DhanInfo, a data processing firm that services property preservation and inspection companies founded in India, has announced that it has established an office in the United States. The new location aligns the company with U.S. compliance regulations, which requires firms to outsource data processing services within the country.
According to a press release, the U.S. office will enable the company to widen its service and network of clientele. With more than 50 clients and 10 years of experience, DhanInfo is focused on working with banks and securing contracts with the government. DhanInfo's India office will remain in operation.
DhanInfo will leverage its expertise in the information technology field and plans to create streamlined solutions for U.S.-based firms.
Sarvesh Agrawal, Co-Founder of DhanInfo, explained that the expansion will help bridge the gap between outsourced companies and government regulation. "Many firms just don't have the human or technical resources to be able to process their own data," he said. "As a result, they need to outsource this key function, but the problem is that regulators are starting to say that they can't look overseas for a data processing company. We've fixed that issue by bringing our cost-effective services to the U.S."