IDC rates HCL as top PC company for 2001

By : |March 14, 2002 0



NEW DELHI: According to the recently published IDC report, HCL Infosystems (HCL
Insys), an Indian information enabling company has been rated as the number one
desktop PC Company in India for the year 2001. HCL Insys has notched the top
slot with 8.6 per cent market share and has registered a 27 per cent growth over
the last year. According to the IDC report, HCL Insys shipped 151,104 PC’s
during the year as compared to 118,902 PC’s last year.

Speaking on maintaining the number one position, HCL Infosystems chairman and
CEO, Ajai Chowdhry said, "Our long-standing presence in the Indian market
has given us tremendous insight and expertise in servicing and anticipating all
kinds of customer needs ranging from a home PC user to multi-location complex
enterprises and coupled with our ability to provide leading edge technology, has
helped us to consistently maintain an edge in the market".

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"Further this achievement is significant from the perspective that for
us hardware is a critical entry point to build a robust systems integration
business. We plan to continue introducing the best products and latest
technologies and combined with an aggressive marketing strategy, we are
confident of continuing our leadership", he added.

The company maintained its dominance in the education, government, small
business, banking and insurance sectors. The company has always been successful
in being the first to introduce latest products and technologies and recently
was the first to launch & ship Pentium 4 powered PC under the Rs 40,000
price barrier (@ Rs 39,500), simultaneously with the global launch. The company
was also the first to launch the Pentium 4 powered PC’s and followed it with the
launch of the DDR-SDRAM based desktop PCs and India’s first Pentium 4 powered
servers.

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