Bartleet IT Sector is a combined effort to empower the ICT industry of Sri Lanka with cutting-edge solutions and customer-focused delivery, ensuring that our clients come first with every step that we take.

The cluster comprises three well-renowned ICT companies of the country: Bartleet Technologies, Bartleet Electronics, and BC Computers, which for four decades have empowered Sri Lankan businesses, particularly in the banking and financial sector, with technology-driven solutions that deliver prodigious business outcomes.

As an ICT cluster we have been at the forefront of innovation and technological change in Sri Lanka for forty years and have many firsts to our credit. We have always been and we will continue to be the number one IT solutions provider in Sri Lanka by dedicating ourselves to serve the public and corporates with the latest best-of-breed solutions and products of the market.


Bartleet & Co. is a century old Sri Lankan business entity. Founded by Wilton Bartleet in 1904, the company started as a small brokering firm. Today, the Bartleet Group is a dynamic conglomerate with multiple interests closely knitted to Sri Lanka’s economic expansion.

That is the driving force behind every visionary dream birthed by the Bartleet Group, resulting in pioneering a range of successful businesses and ventures over the past 110 years. Since then we’ve evolved & transformed ourselves to create a steadfast Legacy that has contributed to economic growth and enhanced the lives of millions of Sri Lankans.

As the next phase of the Company’s realigned strategic plan is unveiled, Bartleet is exploring new avenues to form strategic partnerships and alliances globally. As such the Group Vision remains to primarily impact Sri Lanka, its Economy and its People whilst also spill over to the whole of South Asia. The existing alliances formed with International Companies stand testament of Bartleet’s credibility in harnessing long and fruitful partnerships with established global conglomerates, over the years.



First to introduce microcomputers to the Sri Lankan market (Tandy TRS 80 by Radio Shack in 1979)

First to introduce Intel-based UNIX OS in Sri Lanka

First integrated core banking system implementation in Sri Lanka – Bank of Ceylon

First cheque clearing system (CITS) solution – Central Bank of Sri Lanka

First fully automated telecom billing system – Sri Lanka Telecom

First decentralized branch (Intel UNIX) automation with People’s Bank