Chetu strengthens UK presence with Birmingham office

US-based software solutions provider Chetu has strengthened its European presence after opening its newest office in Birmingham, England.

The new office will act as the headquarters for the supplier’s European and Middle Eastern markets, supporting Chetu’s European marketing team as well as the company’s expanded sales team of UK-based national account managers.

Serving as Chetu’s second office in Europe – outside of its Netherlands location, which opened in 2014 – the new Birmingham office will aid in the company’s international expansion, which the supplier hopes will ‘simplify the journey from concept to code for European proprietors.’

“The United Kingdom is proving to be an excellent market for fostering technological growth, and we are incredibly excited to be opening our newest office in the region, as well as connecting directly with the emerging tech ecosystems throughout the country,” said Atal Bansal, chief executive officer of Chetu.

“Thanks to the hard work and dedication of our team members, this new office marks the next era for Chetu, and we look forward to adding to our incredibly diverse, international Chetu family.”

The announcement of the new software delivery hub comes as Chetu approaches its 20th anniversary of operations.

Through opening the new office, the software solutions provider will continue to deliver real-time communication between its developers and United Kingdom-based clients, as well as providing clients ‘with the mechanisms required to enhance their current IT systems.’

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