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IFS Sri Lanka hosts knowledge sharing session and cocktails


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IFS Sri Lanka hosted its customers, partners, prospects and senior management to a session of knowledge sharing and cocktails at Galle Face Hotel recently. IFS Group CEO Alastair Sorbie took the opportunity of educating customers about IFS global operations while IFS Sri Lanka President Jayantha de Silva addressed the gathering about the 20-year journey of IFS Sri Lanka. The keynote address was by Vice President Global Industry Solutions Antony Bourne, who presented about the digital shift that is currently taking place in the world as well as in the region – Pix by Ruwan Walpola


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