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New HCLTech AI Force Accelerates Time-to-Value, Transforms Software Development and Engineering Lifecycles


Over the last several days, fellow Future of Work News writer and editor Greg Tavarez penned two stories about multinational technology company HCLTech. The first covered HCLTech’s FlexSpace 5G launch – this leverages the power and security of Verizon’s 5G network and HCLTech’s established partnerships with top hardware providers to deliver XaaS success – and the second detailed the recent announcement of HCLTech’s partnership with ServiceNow, the cloud-based business operations and automation platform.

Of course, there’s always more to cover; so go today’s rapid news cycles.

Today’s again pertains to HCLTech (and even relates to its goings-on with ServiceNow, as that revolves around transformative generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) capabilities that enable cross-department cost-saving opportunities for businesses looking to enhance efficiencies.

Specifically, HCLTech announced the launch of HCLTech AI Force.

Let’s long-story-short version this coverage for you, readers:

“Step into the future with HCLTech AI Force,” the company describes, “a dynamic suite of GenAI-powered solutions designed to inject intelligence into every facet of software and engineering workflows. From software development to support and maintenance, our responsible AI-driven approach reshapes processes for maximum efficiency.”

HCLTech AI Force is a full-stack solution tailored to meet unique business requirements by intuitively (and securely) leveraging GenAI to modernize efficient workplace environments.

This solution features, as laid out by HCLTech:

  • AI Force Dev – Elevate product efficiency via intelligent engineering to enhance product experiences and drive seamless development.
  • AI Force Test – Redefine preventative quality assurance by easily automating testing procedures, pinpointing defects, tracking progress and optimizing testing cycles to bolster application reliability.
  • AI Force Data – Reinforce data analysis processes with simple-to-use visualization tools to uncover measurable and actionable insights for accelerated (and more informed) decision-making opportunities.
  • AI Force Support – Proactive care means incidents are resolved swiftly to make possible smoother operations and improved client satisfaction.
  • AI Force Accessibility – HCLTech’s inclusive designs ensure each user is able to engage with products effortlessly by seamlessly integrating accessibility features (while adhering to necessary industry standards).

Overall, this patented suite (built on Azure OpenAI and integratable with Microsoft GitHub Copilot while also being system agnostic) equips users with highly customizable GenAI-based means through which intelligence can be utilized better throughout software development workflows.

“We take great pride in spearheading the art of possible in AI and are thrilled to unveil this exciting innovation," said Vijay Guntur, President of Engineering and R&D Services at HCLTech. "This platform is a true game-changer and some of our pilots with clients in the technology and financial services industries have delivered extremely encouraging outcomes."

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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