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KTR to launch Techwave Consulting facility today

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Techwave Consulting Inc, a US headquartered, a global system integrator, will open its second office in Hyderabad in Phoenix aVance business park in Madhapur. This new facility will be formally inaugurated by Information Technology Minister K.T. Rama Rao here on Saturday.

Techwave CEO Damodar Rao Gummadapu informed that opening up second office in Hyderabad is part of his company’s global expansion plans. This new facility is being inaugurated after we opened our operations in Middle East, APAC and further expansion in USA, he said.

The new facility will not only serve as our Global Delivery Centre (GDC), supporting Techwave’s clients from across the globe, but also achieve 600 people GDC goal we laid out for the year 2015, informed Rajasekhar Gummandapu, COO. In addition to providing global support, this location enables a state of the art Remote Infrastructure management (RIM) services using integrated monitoring facility built in new Global Development Center. Techwave has secured a prominent place in global market for its ERP, Business Analytics and EPM solution implementation services.

The newly opened GDC will help expand delivery of premium services such as Cloud Computing, Big Data Analytics and advanced data mining from Hyderabad. This will not only help clients get these services from an established firm, but also at the most cost effective approach using the delivery model from offshore, said Damodar Rao Gummadapu. It is typical to use offshore services for a routine and maintenance work for the client, but Techwave is redefining offshore leveraging this model to help clients with premium services in emerging technologies.

Techwave is planning to recruit various professionals for this new Hyderabad location to further develop various emerging technology services practices from Hyderabad. Our goal is to increase employee base in Hyderabad to 1000 and globally 1500. This we would like to achieve by the end of December 2016, informed Damodar Rao. (INN)