HCL Technologies signs global digital transformation deal with VELUX Group

HCL Technologies has signed an end-to-end IT services transformation agreement with the VELUX Group, the leading manufacturer of roof windows.

“We are excited to partner with the VELUX Group on its transformation journey, helping the organization to stay ahead of the rapidly evolving global IT market,” said Pankaj Tagra, Corporate Vice President and Nordic & DACH Head, HCL Technologies. “The VELUX Group is one of Denmark’s most prestigious brands and we are committed to supporting its digitalization journey.”


“We look forward to accelerating our global IT transformation journey with support from HCL Technologies,” says Jesper Frederiksen, Vice President IT and Digital Enablement, VELUX Group. “It’s essential that our growing global organization can operate with swift and seamless digital tools and capabilities.”


HCL Technologies will deliver a cloud-first, user-centric digital transformation program for the VELUX Group, adopting business-driven automation to modernize its applications and infrastructure landscape. This will accelerate VELUX Group’s digital transformation journey, underpinned by cloud migration and application modernization. An integrated, output-based and future-proofed global IT operating model will drive innovation and IT excellence by improving agility, efficiency and scalability.

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