HCL Technologies on Friday said its revenue grew 5.65 percent to Rs 19,642 crore during the fourth quarter of fiscal 2021.
For FY21, HCL Tech’s revenue grew 6.7 percent to Rs 75,379 crore (+$10 billion) from the previous financial year.
The company expects its FY22 revenue to grow in double-digits in constant currency.
HCL’s revenue grew 6 percent to $2,696 million, while revenue was rose 2.4 percent to $10,175 million in the March 2021 quarter over the year-ago period over the previous fiscal.
“We have posted a robust Q4 FY’21 sequential constant currency revenue growth of 2.5 percent. Our FY’21 Revenue stands at USD 10.175 billion, a growth of 2.4 percent year-on-year and a net income growth of 13.2 percent (ex milestone bonus),” HCL Technologies President and CEO C Vijayakumar said.
The company has also registered the highest-ever new deal booking this quarter of USD 3.1 billion with an all-time high exit pipeline, he added.
HCL won 19 new large deals in the fourth quarter across industry verticals.