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PickMe welcomes HNB Finance to corporate transport partnership fold

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Further strengthening their corporate liaisons, PickMe, Sri Lanka’s leading technology driven mobility provider entered into a corporate partnership with premier financial solutions provider HNB Finance. 

PickMe’s signature safe, convenient and reasonable priced taxi-hailing service provides corporate entities a reliable, technology enabled platform to fulfil their transportation requirements along with a plethora of other benefits. PickMe has been serving corporate entities such as John Keells Holdings, Hayleys Group, Brandix, Aitken Spence and MAS Holdings for the past few years. 

“Our web and mobile based platforms are well-suited to accommodate the transport requirements of corporate entities. In addition to the immediate 20 to 30% reduction in travel bills, we offer our corporate customers functions such as live tracking and route maps. Our IT force comprehends the special requirements of corporate travellers and how companies need a flawless and a user-friendly tracking system. Hence, we are well-equipped to facilitate large companies to manage their staff transport needs,” commented VP Corporate Sales Indika Elvitigala.

PickMe travel portal is easy to manage and use as it does not require reconciliation. PickMe enables route map generation for all staff travel along with an automated log sheet that includes travel history. This log sheet can easily be exported into Excel or as a PDF file with a special field for reference. PickMe provides an assurance of 85% fleet availability offering clients’ access to over 5,000 vehicles from three wheelers, mini cars, sedans and vans. 

“PickMe’s efficient and robust platforms provide us with convenience along with traceability. Moreover, PickMe gives us access to a ready fleet of vehicles driven by reliable drivers. In our line of business, time is of the essence, PickMe’s transport solution assists us cut down the usual hassle of travel time and streamline our staff transport system,” commented DGM – HR and Administration/CHRO Ruwan Fernando.

PickMe’s 24-hour special corporate support line and the coverage grid provide clients access to transport services from Colombo, Kandy and Negombo. PickMe corporate partnerships involve an attractive credit period, paperless transactions and 100% visibility and traceability. 


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