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Six Sigma Management Institute Asia wins ‘Best Lean Six Sigma Training & Consultancy Organisation’


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SSMI Global Director Dumidu Ranaweera and SSMI Asia Director Aroshi Munasinghe accepting the award from Minister of Science, Technology and Research Sujeewa Senasinghe 

Six Sigma Management Institute Asia (SSMI Asia) was awarded the Best Lean Six Sigma training and Consultancy Organisation Award at the Sri Lanka Quality Leadership Awards 2019 organised by World Quality congress.  

SSMI Asia was established in year 2016 as the APAC office of world-renowned Six Sigma Management Institute, USA by the ‘Principal Architect of Six Sigma,’ Prof. Mikel J Harry and his disciple, who is popularly referred to as ‘The Sri Lankan Guru of Lean Six Sigma,’ Dumidu Ranaweera, with the aim of spreading the goodness of Lean and Six Sigma in the region.

The company has been pioneering Lean Six Sigma training and consultancy in Sri Lanka for the past few years producing over 3,000+ trained practitioners on structured problem solving, including Lean Six Sigma Black Belts, Green Belts and Master Black Belts. 

SSMI is the world’s only institute able to offer the original body of knowledge on Six Sigma designed and developed by Prof. Mikel J. Harry and has pioneered in introducing Sri Lanka’s first-ever Master Black Belt training and the only internationally-recognised Lean Six Sigma training programs conducted in Sinhala language.


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