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Technocity clinches HP Best Distributor Award (PCs) for 2nd consecutive year

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From left: The Technocity Managing Director/Chairman Fahmy Ismail, Country Distribution Manager Dinesh Somasundaram, Director HP PPS Singapore-Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh Christian Edmond Rayes, Country Business Development Manager Manjula Jayasinghe, Desktops PC Category Manager Eddy Soh, HP Note Books Category Manager Samantha Gooi, HP Print Category Manager Ginsara Dias


From left: Team The Technocity: Asst. Manager Regional Sales Mohamed Kalim, HP Print, HP Business Development Manager Gehan Thangappan, Managing Director/Chairman Fahmy Ismail, Business Head, Brands and Distributions Ali Azhar, Asst. Manager, Channel Sales SMB Sales Hamdun Halik 

The Technocity Ltd., one of the leading distributors in Sri Lanka for HP products and services recently won the coveted Best Distributor Award in the PC Category in recognition of its outstanding contribution for PC and laptop sales for 2018.

“Technocity started business in 1994 and became a HP distributor in 2015. Within a short span of time, despite being the one and only local distributor, we have been able to win this title for the last two years competing with multinationals,” said an elated Ali Azhar, Business Head for Distribution at The Technocity Ltd.

HP Partner Awards is an annual event which recognises the performance of all HP distributors and partners in Sri Lanka. The 2018 awards was held at the Shangri La Hotel Hambantota with the theme ‘Colors Unmasked’.

The award was presented by Managing Director HP Inc. Asia and Emerging Markets Christian Reyes, Regional Business Category Manager Notebooks for Asia and Emerging Markets HP Inc. Samantha Gooi, Regional Business Category Manager Desktops for Asia and Emerging Markets HP Inc. Eddy Soh and Country Manager HP Inc. Sri Lanka Manjula Jayasinghe. Also present were Regional Business Category Manager Print for Asia and Emerging Markets Ginsara Dias, and Country Channel Manager – Sri Lanka Dinesh Somasundaram. “Winning this award for a second time is a significant achievement since The Technocity is the only Sri Lankan distributor in the country. My grateful thanks to my professional and highly motivated team,” said The Technocity Ltd. Managing Director Fahmy Ismail. “This is also due to the strong performance of our partners across the country who take HP PCs and their cutting edge technologies to consumers,” he added.

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