Chinese technology services company Timesaco is all set to launch Tatu Mobility, a transportation infrastructure network in Pakistan to promote the e-transportation sector business in Pakistan.
The Company is going to hold a lunch event on December 31 in the capital in which they will officially announce the launch.
Tatu Mobility will provide its mobility services to build a transportation infrastructure network in Pakistan, said Donald-Li, founder, and CEO of Tatu Mobility.
Tatu Mobility will provide mobility services to all public transports including Individuals, Business Corporations, Merchants, Private Organisations, and Government sectors, like Taxi-Hailing, Pick&Drop, Bus Booking, Vehicle Rental, and other related Technology Services.
The mobility services through its Ecosystem Platform is based on the Internet+ technology-based transportation network in which all existing private and public transportation networks would be rebuild and revamped into the internet of things technology and now, all customers can book and track their mobility through the app.
He further added that people can get several discounts through using different features including “Event Creation”, “Group Creation “and “FreeRide”.
CEO of “Tatu Mobility said that an individual and corporation can create different groups and events on the Tatu Mobility application and can track, chat with each other in the coming future.
Business corporations and merchants can add all staff, fans, friends, and customers with an unlimited number.
These features will create easy communications and convenient marketing for them. “Customer2Store” and “Customer2Site” will be the main Transportation solutions for Pakistan’s business sectors.
The mobility service will work under the umbrella of Timesaco which has already launched its online taxi service in 10 different cities of Pakistan and provide services for individuals and corporations.
From now onward, Tatu Mobility will focus on Transportation Sectors; in coming future, Timesaco will launch other Instant Services for logistics in Pakistan.
Source – Express Tribune