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99X Technology recognised among LMD’s Top 100 Most Respected Entities


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  • Ranked at the top of the technology sector on the 2019 index of Sri Lanka’s most esteemed corporates

A strong focus on corporate excellence and dynamism by software product engineering specialist 99X Technology was reiterated as the company was recognised as one of LMD’s top 100 Most Respected Entities for 2019 by LMD on its annual survey, conducted by Nielsen.

In addition to being listed at No. 32 overall in 15th edition of the exclusive survey, 99X Technology was also ranked as the number one technology company among the nine technology companies listed in total. LMD’s annual list of respected entities includes some of the country’s largest diversified conglomerates, household names and multi-national companies (MNCs) on the ranking.

“The perception that the public has of 99X Technology is of paramount importance to us, as we strive to create value for all our stakeholders through our operations. Being ranked among some of the biggest corporate names in Sri Lanka and to be named the most respected technology company on the LMD/Nielsen survey is a testament to our efforts in maximising value to our stakeholders,” noted 99X Technology Co-Founder and CEO Mano Sekaram. 

The survey analyses the most respected entities in Sri Lanka based on the perceptions of over 800 respondents, shared via telephone interviews. In line with this, respondents nominate the organisations they perceive as being the best based on the criteria of financial performance, quality consciousness, management profile, honesty, innovation, dynamism, corporate culture, CSR, vision and nation-mindedness. The survey is conducted among a sample of 800 respondents (managers and above) from listed companies, the LMD 100 and Brands Annual.

Headquartered in Sri Lanka with offices in Norway and Australia, 99X Technology has been adjudged one of Asia’s Best Workplaces for 2019 and is a regional leader in software product engineering and technology innovation. Its expertise has been proven through a 175+ portfolio of successful global software products developed since the year 2000, by partnering with leading Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) across Europe, Australasia and USA. 99X Technology has been named one of the 10 Most Admired Companies of Sri Lanka and has been ranked as a Great Place To Work for in the country for seven consecutive years.


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