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Dialog announces Touch Corporate Transport Card for enterprises

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Dialog Axiata PLC Group Chief Executive Supun Weerasinghe (right) handing over the agreement to Kangaroo Cabs Chairman Sunil Fonseka

Dialog Axiata PLC, Sri Lanka’s premier connectivity provider, introduced an innovative Touch Corporate Transport Card for enterprises, in partnership with Kangaroo Cabs. 

Expanding on the experience and insights gained in the last seven years with the Touch Corporate Fuel Card initially launched in 2012, Dialog is now venturing into the domain of a holistic quota management solution for corporates and their staff. 

Based on Near Field Communication (NFC) Technology, Touch aims to replace company fuel books, taxi, voucher books, etc., along with eliminating the time spent collating and reconciling usage information, while ensuring security and providing real-time management information and reporting. 

The Touch Corporate Transport Card was developed to benefit employees unable to utilise their fuel allowances due to reasons such as not owning a vehicle, owning an electric vehicle or for patrons of taxis or ride hailing services. 

The multi-purpose card facilitates payments for the usage of multiple transport modes, within an allocated quota, inclusive of services such as purchasing fuel at selected Lanka IOC, LAUGFS and Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CEYPETCO) filling stations, using Kangaroo Cabs and electric vehicle charging facilities.

The solution is available for all small and medium enterprises, company employees and fleets, increasing operational efficiencies and being cost efficient. For more information, please contact 011 7 100 200.

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