In 2001, two young entrepreneurs fresh from engineering college embarked on a mission to make buildings smarter. What began as a 3-member startup in a 150 square foot office in Mumbai quickly grew into one of India’s leading master system integrators (MSIs) with 300+ personnel, six offices, 1,000+ completed projects, and 26 awards.
“Secutech helps buildings, cities, and industries accelerate their digital transformation through IoT,” says Aditya Prabhu, Co-founder and Group CEO at Secutech Automation India Pvt. Ltd. “We give customers a single view of their buildings’ performance by integrating data from various systems into our IoT platform. These insights help enhance a building’s efficiency, comfort, and security.”
Secutech’s clients include Fortune 500 giants like Google India, Adani, Reliance, Tata, and Cisco. The company’s work on the Cisco campus in Bangalore earned it the 2010 Buildy Award for the World’s Smartest Building.
“Since COVID-19, the demand for smart buildings has been driven by six key business imperatives—the need to protect occupant health and well-being, reduce operational costs, strengthen productivity and collaboration, improve sustainability, ensure security, and enable predictive building maintenance,” says Prabhu.
Secutech’s success lies not just in its technical ability to meet these needs, but also in its customer-first approach.
“We strive to respond proactively to customer expectations at every stage—from capturing their vision, to managing their projects, to meeting service requirements,” says Prabhu. “Being this proactive requires complete customer data transparency. And that’s where Salesforce has made a difference. It gives us real-time intelligence to drive sales, projects, and services.”