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Xavient bags three at 11th annual 2016 IT World Awards

Updated: Jul 16, 2016 13:07 IST

Noida (Uttar Pradesh), July 16 (ANI-Newsvoir): Xavient Information Systems, an IT consulting and software services company based out of Noida, Uttar Pradesh, has won three awards at the 11th Annual Network PG's 2016 IT World Awards. It secured the Gold Winner in the 'Best IT Company of The Year (Services)' category; Silver Winner in the 'IT Project of The Year" category and Bronze Winner in the 'Best Deployment and Case Studies' category The annual IT World Awards recognition program encompasses the world's best in organizational performance, products and services, technologies, executives and management teams, successful deployments, product management and engineering, customer satisfaction, and public relations in every area of information technology. Saif Ahmad, President and CEO - Xavient Information Systems, said, "We are honoured and delighted to have received this appreciation at the IT World Awards. This has well validated our efforts in delivering the best solutions to our clients, across theglobe." An equally thrilled Executive Vice President (India), Mr. Arshad Majeed said, "Extremely happy for the three prestigious recognitions, we are elated to share the good news." Robert Hallahan, Vice President, who attended the red carpet ceremony said, "We are proud to receive these awards and to be a part of this elite community of leading technology award winners." Founded in 2002, Xavient Information Systems strives to consistently deliver excellence through simple yet powerful solutions and personalized service while continuously investing in technology innovations, aligned with emergent market dynamics. The California headquartered company has about 80 per cent of its 3,000 plus employees based in India and as a global IT consulting and software services company, Xavient focusses on transforming business ideas into effective solutions and believes that not their words but their performance speaks for them. (ANI-Newsvoir)