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Seminar on ‘How Business Intelligence is revolutionising your organisation’

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A seminar on ‘How Business Intelligence is revolutionising your organisation’ organised by Merchant Bank of Sri Lanka and Finance PLC (MBSL) will be held on Monday, 25 February from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute (No. 24, Horton Place, Colombo 07).

Three prominent speakers Cargills Bank Ltd. Managing Director/CEO Rajendra Theagarajah, DinesQL Ltd. Founder/Principal Architect Dinesh Priyankara and University of Moratuwa Senior Lecturer Dr. Uthayasanker Thayasivam, will address the seminar focusing mainly on The Role of Business Intelligence (BI) in Financial Sector, Self-Service Business Intelligence and How Business Intelligence Technology benefit to the Business Solutions and Lean Transformation.  As BI is the processes, technologies and tools needed to turn data into information and information into knowledge and knowledge into plans that drive profitable business action, it can be used in any sector including financial, manufacturing, service, healthcare, etc. BI will enable the organisations to take better business decisions as it based on the data which are quantifiable and not qualitative. 

This seminar will be of value to Directors, Managing Directors/Chief Executive Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Chief Technical Officers, Chief Investment Officers, Chief Operating Officers, General Managers/Deputy General Managers, Consultants, Senior Managers, Technology Planners, Strategic Managers, Economists, Bankers, Project Managers, IT Professionals, Decision Makers, Operational/Planning Managers, Line Business Managers, Executives and people with special interest in Business Intelligence. 


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