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HCL Software launches cloud-native Domino Application Development platform

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A leading global technology company, HCL Technologies announced the general availability of a secure enterprise application-development platform namely, Domino.  

This newest updated version is cloud-native, web & mobile-ready, and includes low code capability. All of the aforementioned features are unique in this industry. The application marks a major milestone to enrich the application development ecosystem from business users to professional IT developers, providing essential business value with a low cost of ownership. Domino powers more than 10 million apps, which run the business of almost 15,000+ companies worldwide, including global giants in the financial, automotive, and retail industries.  

The new Domino v12 is cloud-native with flexible backup deployment options and enhanced security. With the same infrastructure, one can build apps faster with low code. Apart from this, it also eliminates desktop client upgrades, which will help Domino apps and mail experiences be up to date.  

At 11.40 am on Wednesday, the share price of HCL Technologies was trading 0.72 per cent higher at Rs 974.00. 

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