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MI Synergy emerges winners at NBQSA again

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MI Synergy Pvt Ltd clinched two Bronze Awards for the second consecutive year at the 18th NBQSA ICT Excellence Awards 2016, organized by the Sri Lankan wing of British Computer Society (BCS) with ICTA sponsorship, in E-Government and Services, and General Software categories. 
With a decade long success story MI Synergy, has revolutionized the workflow solutions sector, playing a pivotal role in providing operational workflow software solutions to top  local and multinational enterprises in sectors of banking, insurance, real estate and other services.
Celebrating the 10th anniversary, the company launched two CSR projects: donating a photocopy machine and Rs.200000 to Kalahagala Primary School, Polonnauwa and providing a drinking water scheme to Kumarathenna Vidyalaya, Bandarawela at a cost of Rs.145.000 respectively. 
Expressing views, Tesman Maloney, CEO, said “MI Synegy Pvt Ltd has been able to win over the world with knowledge and skills of Sri Lankan Professionals. We have been chosen by a number of top levels local and foreign companies, after a competitive evaluation, for their workflow solution requirements. We are looking forward to taking the best of our professionals’ knowledge and expertise to the global market and developing Sri Lankan 
ICT brand.”

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