Telecommunication and Digital Infrastructure Minister Harin Fernando ceremoniously cutting the ribbon flanked by Omobio CEO Eranga Weeraratne
Omobio (Pvt.) Limited, a leading IT solutions provider to the telecom industry, recently celebrated the opening of its new head office located at No.1, St. Alban’s Place, Colombo 4.
The chief guest at the opening ceremony was Telecommunication and Digital Infrastructure Minister Harin Fernando and Inspector General of Police Pujith Jayasundara participated as a guest of honour.
Also many industry experts from local telecom operators and IT companies were gathered for this event.
Omobio provides global telco customers world-class solutions using a superior service along with standard development methodologies to drive solid outcomes.
Omobio focuses on developing and maintaining mobile applications, digital service solutions and platforms in signalling number 7 (ss7), sigtran, voice over ip (voip), messaging, audio and video.
The company’s product portfolio offers the width and depth of value-added services required to maximize ARPU and service differentiation while supporting GSM, GPRS, EDGE, 3G networks, 4G/LTE , legacy and NGN networks.
Key focus areas include self care/customer care solutions, loyalty management platforms, mobile advertising, SMS and USSD platforms and services, SMS Firewall and Call filter solutions, mobile applications and many more.
Addressing the audience at the event, Fernando stated, “It is wonderful to see the vision of Eranga and the rest of his team at Omobio and I am sure with the vision that you have and the passion of the team the company will continue to excel into the future. At the ministry, what Eranga envisions is what we also see for the long-term when it comes to building the digital infrastructure of Sri Lanka.”
Speaking at the event, Weeraratne stated, “From humble beginnings in 2011, Omobio has made rapid progress over the course of the past five years mainly due to two reasons. Firstly, it’s because we have a passionate team of highly-skilled professionals and our valued partners.
Secondly, it’s because we have a wonderful customers who have always encouraged us not only by awarding us projects in Sri Lanka but also by recommending and proposing our solutions to their foreign contacts who in turn have become our customers.”
During his speech, Weeraratne also mentioned the accolade won by his partner Sumith Gamage, who bagged the ‘Best Emerging Entrepreneur’ award presented by the Computer Science and Engineering Society of University of Moratuwa.
Omobio currently employs over 70 team members and its customers can be found across the globe in regions such as South Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Europe.