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Life at Finetech - Episode 6 - Finance Team

Today we are featuring our very own Finance Team, let's go around the Finance Team and see, what they are up to,
Sandani Samarawickrama
Sandani is a degree holder for Bachelors in Business Administration & she has gained two years of past experience as well. She is a product of Ananda Balika and is notable for being the backbone of finance. She plays the role of Assistant Accountant here at Finetech. Sandani is a very helpful character.lets see what sadani says“Finetech is a great place to work. It is something which keeps on changing everyday, so the Finetech family consist of people who are able to get adapted to that change, if not things are going to be a bit harder. When handling finance we should be extremely careful, so we work with a lot of patience. Because one single mistake can make a huge difference. It’s been 2 years since I have joined Finetech, I’m very happy to be here.”
Bhagya Hewavita Two years of past experience and has accomplished a Bachelors in Business Admin…
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