Bespoke Software Development

All organizations are built on processes, most of these are manual and some are automated yet based on legacy systems that need upgrading. These can weigh down your organization as you strive to be more efficient. Streamlining your current business workflow with the introduction of technology in creating efficiency, quality and productivity is now a reality.

Saberion’s trained business consultants will carry out a thorough study and analysis of your current business processes, be they completely manual or automated (legacy systems). Following this analysis we provide you with a blue-print of automated workflows that will enable your organization to leverage off the best in technology and automation to grow productivity, create efficiency and minimize costs. It doesn’t matter what industry you belong to. We thrive on challenging ourselves and learning new domains. As long as a process exists, we will help to introduce technology that will streamline your operations.

“Quality solutions with speed & agility”

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Testimonials

“RemediumOne is Sri Lanka’s pioneering clinical research company founded in 2009. Saberion designed and developed a workflow system to streamline their Clinical Research practice”

“Saberion designed and developed a comprehensive “Claim Management System” for the CTTA that enabled all stakeholders in the industry (Sellers, Buyers and Suppliers) to centralize quality claims and complaints and manage them in a transparent manner”

“Expanding to over 150 gyms across India and Sri Lanka, Power World Gyms required a comprehensive web based application to manage membership, biometric access to gyms and customer personal training workout schedules”

“Manthri.lk is a pioneering trilingual website which, for the first time, profiles the actions and activities of each of the 225 Members of Parliament in Sri Lanka. Saberion designed and developed a comprehensive web based application capable of creating monitoring scorecards for MPs in Parliament using complex algorithms”