m-hance is extending its international market presence in India with the opening of a new office situated in Pune. m-hance’s new office will act as a technical development centre of excellence to support its product development drive to launch over 20 new intellectual property (IP) solutions to customers in its key vertical markets in 2013.
Formed through acquisition in November 2011, Tech Track 100 listed company m-hance has rapidly expanded and achieved record sales growth of 45% in 2012 following several new customer wins including Hewden, Kier Group and Dorchester Collection. m-hance is currently supported by 240 staff from eight locations across the UK, Ireland and the United States.
m-hance India will be headed up by the company’s Marketing Director, Claire Carter, who will be splitting her time between the UK and India operation. The move to m-hance’s new office in Pune will create up to 30 new jobs in software development, consulting, support, technical / managed services and general management as it prepares to bring new products and services to market quickly and efficiently to achieve its ambitious growth plans.
Andrew Hayward, Managing Director of m-hance, comments, “2013 promises to be a very exciting one for m-hance as we envisage considerable opportunities and strategies for increasing our revenues from international markets. The opening of our new technical development centre in India is a key focus for us as we strive to deliver ongoing product and value enhancements to our customers, which include significantly investing in cloud, social and mobile technologies to meet their increased demands for greater efficiency.”
Hayward continues, “m-hance India is a fresh, exciting company, backed by an established UK parent with a 25-year trading history. We are actively hiring the best talent in the UK and India to fill a variety of roles to complement our existing teams and share our considerable worldwide knowledge to continually improve our service offering. This will enable us to quickly extend our business in promising, untapped markets in order to maximise future growth.”