The company said in a statement that Lab 21 will allow HCL to develop and deploy high-impact business solutions based on the Microsoft AI Platform that will help accelerate adoption and increase value creation for enterprise customers in such areas as Business Intelligence, Big Data, and Advanced Analytics.
“Our investments in Lab 21 toward developing deep competencies on Microsoft’s Cortana Intelligence stack reinforces our commitment to bringing the power of superior Cloud and AI offerings to our customers around the world,” said Kalyan Kumar, CVP & CTO – IT Services, HCL Technologies.
The Lab will be based in Redmond, Washington.
“Over the past few years, we have significantly increased our focus to help our mutual customers through their digital transformation journey. Our work with HCL has been centered around building solutions that will drive significant value and help our customers transition to the cloud,” said Michael Angiulo, CVP – Microsoft Corp.