Software Company DVT to Launch in Kenya

Software Company DVT to Launch in Kenya (News Central TV)

DVT, a global software and solutions company, has announced the opening of its Kenyan office, which is located at Eaton Place along United Nations Crescent in Gigiri, Nairobi.

Don Omondi, who has been with DVT since its inception in Kenya, has been named Country Manager for DVT Kenya.

Country Manager for DVT Software in Kenya Don Omondi

He claims that Kenya has an enormous talent pool that is both skilled and adaptable, with several multinational technology companies recently establishing themselves in the country.

Since 2020, DVT has been building relationships and establishing a presence in Kenya, serving as an additional operational base of remote technical skills for DVT’s global customers.

The decision to open a permanent office comes after several years of steady international expansion and coincides with increased demand for DVT’s scarce software development and consulting skills.

“English is the official language spoken in Kenya and taught in all schools, which means Kenyan developers have an easy time communicating with overseas companies when work is outsourced.

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“It’s an often overlooked but important point and gives Kenya a huge competitive advantage over Asian countries, which have traditionally been a preferred outsourcing destination,” he said.

DVT’s clients in Kenya come from a variety of industries, including finance, telecommunications, manufacturing, education, and health.

“Our most popular services include providing highly skilled personnel for niche technologies such as Java, Microsoft Power BI and React, as well as non-technical personnel for roles as business analysts and program managers.

“Our Kenyan clients face numerous challenges, such as the ever-accelerating changes in technology, and the resulting need to innovate and keep up with the technological advancements,”

“Moreover, competition only gets stiffer over time, so creating new products – or, at the very least, adding features to existing ones – has become the bare minimum requirement for businesses to survive and succeed. We work closely with our clients to help them clear critical work backlogs, strategise and implement proofs of concept and improve their existing applications from a features and security standpoint,” said Omondi.

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DVT CEO Jaco van der Merwe says the Kenya office will play a critical role in DVT’s global expansion.

“Over the last couple of years, DVT has opened offices in various countries, but I am particularly excited about our office in Kenya. Nairobi has already proven to be an excellent location for us in terms of both clients and skilled professionals, particularly in custom software development.

“Don brings with him a wealth of experience in digital transformation and the management of software development teams and clients, and I’m looking forward to working with him in growing our presence in Kenya and expanding our delivery centre capacity in the service of global customers,” he says.

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DVT Kenya currently employs staff with diverse skills in technologies such as PHP, Java, Kotlin, React, .Net, Swift and Angular. More staff will be added soon as the company augments its technical skills with management skills.

“The office location is quite serene, surrounded by greenery and birdlife, so we’re able to provide a work environment that is quite different from the concrete jungle that has become synonymous with most office spaces in Nairobi,” said Omondi.

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