New Zealand’s Reivernet to enter Sri Lankan market
New Zealand based internet bandwidth management company Reivernet
plans to penetrate into the Sri Lankan market, targeting the hospitality
industry, which shows a significant growth in the recent past.
“Sri Lanka is a booming market where the hospitality industry is
concerned and we are targeting all major hotels to provide bandwidth
management solutions to satisfy customers in the sector, Reivernet Chief
Executive Officer David Stallworthy told Daily News Business.
He said that they were successfully operating in 10 countries and
planned to penetrate into emerging economies like Sri Lanka, because it
shows a viable boom in the hotel and hospitality sector during the
recent past. Stallworthy said that all leading five star hotels in the
country expressed their interest to obtain their internet bandwidth
management solution, which also could be promoted in schools, hospitals,
sports complexes and long-term distribution transport system.
“Sri Lanka is a young emerging market with a lot of potential because
hotels and other major sectors are coming up rapidly.
“Therefore, we could add value to software based bandwidth management
solutions to elevate Sri Lanka into international standards,”
Internet bandwidth software systems offer tailor-made customized
services to customers suitable for airports, sports complexes,
infrastructure projects which provides efficient and effective services
to the people with international standards, he said.“This was a cost
effective solution which is suitable for 20 to 750 plus room capacity
hotels,” Stallworthy added.
Local partner for “Reivernet” Intec Systems and Solutions, Daham
Arangalla said that for Sri Lanka to enter into a new technological era,
it is the need of the hour to have an efficient and effective internet
bandwidth management solution.
He said that this system was cost effective and had the latest
solutions to enhance the productivity in the country.