Business and Economics
Nagarro celebrates six months in Sri Lanka plans expansion

Nagarro SE, a global leader in digital product engineering and technology solutions, completed six months in Sri Lanka, announcing substantial expansion plans of building a team of over 500 top-tier technology professionals. Nagarro SE chose Sri Lanka as its first international addition since its debut as an independent, publicly traded company in December 2020 at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in Germany. It is the 26th country to Nagarro’s rapidly expanding global footprint.

Nagarro serves customers across 13 business verticals, including automotive, banking and financial services, insurance, energy and utilities, life sciences, healthcare, telecommunications, retail, travel and logistics. Nagarro offers solutions built with deep expertise in AI & ML, big data, cloud, ERP, embedded systems, IoT, quality & test engineering, security, and DevOps.

Even before the pandemic, Nagarro always gave its employees the option of working in diverse remote environments, believing that virtual remote teams are the future of work.
Microsoft and LinkedIn share latest data to improve hybrid working

Satya Nadella and Ryan Roslansky, the CEO of LinkedIn, recently sat down to talk about the key secular trends they’re seeing as people and organizations everywhere adjust to hybrid work. Their conversation is part of an effort between Microsoft and LinkedIn to help leaders and their teams navigate this new world of work, and here I’ll share more about the trends we’re seeing, and the data behind them.

As Satya and Ryan mentioned, the evolving Delta variant is compelling many of us to adjust plans for reopening worksites. It’s a stark reminder that this is the new normal. Our ability to come together will ebb and flow. In fact, this week we had planned to fully reopen Microsoft’s own Redmond headquarters.

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German philanthropist donates two ventilator machines

Upon the request of Director /CEO Mahinda Saranapala of Kelani Cables PLC, Ivor Vancuylenberg, a Sri Lankan living in Fulda ,Germany sent two ventilator machines to theKelani Cables recently.

Director /CEO Mahinda Saranapala said that one of the machines was handed over to the Colombo North Teaching Hospital, Ragama to use in Ward 21 where Covid 19 patients are being treated. Further he said the other one will be sent to the Kiribathgoda Regional Hospital by this week.

A simple handing over ceremony took place at Kelani Cables premises on September 27 with the participation of Ivor Vancuylenberg and representatives from the Ragama Teaching Hospital .Later they have handed over the ventilator machine and some hospital equipments and hospital aid to the health authorities of the Ragama Teaching Hospital

The total value of the donation was Rs.500, 000. Kelani Saviya CSR coordinator Jayantha Wijesinghe coordinated the donation.

Professor Arjuna Premawardena VP and representatives from the Ragama Teaching Hospital were present to take over the donation.

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