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India's HCL Infosystems Reports June-Quarter Consol Net Profit Vs Yr Ago Loss
HCL Infosystems' CFO Kapil Kapur Resigns
Hcl Infosystems Says Approved Sale Of HCL Infotech To Novezo Consulting
HCL Infosystems Limited is a distribution and information technology (IT) services and solutions company. The Company's principal activities include Cellular Phones, and Computers/Micro Processor-based systems. Its segments include Hardware Products & Solutions, and Distribution. The Hardware Products & Solutions segment is engaged in the sale of IT products and solutions to enterprise and government customers. The Distribution segment includes the distribution of Consumer Products, including telecommunication, digital lifestyle products, and consumer electronic and home appliances, and Enterprise products, including IT products, Enterprise software and Office Automation products. The Company also offers a range of services, such as a portfolio of Infrastructure Managed Services, Enterprise Application Services, System Integration Services, Managed Print Services, Life Cycle Services and After-Sales Support Services. The Company also offers digital content and learning solutions.
Software & Programming
E-4,5,6 Sector 11
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
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J. V. Ramamurthy
Chief Operating Officer
Compliance Officer, Company Secretary
Chief Investor Relations Officer
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Indian shares closed higher on Tuesday, as technology stocks erased early losses and the energy index touched a record high, although there was some caution among investors due to inflationary worries from stronger crude oil prices.
Indian shares were little changed on Tuesday after opening lower, as gains in energy and metal stocks offset losses in tech and pharma, with investors expecting global concerns over rising oil prices to keep markets volatile.
Indian shares fell on Tuesday, led by tech and finance stocks and amid a global selloff over concerns rising oil prices might hamper economic activity.
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