IT company Nordic Intent realigns business verticals

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Goan IT company, Nordic Intent, recently consolidated some of its business verticals and brought it under a new company,  Kilowott. Founded in 2015,  Nordic Intent presently employs over 130 highly skilled tech professionals and is largely servicing clients across Europe and the Nordic regions.

Said Aaron Fernandez, partner and CEO,  Kilowott, “The year 2020 witnessed sweeping changes across the globe as humanity is still adapting to the new normal. We at Nordic Intent embraced that change. We have streamlined and consolidated some of our

offerings into a single entity, Kilowott. It seems like a big change. However our core philosophy stays the same – to offer cutting-edge digital solutions in a global marketplace to enhance digital customer experience.”

Acknowledging the changes witnessed in markets globally, Aaron added, “There is a significant uptick in the quantum of interest in brands wanting to expand their digital presence across geographies. We saw an opportunity and have realigned our strategy to meet the needs of the global business community.”

The realigned verticals are Creometric,  Kodework,  Fat Hamster Studio and Nine Stack. Pooling its strength into one, Kilowott is now a design and technology powerhouse that offers digital

transformation services, innovative solutions to digital challenges and best-in-class user experience design to craft enduring customer experiences.   Kilowott is poised to assist brands navigate through the digital maze and be future-ready.