EPSI expands e-commerce offering with Takas.lk partnership

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From left: EPSI Technology Systems Product Manager - Chanaka De Mel, EPSI Technology Components Product Manager - Dinesh Kumar, EPSI Technology CEO – Niranjan Canagasooryam, Takas.lk CEO - LahiruPathmala, Takas.lk Manager Business Development - Shohaib Khan, Takas.lk Senior Visual Designer - B.Rajbavan


Sri Lanka’s pioneering total PC solutions provider EPSI Technology (Pvt) Ltd announced an exciting new partnership with dynamic e-commerce retailer Takas.lk for the resale of a vast variety of sophisticated IT-based products. 
Through its timely partnership with Takas.lk, an increasingly popular platform for a growing number of Sri Lankans across the island, EPSI aims to further consolidate its significant market share while enabling its valued consumers to gain an unprecedented level of access to a sophisticated variety of tablets, notebooks, desktops, projectors, monitors, motherboards, graphic cards and networking products comprised of some of the world’s leading brands in tech – such as ASUS and ViewSonic.
Expanding on the significance of this new tie-up with Takas.lk, EPSI Technology Chief Executive Officer, Mr.NiranjanCanagasooryam expressed confidence in the move towards an even greater presence in the country’s online retail space.“e-commerce and online retailing in particular are a phenomenon that continues to show remarkable growth across many diverse markets around the world and Sri Lanka too is showing very promising signs, as can be seen by the ever-increasing success of our new partners, Takas.lk. 
“Having established a tried and tested reputation as one of Sri Lanka’s most trusted total PC solutions providers, we believe that our continuing expansion of EPSI’s e-commerce presence at this early stage in the Sri Lankan market will help us to further secure our brand position and most importantly, deliver a heightened service offering to our valued customers.”
Established in 2012, Takas.lk has evolved into a dynamic player in the Sri Lankan e-commerce segment. Receiving an average of over 12,000 visits per day and backed by over 260,000 Facebook fans, www.takas.lk is one of Sri Lanka’s most popular e-commerce websites. A trendsetter that was the first to introduce the cash-on-delivery payment method, Takas.lk retails over 12,000 high quality products ranging from electronics to furniture. 
Commenting on the significance of the partnership from the vibrant perspective of his company, Takas.lk CEO, Lahiru Pathamalal, expressed his satisfaction at the addition of EPSI’s top-of-the-line IT solutions to their product range.  “EPSI has long been a respected leader in the Sri Lankan market and so we are very pleased to forge this new relationship with them and work together to deliver even more value to our users. By joining with us, EPSI will be able to gain access to a vibrant, discerning, online retail customer base that will only continue to grow,” he stated.
EPSI Technology (Pvt) Ltd is a leading provider of total PC solutions. With over two decades of experience in the IT industry and in partnership with world renowned brands such as ASUS &ViewSonic, EPSI is recognizably rated as a leading IT company in providing innovative, high quality and technologically advanced products with excellent after sales service and support. EPSI adopts world-class practices, ensuring consistent quality across every aspect of its business, from its products and services, to its business processes, relationships and stakeholder experiences.


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