Colombo Sri Lanka 24 November 2015: BoardPAC is the only Sri Lankan and the leading iPad enabled Board and Committee meeting automation solution and is the leading platform for paperless governance in more than 15 countries regionally including Malaysia, South Africa, Singapore, Bangladesh, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. BoardPAC is a Sri Lankan developed highly secure software solution that has received the ISO 27001 Information Security Management System certification.
Daily FT and Colombo University MBA Alumni initiative drew top experts to share key insights as several private sector giants and top experts spoke up at the Daily FT-Colombo University MBA Alumni Association organised popular post-Budget Forum on Tuesday, 24 November from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. at the Galadari Hotel.
Held for the sixth consecutive year, the joint post-Budget forum had the distinction of providing key insights from the best in the country and this year the lineup was an impressive set of business leaders drawn from diversified conglomerates so as to give a broader perspective. A top economist as well as tax experts also spoke at the Forum at which Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake was the Chief Guest.
The private sector observations was shared by John Keells Holdings Plc Deputy Chairman Ajit Gunewardene, Carson Cumberbatch Plc Director Mano Selvanathan, Softlogic Holdings Plc Chairman Ashok Pathirage, CT Holdings Deputy Chairman and CEO Ranjit Page, Hayleys Plc Director Sarath Ganegoda, Aitken Spence Plc Director Parakrama Dissanayake, Hemas Holdings Plc CEO Steven Enderby, Sunshine Holdings Group Managing Director Vish Gowindasamy and Expolanka Holdings Plc Director Sanjay Kulatunga. The panel discussion was moderated by Daily FT Editor. Most of the organizations who spoke are some of BoardPAC’s key clients.
BoardPAC already is the largest market shareholder for board meeting automation in Asia pacific and is the emerging leader across the globe. BoardPAC is a trusted board automation solution used by the top 10 companies in Sri Lanka including Carson Cumberbatch PLC, John Keells Holdings, Commercial Bank, Sampath Bank, Nations Trust Bank, Sri Lankan Airlines, Hemas and MAS Holdings as well as the Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE).