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BoardPAC clinches golden hat-trick at Asia’s IT Excellence Awards 2018

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BoardPAC Marketing Manager Sarath Perera with the three Gold Awards received at Asia’s IT Excellence Awards 2018. Also seen (left): Ministry of Education, Cambodia Advisor Dr. Sareth Suy and (right) Indira Group of Institutes, India Group Director Chetan Wakalkar



Globally renowned, Sri Lanka’s innovative board automation platform BoardPAC accomplished a remarkable hat-trick winning three Gold awards at CMO Asia’s IT Excellence Awards 2018 held recently.

The gala ceremony, organised during the first week of August at Hotel Le Méridien Sentosa, Singapore, presented BoardPAC awards for Innovation in IT Industry, Solution Provider of the Year and the Individual Woman Leadership Award to Lakmini Wijesundera, Director/CEO, BoardPAC.

The awards serve as a benchmark to recognise excellence throughout the IT industry in Asia, focusing on both organisations and individuals who have excelled in the use and development of IT. They acknowledge individuals and organisations that have demonstrated leadership using IT for business transformation. 

Additionally, this year’s objectives were to recognise achievements acquired by entrepreneurs and business leaders, to honour and encourage leaders, develop and promote existing leaders, as a catalyst of growth for the region.

Held for the 9th consecutive year, the CMO Asia Awards is dedicated to high level knowledge exchange and recognition across industry segments. This year witnessed more entries and a higher profile attendance than ever before with influential industry executives congregating in Singapore for the ceremony. The Awards not only rewarded and recognised the best IT companies in the industry but also enhanced reputations.

BoardPAC Director/CEO Lakmini Wijesundera said, “We are truly honoured to win accolades for Innovation in IT Industry and Solution Provider of the Year as our fundamental goal is to empower clients by providing tools that enables organisations to demonstrate the business value of IT. Our solutions are a game-changer, and strengthen our belief that they will become a driving force for the future of corporate boards.”

On receiving the Individual Woman Leadership Award, Wijesundera added, “I am truly grateful for this endorsement. I am privileged to accept this award on behalf of the BoardPAC team who are committed to help clients pursue corporate governance goals.”

BoardPAC is a globally commended multinational providing board meeting automation solutions to over 20,000 users across the globe. The company is recognised as the preferred choice for Board meeting automation among a multitude of fortune 500 companies and has quickly garnered the largest market share for board meeting automation in the Asia Pacific region and emerging as a leader across the globe.

Commenting on receiving multiple awards, BoardPAC Chief Operating Officer Rajitha U. Kuruppumulle said, “I am very proud of the BoardPac team, whose number one obsession has always been client satisfaction. All our solutions and innovations are the result of hard work and dedication of an entire team. This award demonstrates that we understand clients’ challenges and deliver the very capabilities they need to make their tasks easier.”

Leading corporates such as Maxis, Deloitte, Axiata group, Prudential, RHB Banking Group, Hong Leong Banking Group, Bursa Malaysia (Stock Exchange of Malaysia), Affin Bank, Astro, Bombay Stock Exchange, Power Grid Corporation of India, IDBI Bank, Container Corporation of India, LIC Housing Finance Ltd., Colombo Stock Exchange, Carson Cumberbatch PLC, John Keells Holdings, Sri Lanka Telecom, Hemas and MAS Holdings as well as the Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) are among some of BoardPAC’s successes.

Brining honour to the nation, BoardPAC recently received a Gold for ‘Innovation in Technology Development’ at the Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards. This accolade was in recognition of its award-winning iPad-enabled paperless board communication and meetings solution, highlighting the country’s capabilities in this sphere.

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