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IFS appoints VS Information Systems as IFS Channel Partner


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IFS South Asia Managing Director/Vice President Sales Shiraz Ly (left) handing over the partnership Agreement to VS Information Systems Managing Director Priyanga Gunasekara 

IFS, the global enterprise applications company, announces the appointment of VS Information Systems Ltd. (VSIS) as channel partner in South Asia. IFS and VSIS are to offer clients best-in-class software solutions along with world-class implementation and service delivery.

“We are excited to partner with IFS to pursue new frontiers in service delivery,” said VSIS Managing Director Priyanga Gunasekera. “Having the right partner who understands our business and complements what we offer is very important to our growth. We’re pleased to work with IFS in providing solutions that help companies get better return on their investment. 

We are confident IFS will be a key partner for us in our expansion plans outside Sri Lanka and in our long-term growth strategy as well.

“We are excited to partner with an esteemed organisation such as V S Information Systems, who has built enormous trust and leadership in the Sri Lankan ICT solutions market. The company is widely known as a dependable provider of solutions that add value, deliver benefits and address varied complex requirements in a variety of vertical markets,” said IFS South Asia Managing Director Shiraz Lye. He also went on to say, “Having the right partner in the right markets at the right time has never been more important for IFS. IFS and VSIS will offer best-in-class solutions that drive value for our customers and enable them to differentiate their services and stand out in the market place.”

For more information about IFS visit, IFSworld.com and visit vsis.lk for more information about V S Information Systems.

 


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