Ascentic is partnering up with Swedish-based consultancy company Amaceit to help public housing company Gotlandshem with the implementation and maintenance of their new public website. The contract covers the design and implementation of the new website, as well as further development and maintenance during a period of up to 7 years.
The new European Union Medical Device Regulation (MDR) specifies requirements for medical devices that are used in the EU, and Cuviva is one of the first platforms to be certified for Remote Patient Monitoring and Hospital at Home.
To meet the demand of international work experience, Ascentic has launched an International Rotation Program. Through the program, Ascenders gets to work during a longer period at the customer's site in Sweden.
Across the world, there’s a growing demand for IT professionals as entire industries embark on digital transformation. However, there remains a global shortage of talented IT professionals to meet this demand. Having recognised this phenomenon and seeking to address it, in 2017 Anna Kalm and Patrik Alm founded Ascentic.
Through our new paternity / partner leave policy, where fathers or partners are given the same amount of paid parental leave as mothers, Ascentic wants to lead the change towards a more equal and healthy IT industry in Sri Lanka.
This comes as a result of many years of tireless collaboration together with Business Region Göteborg, a regional economic agency dedicated to develop trade and industry in the City of Gothenburg and Sweden-Sri Lanka Business Council (SSLBC) which actively promotes building trade links between the two countries.