Aurigo Software is a global software company that provides cloud based capital program and project portfolio management software solutions for large capital infrastructure owners in the public and private sector industries. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas, and has offices in New York City, Toronto, and Bangalore. It also maintains project offices for some of its strategic customers at Calgary, Portland and Denver. Aurigo is known for its multi-year software agreements with state departments of transportation (DOTs) and large cities and counties, who are using Aurigo’s products to plan and deliver their capital infrastructure programs. Local government customers include Port of Portland, the City governments of Houston, Texas, Lincoln, Nebraska, and Fargo, North Dakota and Pinellas County, Florida, and several state transport departments, including those of Oregon, Colorado, Wisconsin, Massachusetts and Ontario, Canada. According to The Telegraph of India, the company is “involved the automation of processes such as project cost estimation, electronic bidding (tendering), contract management, facilities management, asset management, real estate operations, and field inspections”. Aurigo was established in January 2003 by Balaji Sreenivasan, an alumnus of the National Institute of Technology (NIT) in Tiruchirappalli, India and the University of Florida, Gainesville. Sreenivasan is also a member of The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) and in 2016 was awarded the Young Alumnus Achiever (YAA) Award for entrepreneurial achievement by the National Institute of Technology. Aurigos current chairman, Ravi Gulati, is an alumnus of IIT Kharagpur and Carnegie Mellon University, and founded Stonybrook Software in the 1990s, which later became Ascend and then Lucent in 1999, when Gulati was appointed President of their NSO business division. He became director of Aurigo in December 2005, and has been chairman since 2006.