Interview with Rajumohan Ramasamy, CEO at Xmplar

Interview with Rajumohan Ramasamy, CEO at Xmplar

SoftwareSuggest

July 17, 2020

With the advancement in technology and tools, businesses are growing at a rapid pace. Moreover, digitization and automation have become the two core elements of any organization’s success
An aim to help businesses meet customer needs with their products and services is what led to the inception of Xmplar. Right from Product Engineering to Mobile App Development and Application Support and Maintenance, Xmplar offers comprehensive solutions to optimize an organization’s existing resources.
Associated with Xmplar for more than 7 years, the CEO at Xmplar, Rajumohan Ramasamy, unveils some of their core values and competencies in his exclusive interview with SoftwareSuggest. Read on to know what makes them stay afloat!

In Conversation with Rajumohan Ramasamy, CEO at Xmplar

How long have you been working with this product?

I have been working with Xmplar for more than 7 Years.

What is the most interesting thing about your job?

Serve customers in delivering a product or solution to digitize/automate their business process and to exceed the customer expectations by overcoming the challenges which come on our way.

Are there any ideological principles that your organization follows to maintain the brand value?

Yes, our core value is to ensure that we deliver a successful project, and the customer derives value out of the solution/product delivered by us. Our solutions are more scalable and adaptable. Dependability, trustworthiness, and reliability are a few other key driving principles to maintain our brand value.

Considering the pace at which the SaaS market is growing, how important is it to keep innovating to stay in the game?

It’s very important to keep innovating to ensure that the TCO for the end customer comes down, and they really derive maximum benefits. Apart from the product functionality, we need to keep innovating to improve the usability of the application and technological enhancements to make sure the product really belongs to the class of “Cloud Native Application.”