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Epic Lanka Technologies and SLT sign MoU for comprehensive cooperation in cutting-edge ICT


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From left: Sri Lanka Telecom Deputy General Manager – Digital Projects Dinesh Perera, Sri Lanka Telecom General Manager – Digital Projects Ishari Siriwardene, Sri Lanka Telecom Chief Corporate and Digital Officer Prabhath Ambegoda, Sri Lanka Telecom Chief Executive Officer Kiththi Perera, Epic Technology Group Executive Chairman Nayana Dehigama, Epic Lanka Technologies Chief Executive Officer Thareendra Kalpage, Epic Lanka Technologies Vice President – Business Development (Asia Pacific) Asela Jayarathne, Epic Lanka Technologies Business Development Manager Deshan Walataraarachchi, and Epic Lanka Technologies Project Manager Andrew Linus

 


 

  • Agree to combine their strengths to jointly promote Epic’s DoxPro Digital Transformation Platforms

Epic Lanka Technologies, one of the leading digital transformation solutions providers in the region and Sri Lanka Telecom, the national digital services provider, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) recently agreeing on comprehensive cooperation to jointly market and promote Epic’s state-of-the-art Digital Transformation Platforms based on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offerings. 

The products and services offered include Enterprise Process and Workflow Automation, AI (artificial intelligence) Applications, Agro-commodities Trading, and Supply Chain Management, Retail Trading and SME (Small and Medium Enterprises) Applications, Travel and Tourism Management. 

As per the MoU, Epic and Sri Lanka Telecom will form a strategic partnership and combine their competencies in the areas of digital transformation, AI and cloud infrastructure to serve both public and private sector enterprises. Both organisations will hope to revolutionise the digital space by offering new customer experiences that will help businesses and individuals to improve performance and efficiency at an affordable cost. The solutions and experiences offered on these digital platforms will be useful for any enterprise or individual business regardless of its size or operational domain.  These cutting-edge digital platforms will also provide ‘digital chatbot’ services for superior customer service, payment gateway services and comprehensive API layer for seamless and endless integrations with diverse service providers. 

Epic ‘DoxPro Spaces’ is a subscription-based intelligent digital platform. Once subscribed, enterprises could create endless innovative workflows and operationalise them to automate their processes within a couple of hours. The user-friendly nature of DoxPro allows anyone to create diverse workflows and deploy them in the organisation without needing any expert assistance. 

It also provides opportunities for individuals and micro-enterprises to generate revenue by creating innovative workflows on the platform and offer them to other enterprises for a fee or on a profit-sharing business model. DoxPro Spaces platform has a very low cost of ownership and will enable enterprises to automate their processes and workflows within a short time.

Sri Lanka Telecom Chief Executive Officer Kiththi Perera said, “Sri Lanka Telecom is excited to join hands with Epic in this great endeavour to accelerate the digital transformation journey of our country. Epic has a proven record as a technology leader and has contributed immensely towards the development and growth of the digital space in Sri Lanka. We believe that strategic partnerships such as this will enable us to serve the market better while maintaining industry leadership, especially in this highly dynamic and competitive market. Sri Lanka Telecom is confident of working together with Epic to create unprecedented value by combining the strengths and capabilities of the two companies.”

Epic Technology Group Executive Chairman Dr. Nayana Dehigama said, “This strategic partnership with Sri Lanka Telecom will allow Epic to play a key role in shaping the future of Sri Lanka’s SME sector through an accelerated digital transformation process using our domain expertise and world-class technology. This partnership will create multifaceted synergies that will strengthen the power of Cloud software and AI to deliver innovative services to customers globally.” 

 


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