- Virtusa becomes the first IT company in Sri Lanka to receive prestigious rating
Virtusa Corporation, a global business consulting and IT outsourcing company that combines innovation, technology leadership and industry solutions to transform the customer experience, announced that it became the first company in Sri Lanka to have its software delivery capability appraised with the prestigious Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI V1.3) Level 5 rating, the highest level of maturity in the CMMI framework. The company’s Advanced Technology Centers (ATCs) in Chennai and Hyderabad are also appraised at Maturity Level 5.
Mobile Monday Colombo (MoMo) kicked off 2013 with a meet-up on 18 February 2013 at The Bayleaf. Focus was drawn to the much-debated topic in the world of mobile software in the recent past – ‘Intellectual Property’.
Reuters: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. said it will launch its new Galaxy S smartphone on 14 March in New York, taking its fight for market supremacy to Apple Inc’s doorstep after reportedly being inundated with requests from US mobile carriers.
REUTERS: Hewlett-Packard Co announced the launch of a $169 tablet powered by the Android operating system, a centerpiece of the company’s effort to expand in mobile devices and reduce its dependence on the shrinking personal computer market.
- Etisalat Lanka listed for its contribution to local ICT industry
Today, the reach of information and communication technology continues to transform communities from across the world. The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Information Economy Report highlights winning case studies and economies that have contributed towards this unprecedented growth and change. In 2012, the report’s focus is on the role of software development and its impact on economies.
- ICTA launches fish information SMS service
Inaugurating yet another application developed by the ICT Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA) – Fish information SMS – on Tuesday (19), Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Minister Dr. Rajitha extolled the value of ICT. “ICT is a basic requirement of everyone and not a luxury of the elite,” the Minister asserted.
As the national telecommunications provider, Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) is committed to ensuring the dispersion of technology throughout our island nation, and is constantly engaged in promotions which create greater accessibility of its services among the people.
EGUARDIAN Sri Lanka holds partner conference on strengthening cyber security and delivering on priorities
Principals from around the world join in for discussion and information exchange on strengthening partnerships in the industry for the benefit of its customers
Zigo mobiles, launched in June 2012, have been embraced by the Sri Lankan customers for the quality, durability and reliability of the mobile handsets, offering a feature rich ‘value for money’ mobile device.
BQu Services – a subsidiary of Peritempo Ltd. in the UK – launched its services in Sri Lanka recently, offering its uniquely tailored solutions to Sri Lankan businesses.