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PBSS excels again winning two gold entrepreneur awards

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PBSS Group Founder and Chairman Madura Gamanayake receiving the National and Provincial Gold awards

Perfect Business Solutions Services (PBSS) Ltd. received national accolades by winning two gold awards at the Sri Lanka Entrepreneur of the Year awards ceremony held under the patronage of Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, at BMICH recently.

PBSS won both the National Gold award and Provincial Gold for the medium category. These awards were the result of the great efforts made during the 17 year PBSS journey, Madura Gamanayake PBSS Group Founder and Chairman said. “Now we are very stable with over 100 staff and 600 customers and having our own branches in Maldives and Dubai. We are planning to expand our business to Australia this year,” he said.

Gamanayake said he has also diversified to the leisure sector and already operated a bungalow in Ginigathhena near Aberdeen Falls. Two more villas were under construction in the picturesque Meemure situated in front of the Knuckles Mountain Range which is a virgin area full of environmental diversification. This is scheduled to open in April 2019.

Gamanayake said his main concern was to give customers a quality product, deliver it with quality and provide a quality service, and that was the secret of survival in the market for the last 17 years as an IT company and was proud to be the only IT Company to win the gold awards in an overall category at a national awards ceremony. PBSS is the partner for two leading international ERP’s SAP Business One, SAGE Evolution, Sage One, Sage 50, QuickBooks and offers HRM/Payroll and Retail and POS and vertical solutions for all businesses.


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