FriMi by Nations Trust Bank signs on as Official Digital Banking Partner for FITIS Sri Lanka Internet Day 2022 – Adaderana Biz English

FriMi, has come on board as the Official Digital Banking Partner for ‘Sri Lanka Internet Day 2022’, organized by the Digital Services Chapter of the Federation of Information Technology in Sri Lanka (FITIS) on 22n.d November 2022 at The Hilton, Colombo.

“NTB and FriMi are proud to serve as Official Digital Banking Partners for FITIS Internet Day Sri Lanka 2022. As a dynamic promoter of digital payments in Sri Lanka, we strongly believe in the power of the internet and digital payments to introduce a new standard. of convenience and making life easier, and creating new opportunities for businesses to flourish,” said NTB Chief Marketing Officer, Sanjaya Senarath.

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Held under the theme: ‘Digital Freedom: A Lifeline to Overcome Challenges’, this is the second consecutive year that the conference will be held and will be open to Sri Lankans from all walks of life to engage with local and international industry experts.

“We appreciate the collaboration between FRIMI and FITIS. Their support adds weight to our shared belief that all stakeholders in Sri Lanka’s economy – from the government sector to large corporations, SMEs, start-ups and entrepreneurs – must find ways to use the internet to their advantage.

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“Through Sri Lanka Internet Day, we aim to connect these communities with global players, to encourage technology and knowledge exchange, and to strengthen Sri Lanka’s competitive position as a player in the world in online innovation,” FITIS Immediate Past Digital Services Chapter and Co – Internet Day Chair Sri Lanka, said Jiffry Zulfer.

This year’s theme was “Digital Lifestyle” chosen by the organizers, to show how citizens are involved in the digital society; and how the internet and digitalization can benefit everyday life through fusion and information technology. The term “digital life” is used to distinguish those parts of human life that occur in “cyberspace”, or are closely related to digital technologies, and other parts of the world that occur in “real life” independent of digital technologies. .

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Label: FITIS Chief Executive Dinesh CA Sattrukalsinghe, NTB Chief Marketing Officer, Sanjaya Senarath, FITIS Past President Digital Services and Co – Chairman Sri Lanka Internet Day, Jiffry Zulfer, and FITIS Vice President Digital Services Chapter, Omar Sahib.


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