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Indra Group of Companies partners with PickMe for efficient corporate mobility solutions


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From left: Indra Group of Companies Accountant Dinesh Weerakumarage, Indra Group of Companies Director Nalin Amunugama, PickMe Chief Operating Officer Isira Perera, PickMe Head of Corporate Sales Lakmal Weerasuriya and PickMe Manager Kandy Branch Operations Danush Gandhi 
 

Reinforcing the company’s corporate alliances, PickMe, Sri Lanka’s leading technology driven mobility solutions provider welcomed Indra Group of Companies to the corporate partnership fold. Commencing as a sole trader of motor vehicles in year 1973, Indra Group of companies is presently a leading private enterprise with over 45 years of experience in dealing with motor vehicles, motor spares and workshops in Sri Lanka. The group has also strongly diversified into property development. The company’s product range covers Japanese and European brands and commercial vehicles from China as well. The company was a pioneer in the market and developed a renowned brand name for vehicle dealings in Sri Lanka.

“PickMe’s platform is reliable and safe, which are two of the most important aspects that we look for in a transport solutions provider. The system offers us the chance to readily trace the movement of vehicles and access to records for reference. Their expertise in navigating traffic and the congested roads of Colombo in a time efficient manner is an added advantage,” commented Indra Group of Companies Director Nalin Amunugama.

During the past three years, PickMe’s safe, convenient and reasonably priced ride hailing digital platform has been providing transport solutions to corporate entities across the nation. In addition to providing fast-paced and secure transport services, PickMe offers a plethora of value added benefits to partner companies. PickMe has been serving corporate entities such as John Keells Holdings, Hayleys Group, Brandix, Aitken Spence, HNB Finance and MAS Holdings for the past few years.

“Companies across Sri Lanka require reliable and efficient transport solutions that are easy to track in order to maintain proper records and also to conduct their business activities in a professional and efficient manner. Our web and mobile based platforms are especially suited to meet objectives such as this, as we provide relevant functions such as live tracking and route maps. Our systems undergo constant analysis and necessary modifications to ensure the smooth functioning in addition to the introduction of new features aimed at making the user’s experience better. As such, companies can look to us for foolproof and user friendly mobility solutions,” commented PickMe Chief Operating Officer Isira Perera.

Corporate partners can use PickMe’s automated log sheet enabled route map generation system that comes with travel history to maintain proper records of transportation. The function is easy to manage as the sheets can be exported into Excel or as a PDF file with a special field for reference. Relying on the strength of its extensive vehicle fleet which includes three wheelers, bikes, mini cars, sedans and vans, PickMe assures vehicle availability at any given time. PickMe’s 24-hour special corporate support line and the coverage grid provides corporate clients access to mobility services from Colombo, Kandy, Gampaha, and Negombo, etc.


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