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Channa De Silva, General Manager, CEO, Lanka Clear handing over the sponsorship Cheque to Prasad Hettiarachchi, Head of CxO Forum Organizing Committee, FITIS. Wayomi Gunathilaka, Manager - Business Development and Brand Promotions, Lanka Clear (left corner), Sudath Amarasinghe, Chairman Infotel Organising Committee, FITIS and Wasantha Weerakoon, Chairman, FITIS (Right corner from left to right) are also picture 

LankaPay – Sri Lanka’s national payment network operated by LankaClear Pvt Ltd under the guidance and supervision of the Central Bank is to be the sponsor of the ‘Startup Pavilion’ at the Infotel 2016. 

‘Start-Up Pavilion’ is one segment of the exhibition, which is dedicated to the startup companies - an initiative backed by EDB, ICTA and few other private sector partners. This year 147 start-up companies will showcase their products / solutions and LankaPay has come forward to be the sponsor of this special segment, thereby providing a further boost to this noteworthy initiative
Expressing his views on this sponsorship, Channa de Silva, General Manager/CEO of LankaClear Pvt Ltd said, “Sri Lanka has a skilled pool of talent who are able to deliver disruptive technology solutions by leveraging on advanced technology to drive innovation. LankaClear under the brand name of LankaPay has revolutionized the payments industry in Sri Lanka by introducing cutting edge technology to take financial services to the rural masses of the country. We are currently spearheading a bold initiative to facilitate innovative, user-friendly, secure and local language enabled retail payment solutions to bring convenience to the general public. In this context, LankaClear is extremely proud to extend a helping hand to our own Startup companies, who are second to none in the world in creating technology driven innovations.” 


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