KAL CEO wins the 2017 Exceptional Achievement Award from ATMIA
The ATM Industry Association (ATMIA) has presented KAL CEO Aravinda Korala with its annual award for exceptional achievement.
Aravinda, who founded KAL ATM Software in 1989, received the accolade at the ATMIA US Conference, which took place in Las Vegas from February 6 to 8, and was the biggest ever US ATM conference with more than 1100 delegates. It was ATMIA’s 19th annual event and took as its theme: “Innovate and Succeed: the Next Decade for ATMs”.
“It’s a great honour to be given this award, which is a reflection of KAL’s success and the company’s outstanding growth and innovation in recent years.” — Aravinda Korala, CEO, KAL
“KAL CEO Aravinda Korala is a great example of an ATM industry leader who is constantly striving for improvement and technological advancement in our field making him a worthy recipient of the ATMIA exceptional achievement award.” — ATMIA CEO Mike Lee
ATMIA is the leading non-profit trade association representing the entire global ATM industry. It serves more than 10,700 members from over 650 participating companies in 67 countries, including financial institutions, independent ATM deployers, equipment manufacturers, processors and a huge range of ATM service and value-added solution providers.
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KAL CEO wins the 2014 Outstanding Service award from ATMIA
KAL CEO Aravinda Korala has won an Outstanding Service award at the ATM Industry Association's (ATMIA) US ATM conference and expo in Las Vegas.
Innovation was the main theme of the ceremony, with the awards recognizing those industry leaders who have made a significant impact on the ATM world in the past year.
The award follows an excellent year for KAL, which culminated with the company adding a large number of new clients from many countries all around the world for its industry-leading ATM software.
"This honor is testament to the hard work we do at KAL to ensure our customers continue to offer their customers a superior ATM experience. I am very pleased our commitment to outstanding service has been recognized at such a prestigious event. Innovation is at the core of what we do and we are confident 2015 will be even more successful than 2014." — KAL CEO Aravinda Korala
"One of the joys of my job is honoring deserving individuals such as Aravinda Korala who give a great deal back to the ATM industry and make a significant difference through their outstanding efforts." — ATMIA CEO Mike Lee
KAL wins prestigious Queen's Award for Enterprise
International trade has been at the heart of KAL’s business strategy since the beginning. Today KAL has four regional offices and 11 satellite offices and employs professionals from 20 different nations with software certified in more than 30 languages.
“We are honoured to receive this award. It recognises our international commitment, focused on creating ATM software solutions to meet our global clients’ needs. International activity has been and will continue to be the cornerstone of KAL’s business as the preferred provider of ATM software to the world’s leading banks. I’d like to thank everyone at KAL for their ongoing commitment, positivity and dedication. And it goes without saying that we couldn’t have achieved our international success without the support of our fantastic customers worldwide.” — KAL CEO Aravinda Korala
“KAL have long led the way in integrated software for ATMs - which we all depend on for our cash needs. It sounds a simple thing, but it's a vital service backed up by sophisticated software, and their domination of the global market is well attested by this timely award. The economic recovery depends on companies like this who are willing to be bold in export markets. The plaudit is well deserved.” — Graham Birse, MD of Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce
The award reflects KAL’s remarkable track record with sales to banks in countries such as China, Chile, Thailand, Japan, Hungary, Italy and the US – where it beat global competition to win the contract to supply the giant Citibank with the software system to run thousands of its ATM machines in 28 countries.
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