Creating an Onshore Answer for Offshore Software Development
DALLAS, Aug. 21/PRNewswire/ – Ayoka LLC, the onshore alternative to offshore software development, today announced that they have been selected as the 2006 Tech Titans Technology Advocate winner by the Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC). The MTBC, the largest technology trade association in Texas, awarded Ayoka for their unique approach to keeping America competitive on both the education and technology fronts.
“The MTBC is pleased that these awards continue to be as vibrant and prestigious as our leading technology companies and the vast regional infrastructure that supports them,” said Skip Moore, regional marketing managing partner for technology, media and communications, Deloitte & Touche LLP, and co-chair of the MTBC’s Tech Titans steering committee.
Ayoka’s founder and CEO Eknauth Persaud proudly accepted the Technology Advocate award and cited his experience in the United States Marine Corps as the source for his commitment to young people and the American economy. “The Ayoka business model creates a software development environment that instills confidence, work ethic, and creativity to graduate students in technology, while providing software development services to American entrepreneurs right here on our soil,” said Mr. Persaud, “This keeps America competitive both in education and on the global technology front.”
Mr. Persaud was also a Tech Titan finalist in two other categories, Tech Titan of the Future and Emerging Company CEO.
Ayoka is the onshore alternative to offshore software development. As a custom software design, development, and integration company, Ayoka specializes in providing affordable enterprise application development, e-commerce integration, and develops database backed web applications using J2EE, .NET, Ruby on Rails, Ajax, and SQL. Their University Relations™ and strong commitment to education allow them to keep outsourced software development affordable in the United States. This passion enables Ayoka to provide affordable software development services to clients in manufacturing, internet marketing, advertising, healthcare and VoIP.
Founded in 1994, the Metroplex Technology Business Council is a non-profit organization with approximately 350 member companies that include technology businesses and providers from across the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. The MTBC is dedicated to fostering a supportive business environment for technology companies and members of the technology community through leadership, advocacy, education and cooperative initiatives.
Source: Ayoka LLC