“We are all set to launch Tatu Mobility in Pakistan on January 1, 2020, for which an event has been scheduled for December 31,” said Donald Li, founder and CEO of Tatu Mobility.
Li also stated that Tatu Mobility will offer mobility services for public transportation systems including for companies, merchants, public and private organizations, and the government.
“These services include taxi hailing, pick-and-drop, bus booking, vehicle rental, and others,” he added.
Through Tatu Mobility it will bring its mobility services through its Ecosystem Platform using Internet plus technology. By utilizing an internet of things-based transportation system for private and public transit it will be able to renovate and improve the systems much more easily.
“Now, all customers can book and track their mobility through Tatu Mobility applications,” he said.
Li went on by stating that Tatu Mobility would also be able to offer discounts for those using its features including Event Creation, FreeRide, and Group Creation.
“An individual and corporations can create different groups and events on Tatu Mobility application, and can track, chat with each other in coming future.” Replying to a question he said business corporations and merchants were also allowed to add unlimited staffs, fans, friends, and customers into Tatu Mobility. These features will create easy communications and convenient marketing for them.”
The Tatu Mobility service will be operating underneath Timesaco which had already launched its digital ride-hailing platform in several cities throughout Pakistan.
After Timesaco launched its Buraq Taxi Service the company introduced a new effort to bring aboard new consumers onto the platform to compete with bigger industry competitors like Uber and Careem.
“From now onward, Tatu Mobility will focus on transportation sectors and in later on Timesaco also plans to launch other Instant Services for logistics in Pakistan,” Li said.
Currently the digital transportation industry is growing throughout Pakistan. Companies like Careem was recently purchased by Uber and the company is introducing Careem Bus as a way to compete with a local company, Airlift, that has its own bus-hailing platform in Pakistan.
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