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Qentelli plans to expand centers in Hyderabad

Franchise India Bureau
Franchise India Bureau Aug 07 2018 - 2 min read
Qentelli plans to expand centers in Hyderabad
The three-year-old company is also working with startups from T-Hub and plans to make strategic investments in some of them. Qentelli works as a platform for startups to provide their services to big enterprises.

US-based quality engineering and DevOps Solutions Company Qentelli Solutions is planning to expand its centre in Hyderabad by 2019. With a current team size of 170 in the city, the software development company plans to hire more 300 people even as it aims to move into its own facility in the next one year. In addition, it also plans to hire 250 people to serve one specific client from the same facility. Overall, it plans to add 500 people to its current employee count.

“We started our operations in Hyderabad in 2016 and since then we have grown and have three different spaces set up. Due to the growing need, we have decided to have our own set-up and consolidate all our employees in one place. Thus, we are moving to a 30,000 square feet facility in Hyderabad which can house more than 500 employees and this will happen by 2019,” said Sanjay Jupudi, founder and president, Qentelli Solutions.

Qentelli is targeting revenues of $100 million by 2021 and plans to have 3,000 employees in both US and India offices by the same time. With a current revenue of $20 million, the company provides digital transformation services to big and small enterprises. It concentrates on blockchain, big data and artificial intelligence.

Qentelli serves about 30 clients, out of which 10 are Fortune 100 companies. Its clients are food, banking and airlines segments. In the last three years, it has filed six patents, whose approvals are pending. “We have invested about $500,000 and have been able to sustain the company through internal accruals. We plan to concentrate more on developing products that address problems of manual,” said Prasanna Singaraju, co-founder and chief of engineering and technology, Qentelli.

The three-year-old company is also working with startups from T-Hub and plans to make strategic investments in some of them. Qentelli works as a platform for startups to provide their services to big enterprises.

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