We are an innovative company, providing cutting-edge information technology (IT) solutions to our clients. Our journey began in Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, in 2010.
A handful of IT professionals banded together to make a difference in the industry. The bar was set high. We provided a quality service, ensured customer satisfaction, and promoted innovative technology.
Today we are a 30 plus member team satisfying customers all over the world, from North America, Europe, and Asia to Australia. The unique value proposition for our clients is the customized solutions we provide considering their size, budget, and complexity. We believe in our clients’ growth, to propel us into our own.
We are skilled and passionate about technology. We believe in quality go beyond formal boundaries to deliver exceptional solutions. We are committed for long-term partnerships so invest ourselves on solutions we build
We partner with our clients to improve their digital presence by delivering solutions using latest technologies. We enjoy planning projects in detail by diving into the details which make it possible to deliver on-time and on budget
Fidenz Technologies has its time tested and proven delivery process which is based on Agile methodology, but customized to match type of projects we deliver. We embrace new technology and cherry pick only the suitable ones to match the specific solution.
We are a collective of passionate professionals, and we handpick talented local engineers to join our team. Our team, work hard to go the extra mile to provide clients with the best possible experience.
“Sri Lanka is, in many ways, a hidden gem for outsourcing. It is uniquely positioned to offer companies highly skilled talent and a strong business environment at very competitive costs. As the industry grows and the lingering effects of the war recede, costs will undoubtedly rise. However, Sri Lanka will undoubtedly maintain its competitive advantage as a very favourable business environment. With continued efforts to expand the talent base, reduce red tape, improve infrastructure, and establish new knowledge cities around the country, we can expect Sri Lanka to become a major player in the IT, BPO, and knowledge services industry in the next few years.”Read more
The Sri Lankan IT industry had made significant progress over the last few years. Export revenue grew from USD 213 million in 2007 to an estimated USD 720 million in 2013. Total employment grew from 33,700 in 2007 to an estimated 75,100 employees in 2013, and the number of companies in the industry grew from 170 in 2007 to over 220 in 2013.Read more