Work management SaaS company Kissflow becomes the first occupant of WTC Chennai
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Kissflow Inc., a work management SaaS business, is the first to move into Chennai’s World Trade Centre (WTC). Kissflow’s 350 employees who have accepted the company’s industry-first Remote+ hybrid work style will be housed at WTC Chennai.
Kissflow Inc., a work management SaaS, becomes the first company to occupy space at Chennai’s World Trade Centre (WTC). The WTC is run by Brigade Group, which has the exclusive rights to operate WTCs in South India.
The 350 employees of Kissflow who have accepted the company’s industry-first Remote+ hybrid work style will be housed in the space.
In a press release, Suresh Sambandam, CEO of Kissflow, said that as businesses worldwide began to wind down their physical presence and operations, the corporation decided early this year to take a different approach.
We grew to a multi-product company in 2020 and doubled in employee count. We wanted to offer the best workspace for our employees in terms of scale, resources, and efficiency. So, we see this move into the WTC Chennai as a natural next step in our journey to bring to the world the finest in digital work technology and tools.Suresh Sambandam, CEO of Kissflow
Kissflow is a provider of a unified digital workplace. 10,000+ customers use its no-code and low-code work management solutions in 160 countries to build a digital workplace where work is completed smoothly. More than 50 Fortune 500 firms are customers of Kissflow, according to Crunchbase.
The World Trade Center in Chennai is a 28-story commercial complex located in Perungudi, Chennai, India. It was completed in March last year. The facility has a total area of 1,800,000 square feet of office space. A conference-cum-exhibition facility is also part of the complex. The center is a member of the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA).