Introducing: Vasanthi Selladurai, Consultant at Change8

Vasanthi has more than 17 years’ experience working with IFS applications from Apps 99 to IFS Cloud. Her extensive knowledge also encompasses enterprise-wide applications using Microsoft SQL Server.

She ‘fell’ into IT as a teenager, but the sector is now very much her natural home. Her vast experience is invaluable to Change8, where she’s continuing to expand her skills.

Based in Sri Lanka, Vasanthi’s work includes supporting clients with application queries and data migration issues. She worked on Change8’s recent project to deliver the UK’s first IFS Cloud implementation.

She says: “I’m pleased to be part of Change8’s growing team. IFS is becoming more complex, but I enjoy the challenge – I’m addicted to IFS. The latest product, IFS Cloud, has more features and caters to most customer requirements.”

Away from her desk, Vasanthi is kept busy by her four dogs, three of which are German Shepherds. She’s also a fan of carrom, a tabletop game popular in South Asia that’s a combination of pool and air hockey.

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