Xalient CEO features in Computer Weekly’s Most Influential Women in UK Tech
8th July 2020
Sherry Vaswani, CEO and Founder of Xalient, has been listed in Computer Weekly’s Most Influential Women in UK Tech 2020.
Having an eye for technology, and a keen entrepreneurial spirit, Sherry founded the Worldstone Group in 1994, growing it to be a successful IT managed service business that was acquired in 2012 by a major global carrier.
Fast forward to 2014, Sherry identified a new and disruptive market opportunity and so set herself another challenge – establishing Xalient – since grown to be an established global provider of network transformation solutions and service with a portfolio of customers including well-known brands such as Kellogg’s, Hamleys and Keurig Dr. Pepper.
Her reputation has been built on helping global enterprises accelerate their digital transformation, and achieve their wider business objectives, through implementing digital strategies and adopting innovative cloud technologies. Sherry’s keen focus on customers and employees and her relentless drive for service excellence, have ensured rapid growth for Xalient in the last 5 years, and with huge ambitions for the future.
The recognition as one of the Most Influential Women in UK Tech won’t come as a surprise to her colleagues, past or present, as not only does Sherry wave the flag for women in the tech industry herself, but she also encourages others to do the same, and is regularly involved in women in tech and diversity initiatives throughout the year.
Xalient was ‘born in the cloud’ where rapid deployment and remote management of new software-defined networks, cloud-driven security, access and communication solutions are the norm. We’re independent of solution providers and carriers, so our clients have choice and we offer tailored, not standard solutions. Our strong business understanding and deep technical know-how, combined with market leading AI-driven managed services, make us a natural choice for forward-thinking global enterprises.