Veracity Group Positioned for Exponential Growth

Veracity Group, one of Sri Lanka’s fastest-growing technology services companies has structured itself with new appointments to key leadership roles as well as its four main divisions. Veracity Group aims to be the largest integrated disruptive platform with capabilities from Web 3.0, managed services, FAO, software development, integrated digital marketing, IOT, blockchain, and AI/ML. This new structuring brings out its key strengths in a manner which will help the company accomplish this goal.

Through its network of partners and clients, Veracity Groups challenges the boundaries of technology and has helped build many award-winning products and platforms. The group currently employs approximately 300 staff and services 30+ customers across Australia, Singapore, Norway, India, U.S and Middle East.

Some of the key new appointments are; Eric Selvadurai who serves as Veracity Groups Chairman, he possesses over three decades of experience has experience multiple spheres of management, including Business Process Management. He has several years of experience in setting up large scale IT offshoring operations in Sri Lanka and South Asia and has taken several public. He has also held several key leadership positions across global organizations.

Anton Ravindran will serve as its Independent Non-Executive Director and is currently the Founder of SmartLaw. He has been in the IT industry for nearly 3 decades and worked for IBM Labs, CA, Sun Microsystems and Oracle. Subsequently he won several accolades as an entrepreneur including Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2005 and 2006.

Jeevan Gnanam will serve as the Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Vice President (VP) of Veracity Technologies.  A seasoned entrepreneur and innovator, he has spearheaded the expansion of many global businesses out of Sri Lanka. He takes on a dual role as the operational CEO and VP of Products and Innovation and heads several of the new product initiatives for the group.

Veracity Digital, one of the four main divisions, focusing on building capability in cutting edge technologies such as AI/ML and Web 3.0. Digital be led by Jerome Perera and Dilanka Asiri.  Jerome leads a team of multidisciplinary technology professionals focused on driving innovation through data sciences and AI. Counting over 14 years of experience in Data Sciences, Machine Learning and Business Analytics, he has worked in multiple countries and has experience working with Fortune 500 corporations. Dilanka specializes in Micro-services architecture, delivering IOT, Web 3.0 and blockchain and building technology solutions to solve complex problems. Dilanka has experience in Software Development and management.

Veracity Services which focuses on Business Process Management for CX journeys, F&A, BPM process optimization as well as RPA hyper automation will be headed by Rohith Pradeep, the Vice President and Shazil Ismal, the COO of Veracity Services. Rohith is a seasoned professional with experience across many verticals including; Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, IT, and Operations across various local and multinational organizations. Shazil counts for over 19 years of experience in a diversified range of sectors. Shazil has been involved in finance migration projects from the Middle East, including setting up shared services operations.

Veracity Ventures, the venture capital arm of the group focused on strategic investments in product and services companies in emerging technology spheres will be headed by Lakshan De Silva, who has multiple years of experience in fund management and startup ecosystems.

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The Leadership Team of Veracity Group

Veracity group’s service offerings will focus on web 3.0 nativity, along with expertise in Fintech, AI/ML, Blockchain, Agri-tech all of which are key verticals in global markets.  Veracity Group will have a strong emphasis on tech exports based out of Sri Lanka with a focus on developing a strong talent pool of technology experts of global standards. Veracity group believes that this will enable Sri Lankan companies to broaden their footprint in the global technology sector.



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