Bartleet Technologies moves toward the fourth industrial revolution

Bartleet Technologies moves toward the fourth industrial revolution

18 March 2020 07:44 pm

In a constructive move toward the fourth industrial revolution, Bartleet Innovative Technologies (BIT), the IT platform of the leading local conglomerate, the Bartleet Group, has announced an exciting new joint venture with FINAP (Fintechnology Asia Pacific Lanka Pvt Ltd).

FINAP, a Sri Lankan based software company with representatives in 4 other countries in the Asia-Pacific region, has made a name for themselves by developing solutions for their customers to be agile enterprises with a digitally savvy future.

Their area of specialty is to provide customized solutions in the areas of ‘Banking and Finance’ and enabling strategic shifts away from the competition through ‘FinTech’ to customers of other sectors.

Led from the front by Managing Director Kutila Pinto, who himself is a veteran of the Banking and Financial Services sector, is a digital disruption and a strategic shift enthusiast.

FINAP boasts an impressive resume of some of the industry’s most sought-after talent. Through a strong commitment to providing scalable software solutions and adding sustainability to their clients, they thrive to provide solutions that are secure and of globally recognized quality.

FINAP’s vision, which is their compass for growth, is to be the most accepted financial technology company in the APAC region by 2025. Their vision will be fast-tracked with the new joint venture with Bartleet IT.

Speaking of the new venture, Managing Director – FINAP, Kutila Pinto stated, “I am excited and extremely motivated to reach new heights together with Bartleet IT.

The new joint venture with FINAP is BartleetIT’s first foray into the world of software development and solutions. It is also a shift towards building and establishing themselves as a key player in the wholly digital sphere of technology.

Bartleet IT boasts a stellar reputation in the industry having worked with and maintained long-standing relationships with some of the country’s leading and largest organizations among the many others.