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In yet another attempt to revive itself, HCL Infosystems is scaling down its computer business and venturing into distribution of consumer durables like TVs, fridges, washing machines and kitchen appliances. "The rejig is needed to save the company,"
Wipro is ramping down production at its PC manufacturing and assembly factories in Uttarakhand and Puducherry. The company is also shifting some of the employees in manufacturing division to other roles, said people familiar with the matter. "The
Homegrown PC maker HCL Infosystems, which competes with multinational giants like HP and Dell , will phase-off its manufacturing business in the next few years to improve margins and increase organisational efficiency. The company will instead focus
Responding to changing business environment and consumer demand, IT major HCL Infosystems has restructured its business to enhance focus on services and distribution verticals. Under the restructuring, effective November 1, HCL Infosystem's
IT services and products firm HCL Infosystems has launched new tablet 'ME Champ', exclusively targeted at kids between 3 to 12 years of age, at a price of Rs 7,999. ME Champ is exclusively designed tablet that addresses children's cognitive
IT companies Wipro and HCL Infosystems are in race for supplying 1.3 lakh handheld devices to post offices under a project that is estimated to cost Rs 1,500 crore. "Wipro and HCL Infosystems have qualified for technical bids for supplying 1,30,000
HCL Care, support and service division of HCL Infosystems, today said it has launched around 170 multi-brand service centers across the country to offer a host of services across mobility, IT and consumer electronics and home appliances. "Currently,
Information technology companies are tapping into a lucrative opportunity opened up by the government's vote-catching scheme to transfer cash directly to beneficiaries. With the Aadhaar unique identity number at its core, the scheme is heavily
HCL Infosystems, which is taking steps to split its main businesses into separate units, is not actively seeking a sale of its hardware business but indicated that it could potentially list the recently-created subsidiaries on the stock exchange...
A barely-masked populist move by the Rajasthan government, just six months ahead of assembly elections, may help Indian tablet-makers boost sales by 3.5 lakh units...Under the scheme, every student will get 6,000 to buy tablet computers. RC Dhenwal,