Indian multinational Winjit Technologies sets up US base in New York

Winjit, a technology solutions provider with more than 10 years of experience in enabling tech solutions for organisations across the globe, has cemented its global network of delivery centres by opening an office in the US.

Having their new base camp in the US was a natural progression following the “overwhelming response” that the Winjit team garnered from US visitors at the launch of its IoT Gateway at the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Besides the IoT capabilities, the US team will be replicating Winjit’s Fintech expertise which has set a new benchmark in the UK market as well. As a precursor for its US office, Winjit has already made a mark for itself as a game changer for the smart city initiatives by participating in the knowledge driven platform of MIT Media Lab’s Kumbathon. As a front runner for Enterprise Mobility Solutions, Winjit’s expert Mobility Framework would be another business driver for the US Market.

Mr. Vignesh Iyer, VP- sales, Winjit Technologies
Mr. Vignesh Iyer, VP sales, Winjit Technologies

Commenting on his vision for the newly announced US Office, Mr. Vignesh Iyer, VP- sales, Winjit Technologies said, The US is one of the most vibrant tech markets in the world. With Winjit’s current capabilities through our presence in more than 45 countries, we are confident of offering the most viable enterprise solutions to our US customers. With our robust R&D practices we shall be able to exercise the most suitable technology customer engagements.”

For its IoT capabilities, Winjit caters to a plethora of industrial verticals like industrial enterprises, manufacturing, energy & mining, and smart city projects.

With aggressive plans for the US market, the team aims to be able to expand on its team strengths into the other US regions in near future.

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