Computer company HCL Technologies on Thursday posted a 4% increase in its consolidated net profit to 3,259 crore rupees in the September 2021 quarter.
In the corresponding quarter of last year, the Noida-headquartered company posted a net profit of Rs 3,142 crore.
Its operating income from July to September jumped 11.3% to Rs 20,655 crore, from Rs 18,594 crore during the period last year.
The company announced an interim dividend of Rs 10 per share for fiscal year 2021-22 (FY22) while announcing its results for the September quarter.
Roshni Nadar Malhotra, President of HCL Technologies Ltd, said: “As we look to the future with hope and optimism, what stands out is the human ability to overcome unforeseen challenges, born out of absolute determination. The pandemic has accelerated the need to build together a sustainable and evolving future and invest in goal-oriented growth. “
“The lessons learned have refined our ability to adapt and innovate and deepen our commitment to effect positive change through technology. We believe in ‘The New Essential’ – the confluence of technology and human ingenuity – as the way forward. , we will further accelerate our actions and investments in emerging technologies, people and ESG to build a better and stronger future together. “
C Vijayakumar, CEO and CEO of HCL Technologies Ltd, “We delivered a strong performance this quarter, marked by strong growth in our service portfolio through our digital enterprise, engineering and cloud services . We recorded impressive customer additions in all categories, reflecting strong demand and the relevance of our offerings to all of our customers. “
“We signed 14 major new contracts, resulting in a net new reservation of $ 2.3 billion, representing growth of 38% year-on-year. Our net employee addition reached a record high of 11,135 this quarter. the ramp-up bodes well for the dynamics of our business in the future. “
The results arrived after the close of market hours. HCL Technologies shares closed at Rs 1,250.90, down Rs 14.80, or 1.17% on BSE.
(Edited by : Jomy Jos Pullokaran)
First publication: STI