyEduWorld signed up with Hypercity and Mahindra Retail. Also the business increased the online presence of MyEduWorld in websites such as snapdeal.com and schoolstuff.com and carried out activation across 60 schools



  • HCL Infosystems wins CA Technologies’ Partner of the Year Award for the Asia Pacific & Japan region
  • HCL Learning won the prestigious Shiksha Ratan Award for Best Smart Class Service Provider for its flagship product DigiSchool.
  • Office Automation (OA) Business won the Silver Award for Technical Proficiency in Color Category at the 15th Quality Service Campaign conducted by Toshiba-APAC among 29 participants from various countries


About HCL Infosystems

HCL Infosystems Ltd. with revenue (LTM) of US$ 1.8 billion (Rs. 9,882 crores) is India’s Premier Technology Company and offers a wide spectrum of IT Services and Products ranging from Cloud to Learning Solutions. As a complete IT solutions provider the company offers comprehensive offerings in Enterprise Application Services, IT Infrastructure Managed Services, System Integration, Office Automation Products and Services, Distribution and Support Services. The company operates in both the Consumer and the Enterprise space – offering the latest mobility products and operating in verticals like BFSI, Telecom, and Healthcare respectively.


HCL Care, the support and service division of the company has one of the largest and most extensive service networks across the country and provides end to end support services for various IT, Telecom and Consumer Electronics products.HCL Infosystems has one of the largest distribution network of digital lifestyle global brands and an unparalleled robust service network in the country including Tier 2 and 3 cities. Digilife Distribution and Marketing Services (DDMS), a 100% subsidiary of HCL Infosystems focuses on multi brand distribution and offers value added distribution for its partners including strategic consulting services, last mile connect and support in marketing and promotions. HCL Learning a division of the company covers the entire spectrum of education and training requirements across schools, colleges, individuals and enterprises and offers rich learning solutions across these segments. HCL Infosystems MEA (Middle East and Africa), a fully owned subsidiary of HCL Infosystems is part of the emerging markets outreach of the company and focuses on expanding the business in the Middle East and African geographies and provides comprehensive IT solutions to customers across verticals in the region. The company also has robust operations in Singapore with its subsidiary HCL Insys Pte. Ltd. gaining traction in the region with its Enterprise solutions including a strong offering in Infrastructure Managed Services.


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About HCL 

HCL is a $6.3 billion leading global technology and IT enterprise comprising two companies listed in India – HCL Technologies and HCL Infosystems. Founded in 1976, HCL is one of India’s original IT garage start-ups. A pioneer of modern computing, HCL is a global transformational enterprise today. Its range of offerings includes product engineering, custom & package applications, BPO, IT infrastructure services, IT hardware, systems integration, and distribution of information and communications technology (ICT) products across a wide range of focused industry verticals. The HCL team consists of over 90,000 professionals of diverse nationalities, who operate from 31 countries including over 720 points of presence in India. HCL has partnerships with several leading global 1000 firms, including leading IT and technology firms.


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