PBSS clinches CNCI award | Sunday Observer

PBSS clinches CNCI award

 The PBSS team with the award at the CNCI annual awards ceremony.
The PBSS team with the award at the CNCI annual awards ceremony.

Perfect Business Solution Services (Pvt) Limited (PBSS) is proud of the award the company clinched at the Ceylon National Chamber of Industries (CNCI) awards recently, for the third consecutive year, which speaks of its commitment to quality and delivery on time service to the highest standards, PBSS Managing Director Madura Gamanayake said.

PBSS, a information technology solutions provider was adjudged the ‘National Gold winner’ in the service sector medium category at the CNCI awards held recently to recognise and reward entities for excellence in service and outstanding performance.

“Since bagging the first award, the team worked tirelessly to improve service standards which paid rich dividends to the company. The award is a testament that the company has maintained service levels and quality of delivery,” Gamanayake said, adding that for PBSS, a business solutions provider achieving such a feat is not an easy task and despite all that the company has over 600 locally and around 700 employees at its overseas operations.

PBSS has operations in the Maldives, Dubai, Australia and the US. The company launched operations in the Maldives seven years ago and five years ago in Dubai. “We hope to launch operations in Melbourne, Australia before the end of this year,’ Gamanayake said.

The company has received orders from a leading finance company in Australia, and from Red Waves, one of the leading retail chains in the Maldives. It also called to provide the entire business solutions in accounting, ERP and payroll for the University of Peradeniya. The company which has branches in the Middle East is exploring opportunities to expand its business in the other regions as well.

“We have been a sort-after brand within the country and overseas for our wide range products. We will look at all possibilities to expand our operations across the globe using our expertise in the industry,” Gamanayake said. PBSS moved into the leisure sector with the operations of a bungalow in Ginigathhena and two villas which are under construction in Meemure.

The company operates a bungalow overlooking the Aberdeen Falls in Ginigathena and hopes to commence operations of its villas in December this year.

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