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    Sundhar Manian
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      Project Management | Quality Assurance | Service Management | Scrum Master | DevOps Project Manager


    Jimi's Thoughts

    I worked with Sundhar at H&M where he was the team lead for an amazing team.

    Sundhar have a wonderful mix of brains and heart that is only topped by his strong technical skill and ability to turn any situation to success.

    Working with Sundhar was a pleasure and he always had my back when I needed it. He was always on top on every situation and even when things was a bit messy he made order out of chaos.

    Sundhar is an experienced, skilled and empathic team lead and project manager and I would love to work with him again.


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    I worked with Sundhar at H&M where he was the team lead for an amazing team.

    Sundhar have a wonderful mix of brains and heart that is only topped by his strong technical skill and ability to turn any situation to success.

    Working with Sundhar was a pleasure and he always had my back when I needed it. He was always on top on every situation and even when things was a bit messy he made order out of chaos.

    Sundhar is an experienced, skilled and empathic team lead and project manager and I would love to work with him again.

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