ATLANTA, Oct. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Vensai Technologies and the Community Tsunami Early Warning Centre (CTEC) today announced that Vensai has provided funding and equipment for the operations of CTEC, as well as a long-term financial commitment to support CTEC's mission. A non-profit organization founded in 2005, CTEC is the first and only community tsunami early-warning center in Sri Lanka and provides a warning service for disasters through its protective sirens, disaster preparedness school education programs, and hundreds of local Sri Lankan volunteers stationed throughout the coastline.
"We are thrilled to partner with our outstanding 'Heroes' from Vensai," said Alison Thompson, Co-Founder of CTEC. "Today, Vensai has committed to making a critical difference in many thousands of lives, and CTEC salutes Vensai and sends a heartfelt Sri Lankan 'thank you' for its contribution to our mission."
"Vensai is proud to make a charitable donation in support of the work that CTEC's staff and many volunteers do for Sri Lankans every day," said Srinivasa Nimmagadda, CEO and Founder of Vensai. "The 2004 Asian Tsunami devastated that region and showed us all the necessity for disaster preparedness—technology and education can save lives and provide some peace of mind by avoiding false warnings. Vensai's commitment to CTEC is part of our own mission to support causes and organizations that provide critical services to people in need."
About Vensai Technologies
Vensai Technologies, Inc. is a boutique consulting firm providing software development solutions for the world's top Healthcare and Logistics companies. Based in Atlanta, with Global Delivery Centers in the US and India, Vensai combines the benefits of small-company agility with an exceptional depth of vertically-focused talent and resources to deliver consulting services, staffing services, or dedicated delivery centers for its clients. Vensai works with companies such as K&N Logistics, Agility Logistics, Group Healthcare, and the State of Georgia (US).
Community Tsunami Early-Warning Center was founded in Sri Lanka in April of 2005 after the 2004 Asian tsunami disaster killed over 250,000 people in 15 countries surrounding the Indian Ocean. CTEC was founded by New York Humanitarian volunteer Alison Thompson and Dr Novil Wijesekara.
CTEC's Vision is to create a disaster preparedness culture in Sri Lanka at community level through community participation and empowerment while sharing the benefits of information technology with rural communities for culturally appropriate and sustainable development. For more information, visit www.communitytsunamiwarning.com.
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