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POSTED AT 01:12 PM 07-12-2017

Dazeworks launches new office in Sri Lanka: Your next-gen cloud partner

The new office of Dazeworks Technologies Ltd. was inaugurated in Sri Lanka on 15 November by the Director of the India HQ, Devinarayanan ParameshwaraIyer and Director of Sri Lanka office, Chamil Madusanka.

The office was opened as part of the company’s expansion to increase its presence in key growth markets. With this, the number of branches opened by Dazeworks globally has gone up to nine. The company plans to widen their network of services throughout the technology industry with this new milestone.

The company office in Sri Lanka is located at the 10th floor, East Tower of the World Trade Centre, Echelon Square in Colombo with its headquarters in Cherthala Infopark, Kerala, India. Envoy CEO Omer Fareed, EFutures HR Manager Kevin Vaz, CAMMS MD Joe Collins, Hemas Holdings Chief Digital Officer Chandima Cooray, MVV Country Manager Prabhath Gunawardhana and many others were present at the inauguration ceremony. 

Dazeworks has been present in the technology industry since 2015 and has been recognised as a registered consulting partner by Salesforce. The company has worked hand-in-hand with over 60 clients for projects in implementation, development, system integration and data migration. Their CEO, Shiv Devinarayanan believes that cloud is the way of the future and the coming years will see disruptive innovations in the field of technology, with Salesforce.com, Inc leading from the front. 

Their expertise ranges from small projects which have set technical blueprints to complex long-term projects which need a full-time developer in place. Their expert developers provide extensive architectural guidance to client projects so as to allow them highest returns from their sales force investment. They provide implementation services such as enterprise architecture planning, configuration and customisation, data migration and system integration, reporting and analytics. 

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