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E-Kitchen has devised a platform for the discerning connoisseur to avail of a novel throughput service through ‘tokenisation’, whereby the interested consumers would access the domain www.ekitchen.lk through mobile devises globally, together with options to avail from a variety of strategic partners, upon signing up, free of subscription cost. 

Events-based product offers commenced with hosting a live screening event during the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2018, presented from 29 June at Vault07 – No. 39, Horton Place, Colombo 7, creating an unique experience throughout the playoffs up to the grand finale, which is scheduled to be held on 16 July. 

On 29 June, E-Kitchen hosted the opening night where invitees, key partners and media personnel experienced this e-coupon concept first-hand, presented under the theme ‘World Cup Coupons Edition,’ which is expected to expand to showcase the Cricket and Rugby World Cups in 2019.

Based on how the initial prototype version performed during the live environment, the www.ekitchen.lk platform will create open sources for e-coupons, enabling a prospective partner restaurant to create its own coupons, capable of pre-ordering.

To help the developmental plans of Noillim Technologies, Awnee Razack was appointed as the CEO. Having started his career with John Keells Logistics Ltd., he drives his business vehicle on the theme ‘collaboration drives progress,’ where team work leads to synergy-based innovations. 

Noillim Technology has entered into a business partnership with Ceylonwings Holdings Ltd., driven by its CEO Shawn Gajasinghe, forming E-Kitchen as a Joint Venture to strengthen the developmental programs of Noillim Technologies.


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