Bileeta hosts customers to ERP forum on ROI benefits

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Bileeta, a company with an award-winning Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution, hosted customers to a B2C event focusing on the company’s product portfolio and unique offering. 
The event kicked off with CEO Sanji de Silva addressing the guests on the importance of deploying an efficient, reliable and scalable ERP solution to benefit from Return on Investment (RoI).
Elaborating on De Silva’s theory, Mafaz Ishaq, Director of Calamander Capital, a venture equity firm moderated a panel discussion featuring Managing Director of JAT Holdings Aelian Gunawardene, CTO Bileeta Sanka Weerasinghe, and Sanji De Silva. 
“I was blown by the complexity of Bileeta’s Entution solution and the abilities built into it”, said Mafaz. “This solution is so well integrated with such simple automation to suit all real-time environments.”
Entution has an advantage due to the advanced features that it provides at a competitive price. These verticals are also localized to meet the Sri Lankan business practices. At the same time, companies do not have to lose their uniqueness after implementing Entution and due to the broad range of functional areas in the solution, companies can rely on one service provider for their complete requirement.
During the forum Mafaz asked Gunawardene why his company selected Bileeta over other competitors in the market. “While we had received several complex and extremely expensive solutions to perform our requirements, Bileeta offered us a less complicated, scalable solution on which we were able to transfer our existing ERP in a seamless switch,” he said. 
He explained that after more than a decade his company had grown to 400 employees and it was time to change. 

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