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D Tech (Pvt.) Ltd, the IT solutions arm of DSI Samson Group, recently signed a partnership with Qlik, a leader in visual analytics. 
This new collaboration will allow D Tech to offer business data analytics services to its customers based in Sri Lanka and across Sri Lanka, Maldives and Bangladesh.
 Speaking on the occasion, Phillip Beniac, Regional Vice President, Qlik Asia Pacific and Japan, for the US-head quartered company, said, “We’re very excited  to announce our new partnership with D Tech. With our unique platform approach and associative model, Qlik brings tremendous value to businesses and organizations by helping them see the whole story in their data. This partnership with D Tech will allow us to bring this business value to the Sri Lankan market.”
 Qlik is positioned in the Leaders Quadrant of Gartner’s Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms Magic Quadrant for the sixth consecutive year. The services available through Qlik’s products, QlikView and Qlik Sense, as well as QlikViewNPrinting, include business data analytics and visualization of large multiple data sources, and the ability to create flexible reports for key decision making and safe sharing of content via cloud services among many other user-friendly solutions. Available in enterprise and individual editions, Qlik solutions are guaranteed to make analytics an uncomplicated process for companies dealing with large amounts of business and customer data.
 Kasun Rajapaksa, Managing Director, D Tech said, “We are pleased to partner with Qlik; a strategic decision we made to strengthen our IT product and service portfolio in the group’s latest venture, D Tech. Business Intelligence is key to survival in the competitive markets in varied industries, and Qlik offers the perfect solutions for this purpose.”
  General Manager, D Tech, Sanharsha Jayatissa added, “Collaborating with Qlik will bring an easy to use platform, customizable solutions and smart visualizations within a governed framework, straight to users within organizations. I am confident that this association will help our customers take their operations to greater heights.”

 

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