Wovenware Expands Operations; Moves Headquarters to New San Juan Location
Wovenware, a U.S. nearshore provider of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and software development services and solutions, announced that it has tripled the size of its corporate headquarters, moving the company’s operations to a 13,000-square-foot facility on Calle Los Angeles in San Juan, Puerto Rico, only a half-mile from its previous location. The move was made to accommodate the company’s expanding staff and client base, as well as its growing portfolio of services and solutions.
“Our new, modern offices provide a collaborative and dynamic work environment for our employees, where they can be comfortable to innovate together and bring solutions to life for clients.”
“We are committed to expanding our presence in Puerto Rico and across the U.S., as we deliver on our promise to provide customers with advanced AI-based solutions as well as other innovative digital transformation services,” said Christian Gonzalez, CEO, Wovenware. “Our new, modern offices provide a collaborative and dynamic work environment for our employees, where they can be comfortable to innovate together and bring solutions to life for clients.”
New Headquarters Keeps Pace with Company Growth
The new corporate headquarters, located in the neighborhood of Santurce, now houses the company’s expanding staff of more than 100 team members including software engineers, data scientists, and data specialists, as well as all administrative, business development and marketing operations. The modern facilities include more than 150 development positions and feature seven conference rooms, two stand up areas, private phone booths, a quiet lounge, a maternity private area, a wellness room, lockers and a kitchen, among other additions that improve the employee experience.
Since the beginning of 2019, Wovenware has experienced significant growth in its nearshore delivery model for software engineering and AI services and solutions, bringing on strategic new customers in areas, such as insurance, healthcare, telecommunications and defense.
To accommodate this growth, the company has added more than 48 employees, since January alone, in software development and data services. It also continues to hire at all levels for a variety of roles.
Wovenware and its executives, also have received industry recognition for their expertise in AI and other disruptive technologies. In June 2019, the company was recognized by industry-leading research firm, Forrester, in its study, All Enterprises Need (Computer) Vision. In the report, Forrester describes the four most established use cases for computer vision. Wovenware was listed along with only one other provider for creating labeled training datasets for computer vision solutions.
Wovenware and its employees also remain committed to giving back to the community, with leadership on the board of Abre Puerto Rico, an organization that works to enable greater government transparency across Puerto Rico; active involvement with ConPRmetidos, a community organization committed to rebuilding Puerto Rico; and Grupo Guayacan, which works to support Puerto Rico’s entrepreneurs.