Sir Lockwood Smith was joined by the Mayor of Slough, Cllr Mohammed Rasib, at Gentrack to open its new UK office in Hatfield Road.
Ian Black, chief executive of Gentrack, said: “We are very honoured the High Commissioner and the Mayor of Slough have agreed to attend the opening and cut the ribbon to officially open our new UK offices.
“The new base is ideal for the company to continue to serve our clients with distinction and has excellent potential for expansion in the future.
“We look forward to working alongside other local businesses in Slough, the local council and local residents to develop our reputation locally as well as internationally across our target sectors in the utilities and airport markets.”
Gentrack, which was originally founded in New Zealand, is a developer of specialist software for energy utilities, water companies and airports around the world.