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Which Domain I belongs to 

Dear Team,

Kindly let me know I belongs to which domain like Finance, Insurance,Banking etc

My responsibilities as a Business Analyst :

Handling all incoming project enquiries and initate the requirement gathring for website design and development projects.

It includes Content Management System websites, E-commerce websites, Classifieds websites etc. i.e. across several verticals..

I am not sure that I belongs to which domain.

 

Please tell me, I belongs to which domain so that I can put in my resume.

Thanks,

Siranjeevi

 

 
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