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IronOne partners with Philippines’ Novesys


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From left: BoardPAC Marketing Manager Rumesh De Silva, IronOne Technologies CEO Lakmini Wijesundera, Novesys CEO Cesar Varilla and COO Rondell Cruz at the signing of the partnership agreement

IronOne Technologies, a leading Sri Lankan mobile and enterprise services software solutions provider, has announced the appointment of the IT services solutions provider Novesys as its local marketing partner in the Philippines for BoardPAC, IronOne’s industry-leading iPad-enabled board communication and meetings solution.

“This partnership with Novesys enables us to reach out to companies in the Philippines and help them make the switch from bulky paper-based systems to a secure system that can be accessed on the go from virtually anywhere,” said IronOne CEO Lakmini Wijesundera.

“With blue-chip companies in over 20 countries around the world already using BoardPAC successfully, our clients in the Philippines can now enjoy the benefits associated with using BoardPAC as a board communications platform.”  

“BoardPAC is making its debut in the Philippines at the right time, as companies increasingly look for digital solutions to speed up communications among top company executives, while still maintaining a high level of privacy and security,” said Novesys CEO Cesar Varilla.

 “We are pleased that Novesys will be able to offer our local expertise to make this happen.”

“Novesys has a strong network in place to support firms looking to enhance their levels of corporate governance and we appreciate the value of the services that BoardPAC will bring to our clients,” added Novesys Chief Operating Officer Rondell Cruz.

The BoardPAC portal enables members of a board to use iPads to instantly access sensitive board documents, including minutes, agendas, financial statements and archived information provided by company secretaries and other administrators. 

As BoardPAC is certified ISO 27001, all sensitive information is stored on servers in the firm’s home country, making such information beyond the reach of acts governing other countries, such as the US Patriot Act.

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