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FITIS new office complex to provide enhanced facilities to key stakeholders

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The new office complex of FITIS was opened for the benefit of its key stakeholders on Friday, 29 March by Digital Infrastructure and Information Technology Minster Ajith P. Perera, together with Ministry of Digital Infrastructure and IT Secretary D.C. Dissanayake, ICTA CEO Damith Hettihewa, Dr. Kithsiri Manchanayake and members of the FITIS in Colombo 2.

The new office complex will provide enhanced facilities for over 200 members. The office complex aims to demonstrate FITIS’s commitment to towards the ICT Industry both at a local and global level. 

The new office complex also boasts of a modern boardroom and enhanced facilities to conduct industry focus training programs for the benefit of FITIS members. The new office also housed various meeting and training rooms for the benefit of its members with computer workstations.

FITIS Chairman Dr. Kithsiri Manchanayake said the new office complex is a proud icon of the ICT industry. 

FITIS Chief Executive Officer Aruna Alwis noted, “FITIS, in its capacity as one of the largest industry groups in the country has always demonstrated exceptional standing in the ICT industry. Our primary aim is to provide our members with enhanced facilities and this new office will ensure we achieve this goal.” 

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