E-Technology Systems Managing Director and CEO Ruwan Nanayakkara
E-Technology Systems, one of the island’s premier Information Technology Solutions companies, celebrates 20 years this month since commencing operations.
The organisation which began operations from modest beginnings has over the years garnered a reputation for cost effective quality in providing ultimate IT solutions to its partners.
The winner of many awards E-Technology Systems is the Gold Partner for Printing and Supplies for the global HP brand.
Managing Director and CEO Ruwan Nanayakkara said that the company has been able to achieve all its milestones due to its diligent and professional work ethic.
“We are a homegrown company which had very modest beginnings. Sri Lanka has an abundance of wealth in terms of human resources, people who are able to deliver international quality professionalism and services. It is they who have made us what we are,” he said.
The company is the authorised dealers for many international brands including the likes of IBM, Lenovo, HP and Dell.
Throughout the years, E-Technology Systems has branched itself out to many services including the providing of assembled computer systems and network systems.
“We are able to import relevant systems from suppliers and assemble them according to customer specifications. This goes to both computer and network systems and we have gained a reputation for being able to identify the exact product and service requirement and cater to it,” Nanayakkara said.
The organisation is also a specialist in DesignJet printers being able to provide any service related to the brand.
Among other services E-Technology Systems undertakes system upgrades, maintenance, repairs of both software and hardware of any product related to IT.
“We want to grow into a true Sri Lankan company with international repute. Our main identity revolves around providing top quality service to those who come to us. Quality is key and to that end we will continue to maintain our high standards and achieve new milestones in the years to come,” Nanayakkara said.