The chairman of HCL Info Systems said on Thursday that his company is seriously looking at Iraq’s needs and considering entering the Iraqi market.
This statement was made during the opening of the 30th session of the Jet-ex Exhibition for Information Technology in Dubai.
“We are looking seriously towards Iraq’s needs and trying to enter its markets. Our company is prepared to cover the needs of the Iraqi markets, providing technical solutions in the fields of defense, internal security, airports and railways, in addition to banking and education works, at a time when Iraq needs such technologies in the present time,” Agai Chodary told Aswat al-Iraq.
The said company specialises in information technology, with a investments reaching $5 billion [6 trillion Iraqi dinars], and is made up of two companies registered in India: HCL Technology and HCL Info systems.