HCL To Set Up System Integration Centre in Kolkata

HCL Infosystems will develop a system integration centre in Kolkata in the next 8-12 months.

hidden September 19, 2007 10:54:40 IST
HCL To Set Up System Integration Centre in Kolkata

HCL Infosystem will develop a system integration centre in Kolkata in the next 8-12 months.

"We will develop a system integration centre here. We would be able to deliver projects in West Bengal and also outside the state. The project would tentatively be completed within next 8-12 months," said HCL Infosystem chairman and CEO Ajai Chowdhry.

"We will develop a training centre, regional data centre and a repairing centre. It would be the second system integration centre of HCL in India," said Chowdhry.

HCL Infosystem already has one system integration centre in Chandigarh. The company is planning to develop five such centres across the country in the near future, he added.

HCL's computer hardware manufacturing plants include four facilities - two centres at Puducherry and one each at Chennai and Uttarakhand.

"We have already identified nine areas like telecom, airport, power, e-governance, banking and finance, etc. on which this system integration centre can work on," he said.

"We are also going to launch five more integrated systems such as media and entertainment, retail, railway, airports and health from this year," he added.

IANS

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