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iTelaSoft celebrates global success


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iTelaSoft, one of the most innovative companies in the IT space celebrated their ‘Champion Teams’ at the annual event held at Jetwing Colombo 7 recently. The Company which started as a five-person operation in 2009 has now grown to a 75-plus operation, serving a number of clients around the globe.

Based out of Sydney Australia with its development hub located in Colombo Sri Lanka, iTelaSoft has shown steady growth during the years, taking on innovative technology solutions for its client around the globe.

Addressing the iTelaSoft team and guests, CEO Global Operations Indaka Raigama said: “The last year has been a very successful one for the company, with the growth of accounts and the ability of the teams to deliver exceptional customer satisfaction through the efforts of our dedicated team. At our core, we are an engineering company passionate in innovating solutions that make the world better, and our clients successful. In that journey, not only our tech skills but also our values and cultural compatibility plays a large role; and that’s why our clients love our team!” He mentioned that the company is moving in a growth trajectory, serving and expanding in Australia Europe, Canada and USA. In order to facilitate this growth, the company continues to invest in people and assets looking at its future.Speaking at the event, Guest Speaker Sachindra Samararathne, Program Manager ICTA said, “The IT industry in Sri Lanka is geared to take up the number one export earning position for Sri Lanka in the near future. And it’s the dedication & skills of our people that will be crucial to achieve this feat.” Commending the growth and vision of iTelaSoft, Samararathne emphasised the need for quality and trustworthy solution partners to make Sri Lanka visible in the technological world map.

The company which has successfully expanded its foot print globally is known for solutions in software product engineering, fintech solutions, IoT and device solutions as well as data science and machine learning.

iTelaSoft strives to help organisations take a leap in technology, by making things simple. 


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