Celltrack has signed agreements with two operators, Ufone and Zong, to launch LBS in Pakistan.
CellTrack will launch, from the first quarter of 2009, location based services (LBS) in Pakistan. CellTrack has signed agreements with two operators, Ufone and Zong, to launch LBS in this country and it is currently into negotiations to extend the services to other operators.
Genasys takes part to this project providing the middleware GPP platform (Genasys Positioning Platform) and the LBS applications.
Alberto Nicoletti , Genasys Business Vicepresident has commented: “We are very pleased to have reached this agreement with CellTrack. We are convinced this project has all the characteristics to become a great success in Pakistan. We are confident that the business model that CellTrack is going to implement in Pakistan can be replicated successfully in many other countries of the region. We consider this agreement the first step of collaboration with CellTrack which will expand to other markets in Asia and Middle East”.
Sohail Alavi, Chairman of CellTrack International Ltd. United Kingdom, has commented: "CellTrack is very pleased to be working with Genasys in deploying end-to-end LBS at UFone (the second largest GSM operator in Pakistan), as well as Zong (a subsidiary of China Mobile, the world's largest GSM operator). We are confident our relationship with Genasys will be successful and we work together to expand our services to cater to all of Pakistan's 90+ Million mobile subscribers and eventually to countless other territories in the emerging markets globally".
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