IT and engineering major Techwave has announced the opening of a new office in Brisbane, Australia. The move is part of the company's strategy to expand its operations and enhance its service offerings in the region. The new facility, which covers over 1,100 square meters, includes modern workspaces and collaborative areas designed to support the company's growing team in Australia, said a statement.
The Brisbane office represents a significant investment by technology firm in its Australian operations, indicating the company's commitment to the region. Techwave offers a range of telecommunications solutions, including wireline, SAED wireless engineering, network design, and construction.
In addition to telecommunications, the company provides solutions in the Utilities sector, leveraging technologies such as geospatial technologies, AI/ML applications, Data Managed Services, IT Solutions, and digital transformation strategies.
At the inauguration of the Brisbane office, Damodar Rao Gummadapu, co-founder & chairman, Techwave, said: “The inauguration of our Brisbane office marks a pivotal step in our global strategy. This facility underscores our commitment to our clients and our workforce, aiming to continue delivering value.”
Company's service portfolio includes enterprise solutions, product & platform engineering, robotic process automation (RPA), advanced analytics, Cloud & DevOps, AI/ML, SAP, and IoT solutions.
“This new office is more than just a workspace; it reflects our vision and commitment to excellence. We aim to redefine collaboration and innovation standards in our industry,” said Srinivas Penmetsa, vice president & regional head of Techwave Australia.
Founded in 2004 and headquartered in Houston, Texas, Techwave has grown to employ over 4,000 professionals across 11 countries.