HNB Chief Operating Officer Dilshan Rodrigo exchanging the MOU with DHL Keells (Pvt) Ltd. Country Manager Dimithri Perera. (From left) DHL Keells (Pvt) Ltd. Finance Director Anton Perera, DHL Keells (Pvt) Ltd Head of IT Vajira Bandara, HNB Head of Cards Roshantha Jayatunge, and HNB Card Acquisition Executive Samantha Jayatilake are also in the picture.
DHL Express, the world’s leading international express services provider, today introduced a new cashless payment service in collaboration with Hatton National Bank (HNB). Powered by HNB’s state-of-the-art cash management solutions, this service will bring convenience to a whole new level for DHL customers.
DHL is the latest organization to join HNB’s e-banking platform as a payee partner, and sign up for HNB’s modern point-of-sale (POS) solution — known as MOMO. A ground-breaking innovation, HNB MOMO frees customers from cash transactions, reducing time spent on queues and inefficient
“We are pleased to partner HNB in offering cashless payment solutions to our customers. We hope that the additional option will provide our customers with the convenience and flexibility they desire as our society rapidly moves towards embracing cashless transactions. This latest move underscores our commitment to live up to the DHL brand promise of ‘Excellence, Simply Delivered’, by providing unparalleled logistics services to our customers, said DHL Express Sri Lanka Country Manager Dimithri Perera.
HNB Head of Cards Roshantha Jayatunge said, “Our research has revealed a sizeable demand for cashless payments, as evidenced by the large majority of the Sri Lankan population that now owns either a debit or credit card. HNB’s latest partnership with DHL will unleash a new wave of convenience for DHL customers by leveraging the latest in technology to make payment processing