Asolvi continues expansion by appointing a new project manager and a new technical consultant

Jul 11, 2018 • AsolviNewsSathivel Adrin AnusanthSoftware and AppsStuart PageTesseract

Sathivel Adrin Anusanth has joined Asolvi's global workplace to play a key role in implementations of the cloud-based Tesseract product, Asolvi's longest-standing service management solution.

Sathivel will be working with the consultancy team to ensure smooth, successful delivery of Tesseract to customers. Comprehensive yet easy to use, Tesseract has been a market favourite since 1985 and continues to optimise the service chains of thousands of organisations in the field service industry all over Europe.

Sathivel brings 15 years' experience in delivering IT solutions to the B2B market in Europe, Asia and Africa, and has a good understanding of the cultural values and variations and diverse customer needs in those markets.

He has successfully managed many large banking and finance projects on time and on a budget, exceeding customer expectations along the way. His expertise at both technical and commercial levels enables him to help customers in a multitude of industries identify the right solution for their business needs.

Asolvi's new technical consultant, Stuart Page, will help bring the benefits of its well-established Tesseract service management product to field service organisations Europe-wide.

Tesseract is Asolvi's longest-running application and known for its extensive functionality and user-friendly interfaces. Stuart is expected to be involved in all technical aspects of a Tesseract implementation, from solution scoping to installation and rollout. His remit includes project work and upgrades to the latest version of the Tesseract system for existing customers.

Stuart brings 18 years of experience in deployment of business solutions, primarily ERP, helpdesk and quoting systems, working closely with clients' technical staff as well as management representatives and end users.

"That fact that Asolvi is a business consultancy as well as a software provider is what drew me to it," says Stuart. "It's not just concerned with selling software. It cares about making sure its customers succeed and are profitable in their respective industries. I was also drawn by its significant European and international presence and ongoing expansion plans. Asolvi is determined to play a key role in shaping the future of field service for businesses of all sizes, particularly those finding it difficult to compete. I'm excited to be a part of that."

Stuart and Sathivel are the latest in a string of hires as Asolvi moves to position itself as the leading provider of service management software for small and medium-sized enterprises across Europe.

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