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Auxenta’s expertise empowers Aswat Telecom to aggressively expand Middle-East operations

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From left: Aswat CEO Renaud de Gonfreville, Auxenta CEO Prasath Nanayakkara, Aswat CTO Eric Ouisse

The Auxenta team

Auxenta has partnered with ASWAT to help the telecom company expand its Middle-East operations by leaps and bounds. 

Since its inception in 2018 as a one-member team at Aswat, Auxenta has grown from strength to strength, and has expanded rapidly to a large team. The diversity and expertise within its team at Aswat ensures that Auxenta can provide customers with the highest quality service in software testing, mobile technology, and managed services. An example assignment includes creating a voice chat bot via Google Assistant and creating graphs from analytical data relating to customer trends using Big Data. Auxenta, catering to the various needs of ASWAT, is building a relationship-based business principle with its client relationship at its centre and helping Aswat to geographically expand its reach. 

Headquartered in Silicon Valley, USA, Auxenta is an innovative software engineering services and technology product consulting company. It works with enterprises, independent software vendors (ISVs), startups and non-profit organisations. The ethos of the company is to enable digital transformation by leveraging a focused set of service offerings. The company offers state-of-the-art software engineering, cloud services, cross platform mobile app development and digital transformation expertise to its clients, while maintaining a pristine focus on cutting edge QA services. Auxenta’s services enable their clients to focus on their creative insights and business goals while the company manages their innovation initiatives with a high degree of creativity.

Auxenta Quality Assurance Director Keith Abeyratne stated, “It was a challenging task to work remotely and ensure standard practices are being established at ASWAT, but with great teamwork, it was possible.” He went on to add that they started the relationship with ASWAT as a QA engagement for manual testing and gradually moved into API and performance testing. 

Commenting further, Auxenta Founder, Chairman and CEO Prasath Nanayakkara said, “Our expertise and intervention across a multitude of services such as QA lifecycle maintenance, API automation, API testing and UI automation unfailingly fulfil customer goals. We are pleased to note that our partnership with ASWAT telecom has helped the Dubai-based company expand its reach further across the region, supported by our methodologies.”

Auxenta’s global clients are distributed into multiple industry verticals including Telco, Financial Services, Logistics, Security, Capital Markets, Apparel and Manufacturing. Auxenta provides high value IT services complemented by innovative software products. Having its roots in Sri Lanka, the firm was founded in 2014 in the global startup capital, Silicon Valley.


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