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Sandbox launches Velociti SFA

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  • Velociti SFA is a new cloud based, on-premises distribution and redistribution sales management system

Sandbox Ltd., is a premier Offshore and Onshore software development consultant centre since 2012.

Sandbox is engaged in developing a wide range of software application and software products dedicated to address organisational performance management issues based on comprehensive market research. 

Sandbox’s primary launched product, ‘Velociti SFA’ is a cloud based and on-premises distribution and redistribution sales management system. The system allows clients to manage and automate their own operations, distributor chain, multiple distribution channels, dealer network, direct sales, service routes and field agents activities. It is applicable to a vast variety of operations covering all sales and distribution industries, telecommunications industries and Service industries. 

Founder/Director Priyantha Jayasuriya, who has over 15 years of industry experience overseas and within Sri Lanka, was with confidence at the landmark release of the ‘Velociti’ product range in Sri Lanka, including the premier state-of-the-art Sales Force Automation. 

“The solutions in the current market only consist of basic modules such as Purchasing, Inventory Management, Sales distribution and Collections. In comparison, Velociti Sales Force Automation solutions not only include all of the above-mentioned modules but in addition provide you with wider and more versatile capabilities covering all key processes of any business,” he said.

Velociti SFA is equipped with a finance module, Inventory management abilities, Transaction uploading, Flexible pricing, Promotion scheme management and analytical capabilities has complete customisable product which eliminates the need for separate software within a short time frame.

The Velociti platform has been assembling to give the customers a unique expression of around-the-clock support. The customised application would provide a unique experience to our clients with the associated software being capable of installation on Android or IOS platforms. 

Most of the generic software products such as ERP and other financial platforms have become tedious to operate, mostly due to volume of data entry and the complexity to operate. However, Velociti has taken a leap forward from other applications, in making sure that a user can operate with the most basic knowledge and minimalistic data entry. 

Sandbox has achieved this milestone through years of continuous R&D research, which makes the backbone of the Velociti product range. Sandbox always aspires to provide the best customer experience possible to their clients.

Manupriya Wijayanga who is the Senior Business Consultant at sandbox, with significant experience in ERP and SFA implementations said: “This is a proud moment to be a part of the Sandbox family, as we are currently taking initiatives to take this Sri Lankan brand into the world. Sandbox being a Sri Lankan company, has succeeded in developing a vast variety of software applications automating business process in sectors such as FMCG, Healthcare, Logistics, Transport, Financial Services, etc.”

He further added: “We are excited to announce that Sandbox has at present signed up with several international business partnerships in the regions of Midwest America, Northeast America, Canada and a number of South East Asian countries .Our primary goal this year is to gain international recognition to our Sri Lankan brand ‘Velociti’.”

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