From left: SLT Chief Enterprise and Wholesale Officer Janaka Abeysinghe, SLT CEO Kiththi Perera, SLPA Chairman Gen. Daya Ratnayake, and SLPA MD W.S. Weeraman
Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT), the National ICT solutions and Digital services provider, signed an agreement with the Sri Lanka Port Authority (SLPA) to provide communication services to SLPA. The agreement between the two companies was signed at the SLPA premises in Colombo. The agreement was signed by Chairman General Daya Ratnayake and Managing Director W.S. Weeraman on behalf of SLPA, and CEO Kiththi Perera and Chief Enterprise and Wholesale Officer Janaka Abeysinghe for SLT.
Under the agreement, SLT will provide a voice solution, which can facilitate all the main operational points of SLPA with reliability and trust.
Gen. Daya Ratnayake commented on the partnership saying: “It is imperative that such an agreement be reached with current communication needs. A reliable supplier to ensure the stability of a communication network is essential for the continued operation of the global supply chain. It is commendable that SLT has agreed to meet that requirement of SLPA.”
Kiththi Perera said: “As the exclusive telecommunication service provider, we are honoured to have been partnered with SLPA and I believe that this is a great opportunity for SLT to work with SLPA in developing their key communication infrastructure – primarily voice and data services powered by SLT fibre and digitalisation program in achieving a Smart Port. We are excited about this landmark partnership and look forward to providing SLT’s unmatched smart solutions to ensure the highest experience to SLPA employees, customers and partners.”