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China’s tech firm introduces mobile app to book, track mobility

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China’s tech services company launched a transportation infrastructure network for all customers to book and track their mobility through Tatu Mobility applications.

Timesaco founder and CEO Donald-Li said that the Tatu Mobility will provide services to individuals, business corporations, merchants, private organizations, and government sectors like taxi-hailing, pick and drop, bus booking, vehicle rental, and other related technology services.

CEO Donald-Li says people can get several discounts in Tatu Mobility through using different features
CEO Donald-Li says people can get several discounts in Tatu Mobility through using different features

He said that Tatu Mobility will provide services through its ecosystem platform based on the internet plus technology. Tatu Mobility will provide internet of the things-based transportation network in which all existing private and public transportation networks would be rebuild and revamped into technology.


In Tatu Mobility, people can get several discounts through using different features including event creation, group creation, and free ride. Donald-Li said that an individual and corporations can create different groups and events on this mobile application, and can track, chat with each other in the coming future.

The company chief executive said that this mobile application allows business corporations and merchants to add all staff, fans, friends, and customers with an unlimited number. He said that these features will create easy communications and convenient marketing for them.


Donald-Li said that Customer2Store and Customer2Site will be the main transportation solutions for business sectors. The Tatu Mobility 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, the chief executive officer said. In coming future, Timesaco will launch other instant services for logistics in Pakistan, he said.

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Minhas Justin
Born in Lahore, Minhas Justin is a freelance writer and journalist who writes for The Wallet. He is a graduate of Lahore Leads University with BS Honors in Mass Communication. He also holds a diploma in journalism from Beijing-based Renmin University of China. Twitter: @minhasjustin
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