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Edna Group signs deal with Dialog Axiata

Edna Group of Ceylon has tied up with Dialog Enterprise to provide mobile communication solutions to the group, which includes Dialog BizConnect; an APN (Access Point Network) solution, allowing sales teams to give real time updates from the field. Dialog BizConnect APN (Access Point Network) Solution by Dialog Enterprise, the business solutions arm of Sri Lanka’s premier mobile service provider Dialog Axiata PLC will enhance productivity and efficiency of organizations by giving real time updates from the field, while on the go.

Dialog BizConnect allows real time sales updates from across the Island and also allows optimum cost leadership in other business support services like inventory management and dispatch services paving the way for better resource management with the organization, according to a Dialog Axiata press release.

“This agreement also covers a complete mobile voice and BlackBerry solution system which will allow the Edna Group management and staff to have seamless voice and data communication services powered by Dialog’s island wide coverage. The new solution further includes an online billing monitoring portal which enables the tracking of billing and usage patterns and report generation. As such, the solutions that are implemented at Edna Group by Dialog Enterprise will help reduce costs and increase operational efficiencies of the company,” it said.

“As Dialog Axiata is a leader in innovation and also has the largest geographical coverage in Sri Lanka, they were naturally the first choice for Edna,” Lal Ekanayake, Group Director at Edna Group of Companies said. “The solutions offered by Dialog Enterprise leads to costs savings to the Edna Group which is essential to stay ahead of the curve in today’s fiercely competitive market.”

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