hSenid Biz Solutions expands global reach

Sri Lanka’s premier enterprise IT company, hSenid, implemented a Government-wide interconnected, scalable Human Capital Management (HCM) System, connecting over 235 ministries and local agencies and over 450,000 officers in Uganda. hSenid’s latest partnership with the Government of Uganda is another milestone in its cap of international business, with this pioneer Sri Lankan enterprise IT company now present in 40 countries, serving over 1,300 clients. 


hSenid partners with the University of Peradeniya, in its continuous effort towards empowering future global talent

hSenid Business Solutions, a leading Human Resources Solutions provider in Sri Lanka, signed a partnership with the University of Peradeniya (UoP), a prestigious state higher education institution. The signing of such agreements has been a continuous effort by hSenid, in partnership with state universities such as Jayawardenapura, Colombo, Kelaniya and Moratuwa in it’s initiative towards building globally competitive local talent.

This partnership further supplements the scope of the Human Resource programmes provided by the university, adding strategic value to the study by capturing the essence of HRIS, encapsulating the complete automation of HR with Analytics and Artificial Intelligence-driven HR Tech advancements. A partnership aimed at grooming future minds in the pursuit of building a strong business landscape in Sri Lanka that moves ahead globally with technology.


hSenid partners Moratuwa University to empower undergraduates towards the digital corporate

From left: hBS Head of Marketing and Communications Vichalya Wijesuriya, hBS Head of Support and Enterprise Delivery Mahinda Pathirana, hBS Chief Product Owner Asitha Goonewardena, hBS Director and CEO Sampath Jayasundara, UoM Faculty of Business Dean Senior Professor S.W.S.B. Dasanayaka, UoM Faculty of Business Department of Management of Technology Senior Professor V.M. Wickramasinghe, UoM Faculty of Business Department of Management of Technology Head Dr. Amali Wijekoon, and UoM Faculty of Business Department of Industrial Management Shenal Rajakarunanayake