The sprawling new office space spread over 44,000 sq. ft. will house all the three business units of the company in Kenya – IT Solutions, IT Education & Training and BPO/ITES. The consolidation will result in greater collaboration and increased productivity and quality of work for its various clients across the globe.
“This state-of-the-art building with world class infrastructure is an investment in our future and accompanies the strategic plan we have for the continued global expansion of Techno Brain.” stated Manoj Shanker, Group CEO, Techno Brain
The ribbon cutting ceremony was presided over by the Guest of Honour, Honourable Dr Fred Matiangi, The Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Information, Communication & Technology. Dr Matiangi during his address said” I am lucky to be acquainted with the ways of Techno Brain, and I am always amazed by how much emphasis they place on development, generating employment, engaging with the community, developing leaders; qualities that positively impact our communities, our country and the world at large”
A leading technology company in Africa opening its own campus in Nairobi again puts Kenya in the lime-light as the epicentre of ICT development in the continent. The country will receive a major boost, both in monetary terms and as a knowledge-based investment, which will benefit it in the long run.
The move will also be a big shot in the arm for the youth of Africa and Kenya, as opportunities for learning, development and employment will increase manifold. Techno Brain’s capacity building investments for ‘Empowering Lives’ and ‘Africa 1st’ are well documented.
“Our new international headquarters puts us on equal footing with the world’s leading IT companies, and that’s exactly where we want to be. As a truly global African IT company, this is a very important step as we scale our technology and business to the next level. The new premises is a celebration of our past and a harbinger of greater things to come” added Manoj Shanker. Group CEO, Techno Brain