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AAT launches new website


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The AAT Sri Lanka last week launched its new website (www.aatsl.lk) at the Annual Conference by the Minister of Economic Reforms and Public Distribution Dr. Harsha de Silva. 

AAT Sri Lanka said its goal with this newly designed website is create a user-friendly browsing experience for trusted and valued customers and business partners.

The site contains integrated social media buttons for Facebook, Instagram and all the email addresses and inquiry forms to foster improved communication with the clients. 

AAT said current and prospective clients will find useful information about products and services on the website homepage as there are direct links to all major categories of AAT Sri Lanka and the online registration facility has been improved. Further, AAT Sri Lanka expects to expand more digitalised facilities in future, such as students’ accounts, online chat, trilingual services etc. 


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