Xamun Selected to Participate in Scale Program

Xamun Team
April 28, 2023

(In photo: (L-R) PwC Philippines Chairman Emeritus Alex B. Cabrera, PWC Deals and Corporate Finance Director Karen Rogacion, Xamun Founder & QuickReach & BlastAsia, Inc. President & CEO Arup Maity,  MAP President Atty. Benedicta Du Baladad, MAP Tech Startup Committee Co-Vice Chair Mylene Abiva, INTECO Isuzu Group of Dealerships President & CEO  Ray Jarina, QBO Innovation Hub Executive Director Katrina Chan)

Xamun was hand-picked by the prestigious Scale Program to be a part of its upcoming cohort. The competitive accelerator program which saw a large pool of applications shortlisted a handful of high-potential startups to join the accelerator program.  

Xamun was shortlisted for the  Scale program because of its innovations in Artificial intelligence, a strategic theme for the Scale  program.

About Scale

Scale is a startup accelerator program that hopes to shape the Philippines' startup ecosystem by providing mentorship and advisory to selected high-potential early-stage companies.

Scale prides itself in bringing together key stakeholders under one platform – some of the partners include the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP), QBO, Foxmont Capital Partners, and DTI. The competitive shortlisting process seeks to identify some of the high-potential startups in the country across a broad range of themes from Artificial intelligence, healthcare, E-Commerce, sustainability, climate change, and more. The Top 15 startups that made it to the program are as follows:

About Xamun

Building software from scratch is long-drawn and risky. Xamun seeks to change all of this through AI-powered software development. It helps companies undergoing a digital transformation and startups build fully-functional, market-ready, and high-quality cloud-native software in weeks. Xamun is ideal for projects that build customer- or external-facing custom web and mobile software.  

Xamun lowers the risks involved in software development and brings significant savings compared to outsourcing full-code development. It is also a good no-code/low-code alternative because it can build custom software just as fast, but with more customization - plus you own the source code in the end and you won’t have to pay recurring subscription fees.  

Xamun was created by the same team behind BlastAsia. Established in 2001, BlastAsia is one of the largest software product engineering companies in the Philippines and is a Microsoft Gold Partner for Application Development and Cloud Platform.

Digital Transformation and the Potential of Artificial Intelligence

Digital transformation in organizations is about creating digital offerings which help the organization with saving costs and enhancing efficiencies. While credible research has established the benefits of automation and digital transformation, undertaking these initiatives in the traditional ground-up manner might be expensive, time-consuming, and often daunting.  

There are numerous tools that help augment the software application development process. Xamun is one such tool that leverages artificial intelligence to convert a prototype to a working software in hours, thus fast-tracking the organization’s digital transformation process.  

The team looks forward to working with the various stakeholders with the Scale program by helping companies digitally transform by building digital solutions using AI.

About Xamun
Xamun revolutionizes software development with AI, unlocking innovations that have been long shelved or even forgotten. It empowers product owners, and startup founders to bridge the gap between business and software engineering to create top-notch cloud software within weeks.

​Xamun mitigates development risks, providing cost savings versus full-code outsourcing. It’s a potent no-code/low-code alternative, offering rapid customization and full source code ownership, free from recurring subscription fees.

Developed by BlastAsia, a major player since 2001, renowned for software engineering in the Philippines.