Texas-based AgileCraft is the latest global tech company to call Victoria home.

The company will open its Asia Pacific headquarters in Melbourne early next year, creating up to 60 new jobs.

The company, which specialises in simplifying software for large organisations, plans to establish a software development hub in Victoria by 2018.

This will add extensive expertise to Victoria's booming digital tech sector.

Founded in 2013, AgileCraft counts major global companies including Southwest Airlines, AT&T and the Australian Tax Office among its list of clients.

AgileCraft  is the latest in a long list of global leaders to set up regional headquarters in Victoria over the past 12 months, including Hired, Slack, GoPro and Square.

Since November 2014, there have been more than 2,140 new tech jobs created in Victoria from investment alone.

This has significantly boosted the state's tech sector which now employs more than 83,000 people across approximately 8,000 companies.