Indian IT Sector recorded strong growth during September ended quarter FY22. The pandemic has accelerated the pace of transition towards digital transformation and it is evident from the quarterly numbers reported by the industry players. HCL Tech has reported 10.5% revenue growth in constant currency basis beating the estimates on account of the strong performance of the service segment. HCL Technology posted the digital segment of the business contributes significantly to the overall portfolio. HCL Tech recorded positive growth in net income at 3.9% YOY basis.
Application services, Digital consulting, Data analytics, Engineering services and cloud services contribute 85% of the overall growth. The service portfolio recorded 13.1% growth (YOY) and 5.2% sequential growth in constant currency. The Mode -2 offerings include IT & Business Services and Engineering & R&D services. Mode-2 offerings recorded strong positive growth of 36.3% YOY on account of the acceleration in demand for cloud migration and digital services.
The Product & Platform segment recorded degrowth of -5.5% YOY and -8% on a sequential basis due to few deal deferrals in the P& P segment to the next quarter. The P&P segment is expected to rebound during the remaining part of the year. However, the P&P segment yearly growth is expected to be tepid for FY22 and might recover in the coming years.
IT companies’ margins for the quarter took a hit across the industry. The elevated attrition level has led to higher employee wages and supply side challenges. HCL recorded attrition levels of 15.5% in Q2FY22 vs 12.2% in Q2FY21. The EBITDA margins for this quarter took a hit and came down to 23.4% in Q2FY22 vs 26.60% in Q2FY21 on account of prevailing higher wage inflation in the IT Sector.
The new deal wins remain robust in this quarter as well. TCV of new deal wins recorded 38% YOY growth in Q2FY22 at US$2.24 billion on account of 14 new large deal wins. US$ 100 million + clients are up by 1 YOY basis, US$ 50 million clients are up by 12 YOY basis, US$ 20 million clients are up by 18 YOY basis.
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