US-based Qentelli expand its presence in Hyderabad


The US-based Qentelli, an IT company is all set to expand its presence in India in a big way.

The company which has its global development center in Hyderabad is reportedly aiming for $1 billion valuations by the end of 2023. The company is expanding its operations globally and hiring over 1,000 people by the end of 2022, out of which 700 would be for Hyderabad center alone.

The company caters to wide-ranging industries such as healthcare, BFSI, eCommerce, retail, and aviation. It serves over 100 plus active customers spread across North America, Asia, Australia, Canada, and Europe. The company also sees opportunities to cater to clients in Singapore and the Middle East.

Qentelli last month acquired NCS Technologies, a New Jersey-based technology company. Going forward, the company will focus on hyper-automation, data analytics, cloud computing, serverless architecture, machine learning and artificial intelligence.

The company helps organizations accelerate digital transformation through the adoption of mainstream technologies such as DevOps, automation, cutting-edge technologies such as machine learning, deep learning, and its home-grown artificial intelligence infused frameworks.

Rashi Srivastava, EVP, Qentelli, stated, “Hyderabad is our global development center while the company is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. There are also teams in North America. In India, we have adopted a hybrid model and had been hiring engineers from across India. We carry out innovation, product development, automation, Salesforce, DevOps, and other practices. We have multiple centers of excellence (CoEs).”

The company has about 900 employees and of the 1,000 additional professionals who will be hired by 2022-end, 70 percent will be in India (primarily Hyderabad) and 30 percent will be in other geographies.

She added, “Qentelli has a dedicated innovation lab and has developed a suite of AI-infused frameworks and products that help accelerate transformation by improving the time-to-market to realize a return on investment sooner. We have made significant investments in AI technologies, specifically in machine & deep learning.”

The company plans to hire DevOps professionals – cloud, AngularJS, NodeJS and UI / UX Devs, full-stack developers with experience in AWS, Azure or relevant tech, automation engineers (Selenium and TOSCA), performance engineers, .Net developers, SAP professionals (ABAP, SD, Concur and FICO). This is to meet the demands of its new business wins on digital transformation and delivering future-ready applications to customers.