HCL Technologies Selects RISE with SAP, Deepens Strategic Partnership
Hyderabad: HCL Technologies (HCL) has selected RISE with SAP offering to further modernize its enterprise digital landscape. Additionally, as an SAP strategic partner, HCL will be using this experience to help its clients leverage their combined experience in the industry cloud transformation space.
This expanded partnership will see HCL taking the role of a consumer and global strategic service partner for RISE with SAP.
As a consumer, HCL’s enterprise IT will implement RISE with SAP to augment the growing digital transformation demands of its global business. As partners, HCL and SAP will reinforce their strategic commitment to deploy the full stack framework for RISE with SAP along with the #HCLCloudSmart suite of industry cloud solutions to drive cost-effective modernization of business processes for enterprises worldwide. As a truly multifaceted SAP partner, HCL continues to accelerate the customer journey to an intelligent enterprise leveraging the SAP S/4HANA reference architecture.
“RISE with SAP is showing strong adoption momentum. By bringing in their invaluable implementation experience, expertise and solutions, global partners such as HCL will further accelerate this trajectory,” said Christian Klein, CEO, SAP. “Together, we will help our customers thrive on their business transformation journeys.”
“At HCL we have been consistently modernizing our own digital estate to guide our clients through the lens of our own experience and applied innovations on cutting-edge technologies,” said C. Vijayakumar, CEO and Managing Director, HCL Technologies. “Our decision to adopt RISE with SAP is another strategic example of this intent. I am confident that this business transformation journey leveraging RISE with SAP and our arsenal of unique IPs, expertise and solution capabilities will significantly enhance our portfolio and leadership in the digital transformation space.”
SAP and HCL have been working together for more than two decades, supporting the needs of enterprises as they transition critical applications and processes to the cloud. Both companies will collaborate further through joint go-to-market planning that will help customers innovate and move their business-critical elements, features and applications to the cloud.