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eChannelling joins hands with Helakuru

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Bhasha Lanka (Helakuru) Founder/Chief Executive Officer Dhanika Perera exchanging the partnership agreement with eChannelling General Manager Suneth Haputhanthri. Also present were (from left) Bhasha Lanka (Helakuru) Head of Marketing and Operations Sanoj Siriwardana, eChannelling Manager Madura Hewage, eChannelling Business Development Manager Mohan Ajithkumar, and eChannelling Senior Information Systems Manager Samankumari Amarasinghe 

eChannelling, the largest doctor channelling network in Sri Lanka, has joined hands with Helakuru Mobile App, the most downloaded local app on Google Play Store and Apple App Store, empowering over five million Sri Lankans with localised digital services. Through this partnership, users can channel a doctor conveniently through the Helakuru app using Sinhala language. Having launched as a Sinhala keyboard app eight years ago, Helakuru is now evolving as a platform for digital service providers to take their digital services efficiently and effectively to over five million Sri Lankans.

Over the years, eChannelling’s operations have demonstrated that a digitally-enabled healthcare sector brings innumerable benefits to the people of the nation. The brand is bridging the gap between healthcare providers and the public by improving effectiveness and efficiency of service consumption in a user-friendly way.

Having a network of over 250 recognised hospitals, more than 5,500 doctors, over 2,000 outlets and coverage of any telecommunication network, eChannelling is the easiest way to channel a doctor from anywhere at any time. eChannelling is the first company in Sri Lanka to offer a complete e-commerce based service in the health sector and one of the first public quoted technology companies in the Colombo Stock Exchange. 

eChannelling PLC is a subsidiary of Mobitel Ltd and the pioneer software developer and ICT service provider to the healthcare industry in the country. Mobitel has taken digital healthcare to the next level by adding eChannelling to its portfolio and strengthening its position in the country’s telecommunications industry.

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