Dialog Enterprise, the digital business solutions arm of Dialog Axiata PLC, expressed its readiness and experience to digitize enterprises of trading and manufacturing sectors.
This message was conveyed to the nation’s leading representatives of the trading and manufacturing sectors at an event held recently at The Hilton Colombo under the theme ‘Enterprise Digital Transformation’. The event was graced by CIOs, CTOs and IT Leaders across the sector.
Disrupting the status quo, Dialog Enterprise now pledges to create a rewarding experience for businesses by improving their efficiency, productivity and customer experience while ensuring they have the right digital capabilities.
Embarking on a new journey to provide fully-fledged ICT solutions to institutions, Dialog Enterprise is ready to serve its clientele with a product portfolio comprising Converged Communications, Internet of Things (IoT), Security and Surveillance, Data Centre, Cloud, SDN (Software-Defined Networking), Location-based Services and Digital Advertising.
Vice President – Enterprise Business and Large Enterprise Sales of Dialog Axiata, Navin Pieris said, “Digital Transformation is now a must and not a choice for industries. Investing in the right digital solutions will allow adopters to leapfrog competition. Dialog provides a comprehensive and world-class portfolio of digital enablers, tools and solutions.’’
Dialog’s readily available products and services boost productivity, security and speed to market of small, medium and large enterprises by leaner digital business processes and enabling new business models.
Group Chief Innovation Officer and Chief Architect of Dialog Axiata Anthony Rodrigo said, ‘‘Dialog’s global award-winning multi-vendor, device agnostic IOT platform offers a range of solutions from fleet management, smart-agriculture, smart city to industrial automation.
The platform offers a unique blend of telco services, IOT and Analytics to enable our enterprise customers and partners rapidly create solutions to solve their business problems and innovate in a cost-effective manner.’’