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SLT Digital Info Services designs website for Bar Association

The new BASL Website being launched by Arjuna Obeyesekere, Kalinga Indatissa, Rajeev Amarasuriya, Duminda Chandrasiri, Danushka Gangoda, Suranee Samarasekera, Oshan Ubhayarathna, and other officials of SLT and BASL at the National Law Conference 2021.
The new BASL Website being launched by Arjuna Obeyesekere, Kalinga Indatissa, Rajeev Amarasuriya, Duminda Chandrasiri, Danushka Gangoda, Suranee Samarasekera, Oshan Ubhayarathna, and other officials of SLT and BASL at the National Law Conference 2021.

SLT Digital Info Services (SLTDS) which is a fully-owned subsidiary of Sri Lanka Telecom PLC (SLT) has extended its expertise to the Bar Association of Sri Lanka (BASL) with the launch of its upgraded feature-rich new website: www.basl.lk.

With a wide range of web development, digital marketing and advertising services, SLTDS helps its clientele create a well-rounded-up story to fulfil their business goals.

Revamp of the website came as a result of BASL’s initiative to digitize many of its functions. The new website aims at providing greater accessibility for its membership and the general public both locally and globally and it comes with a range of new features such as e-Shop, Payment Gateway Integration, Member Login Area enabling members to renew membership, apply for services such as car labels and register for CPD programmes and conferences and it offers access to over 50 BASL webinars as well.

Speaking at the launch ceremony, BASL Secretary Rajeev Amarasuriya said, “the BASL has in the past 10 months converted all its professional development activities to online platforms through which the BASL has reached out to the entire membership and that the next phase was the launch of this brand-new and state-of-the-art website”.

President BASL Kalinga Indatissa said, “it was an important day for BASL in its digital transformation.”

He further said that the members now could benefit from the several services of BASL without having to physically visit BASL. He said that a new fully-fledged interactive website was a long-felt need for BASL and that he was glad that the project could be completed during his tenure of office and thanked the Secretary of BASL Rajeev Amarasuriya and the other officers and SLT Digital Info Services for the job well done.

SLT Digital Info Services CEO Malraj Balapitiya said that they were extremely happy to see BASL truly following the path of digital transformation. In addition to the newly launched website, keeping up with the trends and technology, BASL has also been able to digitize most of its activities and the recent series of webinars conducted on Zoom stands as proof which shows their commitment towards the transformation. The fully functional website is needed especially given the road map laid down by the management of the BASL to better connect the 85 branch associations spreading across the country.