Tata Technologies Ltd. has been awarded the coveted Verafirm Certification by BSA The Software Alliance, one of the leading advocates for the global software industry.
Verafirm certifications are awarded to enterprises whose Software Asset Management (SAM) programs are best-in-class and meet the benchmarks established by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO). This certification demonstrates the effectiveness of the world-class SAM practices at Tata Technologies that are aligned to the ISO 19770-1 standardised benchmarks.
The Verafirm certification gives enterprises an opportunity to achieve software compliance and efficient license optimisation while ensuring improved IT and business efficiencies. It thus empowers Tata Technologies to implement and maintain effective SAM processes that adhere to international best practices, enhance competence of businesses and are distinguished in today’s constantly evolving business scenario.
“This is a major achievement for Tata Technologies and we are absolutely thrilled to receive the Verafirm certification. This globally distinguished certificate recognises the effective governance and implementation of our IT asset management program that is aligned to internal frameworks and standards like ISO 19770. This in turn helps us serve our clients better,” commented Mr. Samir Yajnik, President Global Delivery & COO APAC, Tata Technologies.
“We congratulate Tata Technologies on achieving the globally recognised Verafirm Certification and for demonstrating their commitment towards upholding best practices for effective management of software assets and highest compliance standards,” said Seemin Qadiri, BSA Senior Director, Global Business Development and Marketing. She further commented, “Industry benchmarked software asset management practices are intrinsic to well-run and process driven organisations. Being a global leader, Tata Technologies has set an example for its peers to recognise the significance of effective software asset management as an important business tool.”