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BMICH implements SAP Business One HANA Enterprise Resource Planning Solution

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BMICH and PBSS management teams at the signing ceremony with Sunil Dissanayake CEO BMICH and Madura Gamanayake, Chairman /Managing Director, PBSS Group

BMICH has implemented SAP Business One HANA Enterprise Resource Planning Solution to streamline and automate processes which creates more visibility to the core operations.

The PBSS Group was selected to facilitate the implementation and plans to complete by January 2022 bringing all operations processes to a single platform.

SAP Business One HANA with Version 10 implementation will facilitate Dash Boards and KPIs to monitor the operations of BMICH thereby providing the facility to execute more effective decision-making. Team PBSS will bring value additions with the implementation of Sap Business One HANA to BMICH like real time information, approval workflows, segregated duties to increase the efficiencies.

Perfect Business Solution Services is a SAP Gold Partner and is the partner for both SAP Business One and SAP Business by Design. PBSS has been in the ERP solution industry for the last 19 years and has won many awards for their quality of deliveries and Volume of Sales in NBEA, CNCI, SAP Awards and Entrepreneur Awards.

Set in sprawling 36 Acre landscaped gardens with 15 well laid and spacious car parks that can accommodate 3000 vehicles at a given time, BMICH is Sri Lanka’s largest and Asia’s very first purpose-built convention centre with ultra-modern facilities which has been presented with multiple global awards in the recent past.



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President orders probe into notification issued by Department of Immigration and Emigration

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It has been reported that President Wickremesinghe ordered an investigation into the notification issued by the Department of Immigration and Emigration requesting all  Russian and Ukrainian tourists to leave the country within 14 days.

According to the President’s Media Division (PMD), the relevant notification was issued without prior approval from the Cabinet of Ministers.

The decision had reportedly been taken as certain foreign tourists are running illegal businesses in the country.

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Contentious Chinese research vessel docks in Maldives

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Xiang Yang Hong 03 has previously visited Indian Ocean on several other occasions

A contentious Chinese research ship reached the Maldives on Thursday in the latest sign of the archipelago’s diplomatic reorientation towards Beijing and away from its traditional benefactor India.

Local residents said they had spotted China’s Xiang Yang Hong 3 at the Thilafushi industrial port near the capital Male.The 100-metre-long (328-foot) vessel was at an anchorage near Male on Thursday evening, according to the website Marinetraffic.

The Maldives’ pro-Beijing government said earlier the vessel was docking for a port call to rotate crew and take on supplies, on the condition that it would not conduct “research” while in its territorial waters.

Media reports in India had suggested that the vessel was conducting surveillance for Beijing.

India is suspicious of China’s increasing presence in the Indian Ocean and its influence in Sri Lanka and the Maldives, which are strategically placed halfway along key east-west international shipping routes.Relations between Male and New Delhi have chilled since pro-China President Mohamed Muizzu won elections last year.

Muizzu has asked India to withdraw 89 security personnel based in the Maldives to operate reconnaissance aircraft by March 15.But the president has also insisted he does not want to upend ties with New Delhi by replacing Indian troops with Chinese forces.

Sri Lanka refused entry to Xiang Yang Hong 3 after two other port calls from Chinese vessels since 2022 raised objections from India.That included the ship Yuan Wang 5, which specializes in spacecraft tracking and which New Delhi described as a spy ship. (AFP)

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MP Harsha in Australia as “Special visitor”

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Harsha de Silva

Opposition MP and Chairman of the Committee on Public Finance (COPF) Harsha de Silva is currently in Australia as a special visitor.

Taking to ‘X’, the Samagi Jana Balawegaya (SJB) MP said he had embarked on a nine-day visit on an invitation extended by the Government of Australia.

“My engagements with policymakers, academics, scientists and investment managers began in Melbourne and will continue in Adelaide and then public officials and politicians in Canberra,” he added.

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