Davra Storms MQ
Davra, world-leading private IIoT platform company have announced it is opening a new office in Rome, Italy to support the company’s aggressive growth plan in the IIoT platform market.
Plans to develop operations in Rome, Italy were initiated by the need to expand Davra’s brand recognition through consolidating market share in Europe, The Middle East and Africa as their third global location will focus on growth in these regions.
The new Italian office will allow Davra to expand their existing customer base in Utilities, Energy, Healthcare, Transportation, Telecommunications, Logistics, Manufacturing and Smart Buildings and provide support and mentoring to local partners & clients.
“The opening of Davra’s new Rome office is also an important step towards reaching our goals of extending collaboration with Universities and Research Bodies, while leveraging the existing relationships with international academia like MIT, Trinity College and Dublin City University for AI and Big Data” said Paul Glynn, Davra CEO. “The new office will be the latest of many important initiatives for the company in 2020 and it’s particularly satisfying that we have been able to take this step in the midst of the current global economic uncertainty. With the IIoT market continuing to grow at a rapid pace, this is a strategic and important decision for Davra to grow our business and extend our reach to existing and new clients”.
The IIoT industry has recently undergone huge transitions, as up to 94% of international companies are expected to have adopted IIoT in some way by 2021. Davra has been included in Gartner’s 2019 Industrial Internet of Things, positioned as the Leading True-born IoT platform. Davra is the IoT Platform behind some of the best known and loved IoT Solutions and Applications.