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Pera University wins Inter-University Enterprise Mobility Software Development Competition 2011

The University of Peradeniya emerged winners for their Agricultural and Livestock Assistance Pack solution at the Inter-University Enterprise Mobility Software Development Competition organized by Sri Lanka Association of Software and Services Companies (SLASSCOM) and Motorola Solutions.

Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology (APIIT) was picked 1st runner-up for the Agri Techno solution whilst the teams from University of Ruhuna and University of Jaffna emerged as the joint 2nd runner-up teams for the Authoritative Posted Mail Tracking System and the On the Spot Accident Reporting System (OSARS) solutions, respectively.

Sixteen teams from 12 Universities and University affiliation colleges of Sri Lanka consisting Universities of Peradeniya, Ruhuna, Kelaniya, Jaffna, Colombo, Uva Wellassa, Rajarata, OUSL, NIBM, APIIT, SLIIT and IIT demonstrated the Enterprise level Mobile Applications developed during last five months. The shortlisted 16 solutions were selected out of the 49 initial entries by a panel of experts. All applications address the needs of different industry verticals such as Healthcare, Plantation, Tourism, Retail, Warehouse Management, Transportation and public organizations such as Railways, Postal, Energy and Utilities.

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