About Us

ASAsoft™ (Canada) Inc.

ASAsoft™ (Canada) Inc. was incorporated in 2013 with its headquarters in Victoria in beautiful British Columbia.

With Rajkumar Padmawar as its CEO and President, the company boasts of Canadian and overseas investors and has at its disposal some of the best technical talents in the world. ASAsoft™ (Canada) Inc. is taking its research and development to the next level while introducing its fully mature Ligh+weight™* insulators to its home, North America.


Rajkumar Padmawar is the founder of ASAsoft™ (Canada) Inc. Raj is a Swiss Precision Tool & Die Maker with a Business degree from the University of Wales, United Kingdom. The company began in 1997 as a high-tech engineering solution provider to blue chip companies in Japan, China, India, South Korea, Singapore, and Europe.

ASAsoft™ developed efficient systems for manufacturing fine ceramic products, including products that use cross-linked plastics with memory functions. During the last seven years, Raj has been strategizing information technology ‘needs vs wants’ for Canadian and American corporations. He has also been a solution provider to enhance end-of-life products from Cisco, Juniper, and IBM. He was a pioneer in developing clean, sustainable technologies for T&D insulators of the next generation.

“The Land of the Winds” Totem Pole

We acknowledge and respect that we reside on the ancestral and unceded territories of the lək ̓ ʷəŋən (Lekwungen) (Esquimalt and Songhees), Malahat, Pacheedaht, Scia’new, T’Sou-ke and W̱SÁNEĆ (Pauquachin, Tsartlip, Tsawout, Tseycum) peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.

Upon our arrival in Victoria, BC, we were immediately drawn to the “The Land of the Winds” totem pole, a stunning Northwest Coast art piece. Having lived in India, Japan, China, Singapore, and Europe, Rajkumar was particularly captivated by its beauty and knew to put down roots in Victoria. This remarkable landmark has a rich history as a gathering place for the lək’ʷəŋən (Lekwungen) people, who believed it would ensure the long-lasting life of their children. It was also a destination for other Indigenous groups who came to trade with the Songhees, with whom the totem pole’s symbolism is closely associated. Today, the totem pole continues to be a powerful symbol of Indigenous culture and a beloved landmark in Victoria.