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Tenaga Park Smart selects FriMi as parking meter payment partner


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From left: Tenaga Car Parks Business Development & Operations Head Dilshan Mathew, Operations Director Rehab Ariff, and Chief Executive Officer Duminda Jayathilake,  FriMi Digital Bank Head Nazeem Mohamed, and Technology Head Tharaka de Alwis

 

Tenaga Car Parks Ltd has selected and added on FriMi, Sri Lanka’s first Digital Bank, to their portfolio of mobile app parking payment partners for their Park Smart meters. 

Motorists can pay for their parking using FriMi, an industry leader in digital banking and mobile payments powered by Nations Trust Bank. 

An agreement was signed by Tenaga Car Park Chief Executive and Managing Director Duminda Jayathilake and FriMi Digital Bank Head Nazeem Mohamed. 

 “We are delighted to welcome on board FriMi as a parking payment partner. We believe FriMi’s wide reach and ability to provide a single system that supports a wide range of leading Sri Lankan Banks will be immensely convenient to the user,” said Jayathilake. 

“Using mobile apps to manage parking transactions is an inherent component of a smart city and as Colombo evolves to achieve that status, we are glad to incorporate that capability to FriMi and offer more convenient solutions to our customers,” said Mohamed. 

“It is essentially for user engagement but flexible in capability in order to stay ahead of the curve of what’s possible from a mobile payment application. Parking sessions could be extended remotely from the convenience of their smart phone. All these features will help the motorists tremendously and we are happy to play a role in this development,” noted Mohamed.


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