Sri Lanka's PC House this week re-branded itself as PCH; according to a statement by the 13-year old computer manufacturer, which says its staff strength is between 500 and 1,000 in 13 outlets in its island-wide distribution network as of last year. In keeping with its re-branding, it has said it would refresh its corporate website, adding e-commerce capabilities and an advanced customer care module.
PCH also alluded to forthcoming expansion efforts which would facilitate it having "more reach islandwide" and offering "extensive employment opportunities". This was due to the local IT market continuing to show "double digit growth in recent years [reaching] a value of around $308 million this year". And it’s becoming "a one-stop-shop for all technology requirements with the ability to tailor solutions to meet the specific and exacting needs of all its customers whether they are individuals, SMEs, big corporate bodies or public sector institutions".
According to PCH's website, the company offers a range of products from "core PC Components to Software Solutions, Hardware Engineering, Pharmaceuticals, Audio Visual Equipment, and Security Solutions".