Telecom

The Access Group initiated its activities in the Telecommunications sector through the launch of the Telecom Division in 1996. The division has, through focused effort and versatile vision grown into a substantial force in the industry. With our emphasis on serving telecommunication service providers, we have added substantial value to our clients through the introduction of key technologies and provision of a wide range of outsourced services.

Today the Telecommunication Sector business of the group is carried out by several subsidiary companies which focus on their individual core area of expertise. The activities of the group range from telecommunication services, technology solutions to telecommunication engineering solutions.

In the Telecommunication Services sector The Access Group provides a wide range of outsourced services including infrastructure development, engineering services and managed services to the Telcos. Further, the company uses the synergies of multi-discipline capability to provide specialized services required by the Telcos / service providers

The Access Group provides technology solutions through partnerships with technology power houses to the Telcos and development of VAS solutions. Access offers supply, system integration, training solution through its partnerships with well known technology providers in the Telco space. We also develop Value added Service (VAS) solutions which are focused on enabling m-commerce.

Optical fiber network solutions using the latest equipment including horizontal direct drilling technologies are amongst the many engineering services provided by Access in the Telecommunications arena.

The Access Group also focuses on providing build and operate services for the Telcos. The company engages on converting infrastructure development requirements of Telcos to a more effective proposition through sharing and optimization.

The Telecommunication sector companies have been focusing its activities in the Sri Lankan market until 2008 and since then has moved into international markets of South Asia, South East Asia and Middle East. It is envisaged that a substantial part of the business of the sector will be derived out of international operations in the next decade.