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Epic celebrates 24 years of digital transformation

Touching the lives of over 70% of Sri Lankans daily through innovative digital transformation and fintech solutions, one of Sri Lanka’s ICT solutions providers Epic Lanka celebrated its 24th anniversary recently with community service projects to supportlow-income families and the Regional Hospital in Thalangamawa where the Epic head office is located.

Each year, Epic celebrates its work anniversary with a CSR initiative joining hands with its 350 employees. This year, the company chose to support its own neighborhood in Thalangama, Battaramulla. With the patronage of the local Gramasevaka Office, the company donated 100 packs containing essential food items and dry rations to 100 low-income families in the area. The beneficiaries of these packs included single-income earners, pregnant women, and single parents.

Epic also donated Rs. 500,000 worth of equipment and appliances to the Divisional Hospital, Thalangama to ensure that the hospital can continue its daily operations and facility management efficiently.

Established in 1998 with less than 10 employees, Epic today is the undisputed leader in digital transformation, e-government solutions, workflow management, secure electronic payment automation, information systems security, and mobile enterprise automation solutions in Sri Lanka. During its 24 years of undisputed legacy, Epic has completed more than 100 projects for multiple organisations representing diverse industries and has digitally transformed more than 75 state and private enterprises. Recently, Epic won the coveted ‘National Overall Gold Award’ and 19 other accolades at the National ICT Awards 2021 (NBQSA).

Commenting on this significant milestone, Epic Technology Group Founder & Executive Chairman Dr. Nayana Dehigama said, “It has been a long but exciting journey for us at Epic with so many milestones celebrated along the way. We feel blessed to be at the forefront of digital innovation and be recognised for it even after 24 years. Having said that, we first and foremost want to see ourselves as responsible and caring human beings who want to help our neighborhood and society at this critical time.”

Epic Lanka Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer Viraj Mudalige stated, “CSR is an integral part of the Epic business model. We strongly believe in giving back to the community and the people of this country who have inspired us to be in these business anddesign innovative solutions. We wanted to make a difference in the lives of the low-income earners in our neighborhood in any way possible..”


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