Axiaware Wins Major Lotus Notes and Domino Assessment Contract
Axiaware today announced it has won a new contract to perform a complete Lotus Notes and Domino systems application assessment for a major regional insurance company. The announcement caps a year in which Axiaware has gone from a well-kept secret in the industry to a growing force in legacy systems and user experience design.
“I am extremely proud of my team and our record of successful outcomes for clients,” said Axiaware President and CEO Bradley Powell. “This contract win, as well as Axiaware’s great success over the past year, is a testament to our ability to provide superior value for our clients.”
Axiaware’s success over the past year also came as the company undertook a complete re-branding. Aided by Marshall Strategic Marketing, the company changed its name from JX2 Professional Software Services to Axiaware and undertook a re-positioning strategy to better communicate the company’s value proposition in a crowded software development market.
The new contract, a project to systematically assess hundreds of applications built on the Lotus Notes and Domino platform, is evidence both of the success of the re-branding, and Axiaware’s previous record of delivering value for clients.
Leading institutions rely on Axiaware for world-class planning, design and implementation of revenue-generating software products. Axiaware’s focus on the financial services industry endows it with the business experience, insight and institutional knowledge necessary to be successful in today’s financial services marketplace.
The company approaches client relationships as long-term partnerships, engaging each project from the requirements planning stage through completion and followup. Axiaware does not offshore resources or engage in simple coding outsourcing. It is a full service consultancy to the financial services industry.
Axiaware means software with value.