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Axienta brings fame to Sri Lanka’s IT industry by being named in Gartner Market Guide for Retail Exe


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Gartner, a US IT Advisory Company that compiles information technology related insight to global government and business leaders, recognises Axienta as a Representative Vendor in REM Vendors: Complementary Functionality. 

It is the first Sri Lankan company to be named in Gartner’s research for Retail Execution and Monitoring (REM). The Vantage technology offered by Axienta is a REM solution that includes Customer Management, Route Tracking and itinerary planning, product ordering, data capture of store conditions, and ability to work offline and synchronisers data when online. 

“We are proud to be the only Sri Lankan company to be recognised in 2017 by Gartner as a Representative Vendorin the region for Retail Execution and Monitoring Solutions, ensuring that the technology solutions and development that comes out of Sri Lanka is on par with global standards. The REM model developed by Axienta is equivalent to global leaders providing similar services, which provides clients the option of a standard REM platform or a customised option depending on their needs,” said Axienta CEO/Director Manju Fernando.

“We believe our presence in the Market Guide for Retail Execution and Monitoring Solutions for the Consumer Goods Industry showcases Axienta’s Vantage as a global product,” added Manju. “The Gartner Report mentions on cross-organisational transparency, fact-based recommendations and real-time decision making, which we currently provide our customer base; and are constantly improving functionality to enhance the customer experience. The world is constantly evolving and we are looking at new services to transform our physical world into a more effective and result oriented one at Axienta. Ensuring our clients have a seamless integration platform and data visualisation tool, leading to clear, actionable insights.”

REM or Sales Force Automation (SFA) systems are an integral part of any business model in this day and age for its administrative and CRM efforts, as it will empower the organisation with effective management of people and sales data. Offering this service in Sri Lanka, Axienta, an innovative Sri Lankan technology company that provides an integrated mobile platform for SFA solutions to organisations, to maximise revenues, cut operational costs and effectively manage sales opportunities. Its flexible customisation allows companies to easily configure the application to match their own unique sales methodology or sales process.  

 (Source: Gartner, Market Guide for 

Retail Execution and Monitoring Solutions for the Consumer Goods Industry, 12 December 2017.)

Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner’s research organisation and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.


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