Peercore IT’s visitor management system used for Sri Lanka Expo 2012

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Peercore IT.‘s state of the art visitor management system was used for Sri Lanka Expo 2012, the spectacular showcase of Sri Lanka’s export quality products, services, trade investments and tourism , attracting industry experts, public and private sector representatives, trade and business associations, and international buyers from every corner of the world, which  concluded last week.

Peercore IT is an Australian owned IT Company, catering to the business requirements of strategic global markets headquartered in Melbourne, with a fully fledged branch office at the World Trade Centre in Colombo. Their visitor management system known as “iVisit”   allows visitors to an event or organization to be registered in a smooth and efficient manner by allowing fast processing of visitor registrations & printing of name tags, clear and easy identification of visitors via color coded name tags. The system enables fast searching of pre-registered visitors, facilitates real time visitor attendance reporting. One of the key features of the system is that it provides valuable market information using dynamically populated statistical information. The system is secure & simple to use and is capable of adapting to multiple scenarios such as catering to requirements at events, media briefings, product launches, any other high profile event, including organizations which require to trace visitors.

Mr. Mohamed Subhani Lafir the Country Manager from Peercore Sri Lanka stated “ We are delighted to be  a part of the Sri Lanka Expo 2012, which can be compared with any other state of the art  trade exhibition in the world .For an international exhibition  like  Sri Lanka Expo 2012, which is being attended from visitors all over the world with diversified business interest, including ministerial delegations, this registration system  acted as a useful tool to record several  important statistics of the visitors , which included the ability to   record  several categories  of visitors separately and  contained the features  to get instant information  reports at any given time.”

With the aim of reaching  other business entities, Peercore also exhibited  their other products such as Warehouse Management System (iWarehouse ) a totally integrated paperless WMS system .They also showcased their key product, their CRM Solution, which assists organizations with the tools and solutions they need, to improve, retain and strengthen relationships with their customers. This highly personalized client coordination system, is a combination of business processes and automation technologies and organizes information in a centralized repository , manages access  across multiple entities, with capabilities to query the information in an efficient way, supports users with role based access to the information, and provides tracking and analysis capabilities of  sales and marketing teams. Client leads, product proposals and follow up schedules and a client’s purchase history can also be generated through this system.   

Commenting on their role in Sri Lanka, Lafir explained “ Unlike off the shelf software, Peercore own and write the source code for our software solutions which means it can be customized to the level of automization to suit the specific requirement of the client. Hence if the client wishes to only partially automate their business processes this can be facilitated, with the ability to continuously grow as the organization grows. Therefore our Sri Lankan clientele can except software that are completely localized to suit specific Sri Lankan businesses. All our solutions have been developed here at our delivery center in Colombo”