To strengthen presence in gaming & animation, data analytics, robotic process automation and wearable segments
Hyderabad: Digital solutions company Kilowott which has spread its presence in the Nordic region is eyeing growth in gaming & animation, data analytics, robotic process automation and wearable segments globally. Till date, the company has executed over 2,500 design and development projects, with an increase in demand for digital products.
Over 60 per cent of the work comes from Scandinavia and other European markets while there is also activity in America and the UK. It primarily caters to construction, medtech, pharma, automobile and fintech sectors.
Kilowott, with its production and operations in Goa, and marketing offices in Norway, Netherlands and Germany, is currently looking to establish its presence in Hyderabad and Bengaluru, as there is a lot of talent base in animation. The 140-employee company aims to touch 500 in three years, the company’s top official said.
The company offers mobile applications, full-stack, gamification, wearable applications, user experience interface, web design and development. It also developed ngX Framework, a proprietary digital tool that helps in executing its projects. Founded in 2015 by Aaron Fernandez, eldest of the three brothers, to be later joined by his brothers Caleb and Judah, Kilowott served companies such as Craft, Bosch, Marriott, Mazda, Netflix, Nissan, Nickelodeon and Radisson.
Judah Fernandez, co-founder, Kilowott, told Telangana Today, “We see a big potential to grow in mobile games and animation. We have gamified several mobile applications. We are building competence in this space right now and expect to take up more projects in the coming quarters of 2021. We have also built an application in the wearables space. This segment is constantly evolving, driven by the growing fitness culture. In the near future, it will open up more avenues for us.”
“Our comprehensive offerings include solutions to enhance CX (customer experience), augmented reality, virtual reality, and next-gen technologies such as analytics, artificial intelligence, internet of things to provide digital interfaces to companies across verticals. Over the years, we have developed deep knowledge on verticals such as construction, fintech, pharma and automobile. We are spreading our reach and ideating on a variety of projects with a focus on problem solving” he added.
Of the several projects that the company executed, he said, when a wardrobe furnishing company’s wholesale revenues got affected by Covid, Kilowott created an app that increased its customer engagement by 45 per cent. Fernandez added, “Kilowott also created a digital platform using Laravel web application for a physician to improve patients’ experience. For a US-based trading company, we built a platform to onboard users/traders, helping generate paid subscriptions and onboard over 20,000 users within a short span of time.”
“Several apps are being developed and introduced in the market and many are quickly becoming obsolete. Realising the fact that these apps should offer incremental value to users, we have been building apps that solve a specific problem and have a long-term application. We are looking at digitisation, automation and problem solving in everything that we are building today,” he emphasised.
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