“MKS Instruments looks forward to partnering with HCL to enhance its end-user experience by automating operations and migrating us toward a hybrid cloud journey,” said Connie Flynn, Chief Information Officer, MKS Instruments. “The solutions set forth will support MKS during a time of increased growth and digital acceleration.”
“We are excited to partner with MKS to deliver a technology-driven approach to fulfill its business goals and digital transformation roadmap,” said Ajay Bahl, Executive Vice President, HCL Technologies. “End users will benefit from a seamless digital experience with access to smarter and better processes and systems.”
As per the regulatory filing, HCL will drive digital and cloud-enabled transformation for MKS Instruments through AI/ML-led automation, enhanced user experience with end-to-end Infrastructure services, digital workplace services and IT transformation. MKS Instruments’ employees in nearly 60 countries will have the advantage of using HCL’s vast network of global delivery centers and its wide breadth of technology solutions, including its cuttingedge AI and automation frameworks and tools.
At around 2.04 pm, HCL Tech was trading at Rs1299.40 per piece up 1.9% on Sensex. The stock has hit a new high of Rs1315.10 per piece earlier today.