Microsoft Sri Lanka, establishing its formal presence in 2004 as a fully owned subsidiary
of Microsoft Corporation - the world leader in software, services and solutions
- has become a formidable brand in Sri Lanka with a wide and impactful reach across
Stemming from the mission to create software that empowers and enriches people in
the workplace, at school, and at home, Microsoft is committed to expand the power
and reach of the PC and its users, in this new Internet era.
Microsoft Sri Lanka is driven by the vision to redefine and transform the Sri Lankan
IT landscape. The company is committed to bring in new technological solutions that
make an impact on every Sri Lankan. Microsoft has been a catalyst of change not
just by granting access to global technologies but also through its community development
initiatives to build capacity, enhance employability and change the way Sri Lanka
educates, learns & conducts business.
Microsoft promotes its products and services in Sri Lanka through its strong partner
and reseller network, which specializes in positioning the right products at the
right consumer. Microsoft Sri Lanka is keen on developing the partner ecosystem
by enabling partners to obtain certifications and grow their businesses.
The different segments that comprise the Microsoft Sri Lanka operations are: Enterprise
Partner Group (EPG), Small and Midmarket Solutions & Partners (SMS&P) group,
Public Sector (PS) division, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Sector, Marketing
division and Microsoft Services group. Team Microsoft’s strong commitment to deliver
maximum value to its customers and partners has resulted in strengthening the brand
and its reach across the island.
The company has won many accolades including being chosen as the country’s 1st Business
Superbrand in the IT Industry. Microsoft Sri Lanka is also the youngest company
ever to be nominated among the Top 100 Most Respected Entities in the country, with
a history of only 3½ years.
Microsoft’s achievements in Sri Lanka have helped in no small measure to transform
the IT landscape of the country. It has strategically pursued its role as a change
agent and since inception, has touched over 1 million Sri Lankan lives through its
numerous education and training initiatives. With their sights set high, Microsoft
is poised to discover new ‘Vistas’ that will truly transform the IT landscape of