Dr. Vickum Senanayake takes over as Group CEO of Just in Time

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Just In Time Group, a 100% Sri Lankan-owned and a flagship ICT systems integration and services provider, has announced the appointment of Dr. Vickum Senanayake as  its Group Chief Executive Officer, with effect from 1 May, as part of the Group’s restructuring, consolidation and growth strategy. Prior to assuming office at JIT, Dr. Senanayake functioned as the General Manager, Sales & Marketing at the blue-chip subsidiary Aitken Spence Technologies, a Gold Level Partner of the Oracle Partner Network (OPN). He was instrumental in the establishment of the company operations and was part of the core management team, driving business development, revenue strategy and operational direction of the company. Dr. Senanayake holds a Doctoral Degree in Business Administration and a MBA in Marketing. He is a professional member of the British Computer Society (BCS) and a diplomat of the Australian Computer Society (ACS) and the National Computing Centre (NCC) of the UK. In a career spanning over 25 years, he has held board level, senior sales and operational management positions with leading local and multinational ICT companies. Dr. Senanayake holds the distinction of being the first ever Country Manager of Sri Lanka & Maldives, for Oracle Corporation, from 2008-2010, having joined them in 2005 as a Business Development Manager. Dr. Senanayake as the JIT Group CEO would now be responsible for the Group’s new business and principal relationship alignments, governance and compliance, new business acquisition and overall revenue growth strategies, while keeping focus on increasing stakeholder satisfaction and value across all engagements. Just in Time Group, with many leading specialised industry related principal relationships in place, is focused in the areas of strategic ICT solutions, core ERP & CRM solutions, systems integration services, infrastructure solutions, and strategic ICT investments, targeting the banking and financial services industry, telecommunications, government, defence and commercial vertical sectors.