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Lanka BPO Academy recently completed a ‘Train the Trainer’ training program at InfoMate Ltd. InfoMate is a provider of outsourced finance and accounting services and is a fully-owned subsidiary of John Keells Holdings PLC (JKH), Sri Lanka’s No.1 corporate blue chip. JKH is Sri Lanka’s largest listed conglomerate with business interests in transportation, leisure, consumer foods and retail, property development, financial services, information technology and plantation services. InfoMate provides accounting and payroll services to companies in the John Keells Group together with servicing several third party clients in Sri Lanka, Europe and Australia. InfoMate Private Ltd. was the first Sri Lankan company in the outsourced accounting space, to be awarded the ISO 27001:2005 certification, which is the leading standard on information security and confidentiality in the world.
The program was a “train the trainer” program and covered 15 of InfoMate’s senior trainers. The objective of the programme was to equip InfoMate’s trainers with training skills, tools and effective training delivery.
Lanka BPO Academy (www.lankabpoacademy.lk) is an entity dedicated to develop human capital in Sri Lanka. It has collaborated with many international and local partners to deliver various training programs of global standards, to enhance skill levels of organisations.
InfoMate CEO Jehan Perinpanayagam stated: “It is great to have all our trainers equipped with essential training skills. Training is vital in ensuring quality and effectiveness across the organisation and I believe this program will have a positive impact on the organisation. We are extremely satisfied with the quality of the training program. I would like to thank the ICT Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA) for supporting us in this training program”
Commenting on the program, Lanka BPO Academy CEO Yasas V. Abeywickrama said that it was exciting to work with a reputed group such as John Keells. He also said: “We are happy that our collective experience as well as collaborations with global partners have offered value to Sri Lankan corporates and thereby help them to move to the next stage in their businesses.”

Source: DailyFT