HCLTech and Google Cloud Expand Partnership to Drive Generative AI Adoption

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HCLTech and Google Cloud Partnership to Drive Generative AI Adoption

HCLTech, a prominent global technology company, has announced the expansion of its strategic partnership with Google Cloud. The collaboration aims to empower enterprises to harness the potential of generative artificial intelligence (AI) by developing joint solutions using Google Cloud’s generative AI technologies.

In line with this initiative, HCLTech is actively utilizing Google Cloud’s large language models (LLMs) to enhance its generative AI capabilities across three key domains: industries, enterprise functions, and innovation and technology modernization. HCLTech’s AI platforms and solutions will leverage Google Cloud’s comprehensive suite of enterprise generative AI products and services, including Vertex AI, Generative AI Studio, Model Garden, and Generative AI App Builder. These cutting-edge technologies are underpinned by Google Cloud’s powerful LLMs.

To drive further innovation, HCLTech will establish a dedicated center of excellence called the Google Cloud Generative AI Center of Excellence (GenAI CoE). This collaborative initiative will enable clients to unlock the value of their data and fully realize the potential of generative AI. The GenAI CoE will leverage the AI expertise embedded in HCLTech Cloud Native Labs situated in London, Dallas, and Noida (India).

In addition to this partnership, HCLSoftware, a global leader in enterprise software solutions, is set to expedite its digital transformation journey by adopting Google Workspace, Duet AI for Google Workspace and Developers, and deploying Vertex AI to enhance customer success and support for its clients.

Kalyan Kumar, Chief Technology Officer and Head of Ecosystems at HCLTech, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “Generative AI will usher in a new era of innovation across industries. This presents an opportunity for enterprises to double down on digital transformation. I am excited about expanding our partnership with Google Cloud to help enterprises accelerate responsible adoption of GenAI.”

Kevin Ichhpurani, Corporate Vice President of Global Partner Ecosystem & Channels at Google Cloud, emphasized the transformative potential of generative AI, stating, “Generative AI has the potential to revolutionize a wide variety of business processes and even transform entire industries. These new investments and resources from HCLTech will help enterprises more quickly implement, scale, and capture value from generative AI, enabling them to transform their businesses in bold and responsible ways.”

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HCLTech remains committed to supporting clients in their digital transformation journeys by bringing Google Cloud’s leading technologies to large-scale organizations worldwide. Through this expanded partnership, HCLTech aims to train over 18,000 professionals in Google Cloud generative AI technologies, fostering innovation and developing new solutions that enhance efficiency, elevate employee experiences, and maximize business data value.

With its comprehensive suite of AI capabilities, spanning from chip development to business process optimization, HCLTech is at the forefront of driving the adoption of generative AI across industries. Leveraging strategic partnerships with Google and various other entities, HCLTech is paving the way for organizations to embrace generative AI and unlock its full potential.

About HCLTech:

HCL Technologies Limited, also known as HCLTech, is an Indian multinational IT services and consulting company based in Noida. It became a separate entity in 1991 when HCL ventured into the software services industry. With a presence in 52 countries and a workforce of more than 225,944 employees, HCLTech has established itself as a global player in the IT sector.

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