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Pyxle scores big at BestWeb.lk awards


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Pyxle, the country’s award winning web and software solutions company specialising in creative internet business solutions was recently adjudged the Gold winner – Best Corporate Website category and Silver winner for Best Developer – by BestWeb.lk, the unique and innovative website competition organised by LK Domain Registry. Bestweb.lk is an exclusive competition to select the cream of the local websites based on web traffic, percentage of votes garnered and chosen by a panel of elite, respected industry professionals. These prestigious awards honour the best websites in several categories setting the standard of excellence for website development. “These awards have given us a mantle of honour, international recognition and third party endorsement that accepts us an industry leader,” said Presantha Jayamaha, Managing Director of Pxyle. BestWeb.lk also recognised the Pyxle deployed multilingual DFCC Bank site, www.dfcc.lk, as the overall best website silver winner, which also won awards for the Best Sinhala and Tamil website respectively. The Pyxle-designed Hemas corporate site, www.hemas.com won a Merit Award under the Best Corporate Website category. Established in 2003, Pyxle has over a decade of experience in helping organisations chart their online potential offering solutions that transform businesses. Pyxle’s development team builds websites that push the envelope in terms of innovation, service and development standards. “As we celebrate our 10th anniversary, these awards help us showcase our outstanding talent, validating our commitment to creativity and quality. We are extremely proud that our web solutions have achieved levels of excellence deserving of recognition by BestWeb.lk. These awards recognise our success to-date and we are excited by opportunities that are ahead,” added Jayamaha.

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