CAMMS enables Sri Lankan companies to capitalise on IT investments

Wednesday, 28 January 2015 00:00 -     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

  • Capitalising on its position in the Asian market, Australia’s foremost CPM and BI solutions provider announces plans to further support Sri Lankan companies in achieving strategy execution

Understanding that the rapid growth in the Asian market demands greater efficiency from Sri Lankan organisations, CAMMS has bolstered its team in Colombo to ensure companies achieve intelligent performance. For nearly two decades, CAMMS has been driving organisations across the globe from strategy to reality through its unique set of products that holistically integrate key management functions including strategy development, business and service delivery planning and execution. In line with this directive, CAMMS has appointed strategic Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and business consultant Riza Wadood to the position of General Manager in Sri Lanka. With over 15 years’ experience in business and technology, Wadood is a champion business consultant who emulates global experience and exposure in his operations. “The CAMMS suite of products shows much potential due to its unique functionality and support in areas such as strategic planning and governance, risk and compliance. Therefore we will ensure Sri Lankan companies can maximise their IT investments and in turn increase productivity,” said Riza Wadood. Organisations such as Seaspan Marine Corporation, Bendigo Health and Dorset Fire and Rescue, UK have used CAMMS Corporate Performance Management (CPM) and Business Intelligence (BI) solutions to increase productivity and efficiency while maintaining superior quality in their processes. “As the Sri Lankan economy undergoes rapid growth companies are moving more towards IT solutions to capitalise on resource savings. Our team specialises in understanding the unique requirements of each industry and company. I believe Riza will inspire new innovation to ensure CAMMS solutions support Sri Lankan organisations drive efficiency and savings,” said CAMMS MD Joe Collins.