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SimCentric Technologies celebrates 10 years

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SimCentric Technologies celebrated 10 years of excellence by highlighting Partnership, Growth, and Camaraderie at a commemorative event in the presence of their staff. This special event was a recollection and reflection of past accomplishments and significant moments shared by all those who were key to SimCentric’s growth story. 

“Having started SimCentric Technologies in 2009, we are humbled at this incredible 10-year journey that has included a commitment to excellence in advanced software simulation technology, innovation, and client success. The fact that we continue to serve our long-standing customers, is a testament to our prowess and specialisation in the field. Our success has been possible to achieve thanks to our team’s determination, grit, and tremendous effort, along with our customers’ faith in our capabilities and expertise,” said SimCentric Technologies Chairman Dr. Adam Easton.

Meanwhile, SimCentric Technologies Managing Director Haridhu Abeygoonaratne addressing the event said, “From a five-member team in 2009, we have grown to a team of 100 exceptional people, who support over 80 industry, defence, and government organisations worldwide. Looking back, we have come this far on the strength of our team and the extraordinary collaborative vision that drove our success since 2009.

SimCentric Technologies is a global leader in advanced software simulation solutions, with a particular focus on artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies. The company has a proven track record of supporting more than 80 industry, defence, and government organisations globally with the most sought-after commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products developed since its inception. With its headquarters in Sri Lanka the company operates with offices across the UK, USA, and Australia. 


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