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QNET Software Engineering Research Laboratory launched a
Document Imaging Software Tool recently! 

See the press release for more details. 


QNET Human Resource Information System 
See the product data sheet for more details.

 


Press Releases

These are the press releases we've issued over the past three months. 

11th March 2001 -- Press Release 1
05th April   2001 -- Press Release 2 
02nd May   2001 -- Press Release 3 

 

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Recent Media Coverage of QNET Software Engineering
Research Laboratory


QNET Software Engineering Research Laboratory, a Sri Lankan software firm, has introduced a new strategic human resources management system built on open client / server architecture, which incorporates modern data handling and manipulation techniques. 

Based on a rigorous information engineering development methodology that uses repository-based business models, this software tool encapsulates the best human resource practices across industry which enhance and effectively deploy the core competencies that are key to an organization's success. 

This software designed to meet the needs of organizations that recognize the strategic management of their human resources is a key competitive advantage. "This system will allow firms to make correct managerial decisions. Modern day tools available in Information Technology have to be utilized fully and considered a key tool for success in the contemporary business environment" QNET's Managing Director, Dr. Erantha De Mel said. 

Sunday Times, 22nd April 2001 

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