Virtusa wins three Stevies | Sunday Observer

Virtusa wins three Stevies

Virtusa Corporation, has been awarded three Stevie Awards at the 2017 American Business Awards; a Gold award for Most Innovative Technology Company of the Year and two Bronze awards for New Product or Service of the Year – Software – Cloud Application/Service for the company’s Cloud Migration Factory and its Provider Lifecycle Management (PLM) platforms.

“We’re honored to receive these Stevie Awards in recognition of being one of the most innovative companies in the technology industry today,” said Global Head of Engineering, Virtusa Chandika Mendis, . “The platform we have created aims at elevating the engineering IQ of the organization, driving smart automation, and actively engaging every role within the SDLC to deliver exceptional performance through transparency and gamification. This philosophy has helped us drive engineering transformation initiatives for some of our largest clients, helping them create a culture ready to take on the disruptive innovation the market demands,” she said.

In the Most Innovative Technology Company of the Year category, Virtusa was honoured for its wide spectrum of proprietary tools, designed to spur innovation across systems development life cycle (SDLC) and DevOps to automate processes, empower employees, and augment productivity.

These tools include InsightLive, which focuses on developer engagement to drive productivity and quality, and Centroid, its multi-channel digital automation solution. Additionally, the company received recognition for its V+ proprietary internal platform developed to transform the way one works, learns, shares, connects, and grows with colleagues and clients, ultimately improving business agility, productivity, and innovation.

As a Bronze winner for New Product or Service of the Year – Software – Cloud Application/Service, Virtusa was recognized for its Cloud Migration Factory and Provider Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions.Cloud Migration Factory provides organizations with an effective strategy and journey for cloud migration, which focuses on improving business capability, at the same time reducing overall total cost of ownership.

The factory uses proven automation tools and repeatable processes.Virtusa’s PLM solution, powered by Salesforce and a Certified Fullforce solution, is built to reduce healthcare provider onboarding time while improving transparency, user experience, and satisfaction.

“Cloud computing is a paradigm shift and a catalyst in digital transformation,” said Amit Khanna, senior vice president, Cloud Practice, Virtusa. “We are honored to receive the Stevie award for our cloud capabilities.”Baskar Mohan, Healthcare practice leader, Virtusa, said, “The PLM platform addresses the many challenges payers face in prospecting, contracting, onboarding, credentialing, pricing configuration and servicing of providers. With differentiated features around robotic automation, pre-built Integrations, and automated roster file management.


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