During the recent global pandemic and ensuing lockdowns, the need for technological solutions grew exponentially. This saw companies dishing out work-from-home, online education, and web-based meeting, and data sharing software growing in leaps and bounds. Leading this paradigm shift with outstanding growth numbers is Zoom who has changed the way the world “meets”. Zoom has also played a key role in Sri Lanka, allowing companies to have employees work and collaborate with their co-workers from the safety of their own homes, and giving students the opportunity to continue with their education.
“Our ease of use made Zoom the solution of choice for users around the world to connect for business, education, and social events over the past year,” said Vishal Amin, Channel Head, India and SAARC, Zoom. (pictured) “We are excited to work with Finetech to extend our reach in Sri Lanka and the Maldives and enable organizations across industries with an intuitive and scalable video communications platform.”
Zoom’s secure, reliable video platform can power all of the communication needs of users and businesses, including meetings, chat, phone, webinars, and online events.
“Finetech is very proud to team up with Zoom to bring in new technologies to Sri Lanka and Maldives. Over the years we have built up a solid reputation of being a trusted partner to many global technological giants like Google not just for Sri Lanka but also other countries in the region. Working with another renowned company like Zoom is a testament to our capabilities and vision to put Sri Lanka on the regional digital map,” said Clehan Pulle Co-Founder and CEO of FCPL.
FCPL will now provide technical assistance for Zoom users in Sri Lanka and Zoom’s solutions excluding only Zoom Phone can be purchased through FCPL.
FCPL has been in the information technology spectrum for more than a decade and has branched out operations to Bangladesh and Maldives, with headquarters in Sri Lanka.