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BPO services from Seenigama

Welcome to Seenigama BPO Technologies. We provide BPO services to leading Sri Lankan organizations in the Tourism Sector. We commenced in 2010 with a batch of six data processing operators, and expanded to fifteen operators during the course of 2011. We are geared to expand our services in the near future.

Seenigama, a quiet village in the southern coast of Sri Lanka, was one of the worst affected communities during the 2004 Tsunami. One significant outcome of the post-disaster assistance programs for Seenigama was the setting up of Seenigama BPO Technologies, an innovative BPO operation leveraging the local talent.

The project was initiated by the Information and Communication Technology Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA) and implemented by the Foundation for Advancing Rural Opportunity (FARO). We are supported by John Keells Holdings with the funding for infrastructure and training coming from an ICTA replication grant for rural capacity building. Seenigama BPO Technologies is the second BPO operation to be setup under the auspices of FARO.

We are located in the premises of The Foundation For Goodness, a well-established community organization that provides career opportunities to the economically disfranchised youth of the area.

Seenigama BPO achieves revenue milestone

Seenigama BPO Technologies achieved a revenue volume growth of 25% in September 2011 with sales levels going up to Rs 146,000.

Young Entrepreneurs Sri Lanka (YESL) to train Seenigama BPO Asssociates

FARO has initiated a program with Young Entrepreneurs SrI Lanka (YESL) member-franchise holder for Junior Achievement (JA) Worldwide to train Associates in the many aspects of entrepreneurial development.

Microsoft donates software

Microsoft donated Office 2010 software to Seenigama BPO Technologies as well as for use in the Mahavilachchiya and Uduvil projects of FARO.

Seenigama BPO to recruit new Associates

Seenigama BPO Technologies will continue to recruit new Associates in November 2011 with work volume going up in the 4th quarter and increase in hotels/ tourism related work with the beginning of the tourist season.