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chief project officer,
robotics. We serve customers in multiple geogra-phies with multiple business needs. For example,
we’ve delivered software development projects for
Sweden’s PocketMobile and e-government projects
for Asia Digital Corp. in Vietnam.
How does a constantly changing technological
environment affect your project portfolio?
Our clients’ business needs are always changing.
So our projects don’t really end; development
always continues. The value chain should continue,
too. Our clients continuously have to bring new
features to market—and we have to keep delivering value to them. That’s why our PMO refers to
projects as continuous delivery engagements. We
see project delivery as client engagement.
Exilesoft knows it better deliver value—or else. “If we don’t keep feeding the product, a competi- tor with better features will come along and eat it,” says Thushara
Wijewardena. She has over 15 years of experience
as a software engineer and project professional. At
Exilesoft, which has offices in Australia, Norway,
Singapore, Sri Lanka and Sweden, Ms. Wijewardena oversees the project management office
(PMO) and its program managers as they execute
more than two dozen projects at a time.
What kinds of software does Exilesoft develop?
Our very diverse portfolio contains everything
from transactional business systems to sensors to
If we don’t
and eat it.