Mar 16, Colombo: Sri Lanka's eChanneling PLC which runs an online reservation engine to connect doctors with patients has partnered with the Denmark-based ambulance service Falck.
Falck is one of the leading international emergency services companies of the world that started ambulance services in Sri Lanka in January 2013.
eChanneling in a disclosure notified the Colombo Stock Exchange that it entered into an agreement with Falck (Med1 (pvt.) Ltd) and ECL Soft (pvt) Ltd., a subsidiary of eChanneling signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Falck.
Under the agreement entered with eChanneling PLC, ambulance and emergency response services would be offered jointly for eChanneling customers and people who use the "225" service.
Under the MoU entered by ECL Soft Falck membership would be co-branded with eChanneling membership and Falck would offer initial medical advice and emergency medical response to eChanneling customers.
Both companies would offer joint corporate memberships and Falck would offer eChanneling services to its members under the MoU.
Further, medical assistance, training and related services to corporate would be offered jointly and Falck would have access to the partner pharmacy network of eChanneling.
eChanneling expects a significant revenue impact for itself and subsidiaries due to the partnership with Falck.
Last year, the Nordic based Falck with business activities in 35 countries acquired 50 percent of the newly started emergency medical services company Med1 based in the capital Colombo.