Jazz shines at GSMA mobile 360 Asia Pacific
Pakistan’s leading digital operator has won the Digital Nation Video Creativity Award at the GSMA Mobile 360 Asia Pacific organized recently in Singapore.
The Digital Nations Award encompasses the contribution of mobile technology in driving the digital transformation of nations. Videos from 11 countries were received, including Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
Sharing his thoughts Asif Aziz, Chief Commercial Officer, Jazz said, “We believe in developing an inclusive digital ecosystem where connectivity benefits are equally distributed regardless of gender, race or any other division. The #SuperForChange campaign showcases how digital enablement can positively impact the lives of a marginalized community. We are also thankful to GSMA for this recognition.”
Julian Gorman, Head of Asia Pacific, GSMA, said, “The Digital Nation Video Creativity Award recognises how mobile technology delivers digital transformation for societal benefit. Building sustainable Digital Nation strategies requires inclusive access to the digital ecosystem and we commend Jazz for their #SuperForChange campaign and the video that tells the story of how 4G provided the platform to elevate people’s voices on discrimination.”
Khushhali Bank commits to promote State Bank’s farmer-loans and awareness
A series of training videos have been launched in national and regional languages, by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), with a vision to create awareness about agriculture-financing products and procedures, for the farming communities across the country, especially in the underserved areas.
Khushhali Microfinance Bank Limited (KMFBL) has joined-hands with the SBP and all the agriculture-lending banks, who are disseminating these insightful videos, through the relevant digital-platforms and social-media.
The stakeholders of Pakistan’s economy understand that; Lack of awareness about agriculture-financing products and formal lending-services, is a major challenge for banks, it hinders outreach to the rural-markets. The SBP is inspiring the financial sector for Capacity-building, besides launching various initiatives for awareness, promotion and development of agriculture-financing in the country. However, farming communities at the grassroots level are still largely unaware and are not able to optimally utilize these secured and regulated financial services.
In order to broaden the scope of SBP’s campaigns, KMFBL and all other prestigious financial institutions are now being engaged to explore the potential of digital-media, driven by the rapid penetration of internet and increased usage of smartphones across Pakistan. Revolutionary technologies are thus creating many great opportunities for disseminating information. These innovative solutions have enabled precise penetration of the target segments, promising better results, timely outreach and cost-effectiveness than the conventional awareness sessions. The Financial-Literacy videos by SBP also ensure easier comprehension and longer retention.
The first video in this series covers the overall agriculture-financing landscape of the country, SBP’s initiatives and GoP’s schemes, all from a farmer’s perspective. Keeping in view the need for enhancing accessibility of credit in the diverse underserved areas, this video has also been translated into three regional languages apart from Urdu; i.e. Sindhi, Balochi and Pashto. The next two videos in the series focus on crop and non-crop sectors, including information regarding agriculture-loan products and diving deeper into the procedures and documentation required for both segments.
It is expected that these videos will help the farming community to overcome their reluctance in availing credit from banks. To achieve broader out-reach, agricultural-lending banks will also develop similar informative videos on products and financing-opportunities to inform the agro-based businesses.
Cheap Indian items can provide relief to people: Mian Zahid Hussain
Chairman of National Business Group Pakistan, President Pakistan Businessmen and Intellectuals Forum, and All Karachi Industrial Alliance, and former provincial minister Mian Zahid Hussain on August 31 people will die of hunger if the import of agri products from India was not allowed.
The crops have been destroyed due to floods, which has created a severe shortage of food items across the country and the prices are continuously increasing threatening food security, he said.
Mian Zahid Hussain said that profiteers are active again in the wake of floods as the country lacks an effective system to control these elements.
Talking to the business community, the veteran business leader said that widespread starvation is feared in Pakistan which can be avoided by importing agri products from India without further delay.
The prices of tomatoes and onions have jumped to Rs500 per kg in various cities and they are expected to increase further while such items can reach Pakistan in 48 hours.
Pakistan stopped trade with India three years ago due to the issue of Kashmir, which did not have any impact on India, but it encouraged profiteers in Pakistan who gave the people a gift of record inflation, he observed.
This loot by profiteers is still going on and it has become necessary to import grains and vegetables from India to curb this practice.
The business leader noted that imports through Wagah will be insufficient and it will be expensive to transport them to different parts of the country.
Therefore, dozens of border markets should be built on the border between Pakistan and India, which is more than 3,000 kilometres long, which is necessary to provide relief to the people because the floods have wiped out millions of acres of standing crops.
Pakistan is presently importing vegetables and fruits coming from Iran and Afghanistan but the quantity is insufficient for the needs of Pakistan.
If the government delays this important decision, importers will start importing Indian agricultural products through Dubai, which will increase their price, which will be borne by the people.
At present, onion is available at the Wagah border at Rs69, tomato at Rs83 and potato at Rs69 per kg in Pakistani currency, but in Pakistan, the price of these items is hundreds of rupees per kg, which is equivalent to the oppression of people.
Cnergyico supports flood victims in Balochistan
Cnergyico Pk Limited (formerly Byco Petroleum), Pakistan’s largest vertically integrated oil refining company, is supporting relief efforts to assist the people who have been affected by the catastrophic floods in Balochistan.
The recent spell of torrential rains has taken a heavy toll on the country, particularly on parts of Balochistan where thousands of precious lives have been lost while people’s homes, businesses, and public infrastructure have been badly damaged.
“Cnergyico is guided by its long-standing principle of supporting humanitarian efforts and uplifting communities during times of crisis,” Cnergyico’s Vice President for Information Mr. Azfar Saeed Baig said.
He further said “to ease the burden of the victims of the flood, Cnergyico has embarked on Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives and seeks to provide critical support to the vulnerable families. Through the ongoing and future CSR programmes, Cnergyico will take measures to alleviate the suffering and protect the dignity and integrity of our countrymen affected by this natural disaster.”
Cnergyico’s employees have voluntarily contributed at least one day’s salary to a fund created to help the flood victims. The company matched the total contributions, thereby doubling the size of the donation. These funds have been forwarded to the LCCI (Lasbela Chamber of Commerce) who will ensure appropriate utilization, particularly for meeting the most urgent needs of the people of the Lasbela District. Cnergyico is also planning to take a range of other measures to support relief operations in the flood-hit regions of Balochistan as well as Sindh.
Flood damage ten times more than IMF loan: Mian Zahid
Chairman of National Business Group Pakistan, President Pakistan Businessmen and Intellectuals Forum, and All Karachi Industrial Alliance, and former provincial minister Mian Zahid Hussain on September 2 the flood damage is ten times more than the IMF loan, but this time IMF is not ready to make any kind of concession.
The IMF is not in a mood to extend any help but it is determined to get its strict conditions imposed due to the trust deficit, he said.
Mian Zahid Hussain said that adherence to the IMF conditions will be a challenge for the government, while the non-cooperation of the two provinces may increase the difficulties.
Talking to the business community, the veteran business leader said that despite difficulties, Prime Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif has announced the abolition of fuel adjustment charges on those who consume up to 300 units of electricity per month, which is welcome.
The government should also consider increasing the direct subsidy of Rs2,000 per month to Rs3,000 per month, he said.
The business leader said that there will be an enormous drop in demand because of floods, which will have the biggest impact on automakers, the tractor industry and steel manufacturers.
The impact will also be felt gradually by the other sectors as well. Initially, the construction industry will suffer a lot, but with the start of reconstruction, this industry will start to recover.
According to the IMF, Pakistan’s growth rate is expected to be three and a half percent this year, while inflation is expected to remain at twenty percent.
The flood has swept away over five thousand kilometres of roads, bridges, small dams and railway lines, the restoration of which is impossible without foreign investment in the current economic conditions, he observed.
Mian Zahid Hussain said that because of the destruction of the roads, companies are facing great difficulties in transporting their products from one place to another, which is affecting the overall situation.
Agriculture is the first sector to be affected by the floods, after which big industries have suffered, but small industries, general businesses and services will not be spared.
Mian Zahid Hussain added that during the outbreak of the Coronavirus, developed countries and international institutions gave trillions of dollars in aid to large multinational companies, which increased the capital in the market resulting in inflation.
The whole world is suffering for years due to inflation therefore, these institutions have become cautious.
MMBL wins ‘Most Innovative Microfinance Bank’ at the Global Business Outlook Awards 2022
Extending a winning legacy that spans over a decade, Pakistan’s largest digital bank, Mobilink Microfinance Bank Limited (MMBL) has been awarded the title of “Most Innovative Microfinance Bank – Pakistan 2022” by the prestigious Global Business Outlook (GBO) Awards 2022. The award highlights MMBL’s continuous efforts to enhance access to innovative digital and financial solutions across Pakistan.
GBO is a UK-based publication dedicated to covering vital industry sectors such as banking, insurance, brokerage, finance, and disruptive technologies by celebrating individuals and organizations around the world that have made significant impacts in their respective markets with an emphasis on value addition and innovation. Being presented with this accolade cements MMBL’s key role in transforming the banking ecosystem in Pakistan by building smarter, more effective financial solutions for its growing clientele.
Addressing this recent achievement, President & CEO MMBL, Ghazanfar Azzam said, “We are honored to receive this distinguished recognition from GBO that corroborates our innovative efforts to provide customer-centric, affordable, and simplified digital financial solutions. Pakistan’s rising smartphone and internet penetration has indeed opened new avenues for digitization and we are committed to utilizing these to help revolutionize banking and enable increased access to seamless services.”
Also sharing his thoughts, Chief Finance & Digital Officer MMBL, Sardar Mohammad Abubakr stated, “Being internationally recognized as the ‘Most Innovative Microfinance Bank’ in Pakistan is a testament to our success. The Bank’s efforts, for the last decade, have been concentrated on uplifting the unbanked and underserved segments of society, especially women entrepreneurs and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). MMBL not only offers an array of innovative solutions through its expansive digital financial ecosystem but is also dedicated to training its borrowers through specialized training and skills development workshops under the Women Inspirational Network (WIN) program. We are determined to serve all underserved and unserved people through equal and ample opportunities for financial independence.
With over 40 million registered users, including 15+ million monthly active mobile wallets and a network of 196,000+ branchless banking agents, MMBL is dedicated to harnessing the power of technology and encouraging innovation in the banking sector. The Bank’s specialized products and services, such as Women Inspirational Network (WIN) and DOST App facilitate individuals, especially women-owned businesses, to grow financially. MMBL recognizes that a substantial proportion of Pakistan’s economy is built on the efforts of small businesses and is confident in the ability of the microfinance sector to serve as an engine for their growth. Moving forward, the Bank aims to bridge the prevalent financial gap by enabling every individual and business, especially those living in remote and hard-to-reach areas, to gain access to formal financial services with ease.
EBM donates biscuits worth over Rs100m along with Rs20m in cash for flood victims
English Biscuit Manufacturers (EBM) has pledged to donate biscuits worth over Rs. 100 million and Rs. 20 million in cash as an immediate response to the devastating floods that have claimed the lives of over 1,100 people and displaced millions of Pakistanis.
Rs. 20 million will be used for shelter, ration, medical camps and other essential items, while biscuits worth over Rs. 100 million will be distributed to tackle the food shortage crisis. EBM is actively assessing the situation and will be pledging more donations in the forthcoming days.
EBM’s own on-ground teams are distributing biscuits and other essential items to people in all flood affected regions and are also volunteering their time and funds. EBM employees have also pledged a significant portion of their salaries towards the fund and EBM will be matching every donation that is made by an employee. EBM is also working in liaison with several NGOs that are working for flood relief.
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of EBM, Dr Zeelaf Munir expressing her commitment to the wellbeing of the nation said: “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the flood victims who have lost their lives, homes, and livelihoods. As of now, we are working to ensure the provision of food and other necessary items with donations in-kind and cash. This is a tragedy of unimaginable proportions and EBM is doing all it can to help. We would also like to urge others to come forward and play their part.”
Any national crisis calls for unity and joint-efforts to help rehabilitate the affected people. EBM values to stay true to its commitment of nourishing communities.
UBL Digital and Shorooq Partners collaborate to enhance fintech innovation, banking and investments
United Bank Limited (UBL) has joined hands with the leading tech investor in the region Shorooq Partners, to enhance the digital banking experience of customers and facilitate them at every step of their banking journey by ensuring seamless and consistent services across all channels.
UBL has always focused on providing solutions that are not only innovative but also customer centric. Therefore, this partnership serves as a testament to UBL’s mission of being the leading bank in financial services for its customers and also the most innovative bank in targeted businesses. Through Shorooq Partners’ extensive global portfolio, the bank intends to identify partnerships across fintech investments, digital products, services, design, talent and tech.
With digital banking in Pakistan witnessing exponential growth over the past few years, a major shift has also been observed in customer needs which are evolving over time. To keep up with these changing dynamics, it is imperative for businesses to ensure delightful customer experiences which is what this partnership stands for.
Present at the ceremony, Shorooq Partners Founding Partner, Mr. Shane Shin said, “UBL is leading the way in digital banking, and we are proud to support the bank in the next phase of its digital journey. With Shorooq Partners investment acumen and a group of portfolio companies, UBL can take customer experience to the next level, delivering digital experiences that delight customers and make banking better across every customer touchpoint. Shorooq Partners is the region’s leading tech investor and our partnership with UBL reflects not only our market leadership, but also our success of working with banks across the region to deliver value across all the stakeholders in our ecosystem including corporates, startups, governments and investors.”
Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Sharjeel Shahid, Group Executive, Digital Banking, UBL said, “UBL Digital is all about simplifying banking experiences and creating delight for customers. With the global exposure of Shorooq Partners, through this partnership, we intend to bring amazing global experiences to Pakistan.”
Shorooq Partners refers to a group of companies that are affiliates of each other and which operate under this business name, of which Shorooq Partners Ltd (regulated by the ADGM Financial Services Regulatory Authority FSRA Registration, and offers its financial services and products to professional clients only) is a member.
HBL and Adamjee Insurance partner to provide dairy and livestock loan insurance
HBL and Adamjee Insurance Company Limited (AICL) have collaborated for providing livestock insurance to clients. The insurance arrangement will provide coverage of animal mortality in addition to covering the accidental death of the client.
This partnership brings a unique Insurance product to the industry i.e., “Working Capital Livestock Insurance Scheme”. This product further strengthens the HBL agriculture portfolio by mitigating significant risks and promoting greater financial empowerment for the dairy and livestock farming sector of Pakistan.
Commenting on the ceremony, Habib Shah, Acting Head Agriculture Banking – HBL, said, “Pakistan is the fourth largest milk producing country in the world. The agreement with AICL will facilitate in improvement of the dairy and livestock ecosystem through the provision of insurance protection to dairy farmers towards animal mortality. HBL is the leading farmer financing provider in the country and is committed to enhancing financial inclusion in rural Pakistan through such partnerships.”
Commenting on the ceremony, Syed Ahmer Shoaib, Deputy Executive Director Commercial – AICL, said, “We believe that this partnership will benefit Pakistan’s dairy farmers by enhancing their protection. The integration of Personal Accident Coverage of farmers in the Livestock Insurance is a benefitting value addition that actively enhances the agricultural landscape of Pakistan while adding to the stability and sustainability of farmers”
TCF launches flood relief appeal in response to Pakistan floods
The Citizens Foundation (TCF), a non-profit operating schools in slums and rural areas in Pakistan, recently launched the TCF Flood Relief Appeal to help address immediate needs and enable rehabilitation in the future for flood-afflicted families in Pakistan.
The impact of the devastating floods continues to intensify in terms of its geographic spread as well as the intensity of misery it inflicts. Numerous schools being operated by TCF in these communities are now flooded and serving as refuge for displaced families; scores of students, staff members and neighbours have lost their homes, and livelihoods across our communities have been swept away by the advancing waters.
Through the TCF FLOOD RELIEF APPEAL, the organisation aims to provide ONE MILLION MEALS to families who have lost all means of sustaining themselves, help RECONSTRUCT HOMES FOR FIVE THOUSAND FAMILIES once the flood waters recede and ensure the REHABILITATION OF ITS SCHOOLS damaged by the floods.
If you wish to contribute your Zakat and Sadqah to help flood-afflicted families sustain themselves and rebuild their lives, donate by visiting https://www.tcf.org.pk/donate/floodrelief/ or call 0800 00 823 for donation pickup.
IBA Karachi hosts Miftah Ismail for discussion on the current state of Pakistan’s economy
School of Economics and Social Sciences (SESS) at the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Karachi organized a timely discussion on “The Current State of Pakistan’s Economy” by the Federal Minister for Finance and Revenue, Dr. Miftah Ismail. The discussion was moderated by the Executive Director IBA, Dr. S Akbar Zaidi. The event was attended by IBA faculty, students, external guests, and media, and a full-house ensued on campus.
Dr. Zaidi welcomed everyone to the event and invited Dr. Ismail to lead the discussion on Pakistan’s economy. Dr. Ismail has been a Visiting Faculty member in the past at the IBA and is familiar with the institution. His speech primarily focused on the current economic macroeconomic challenges of Pakistan, and the policies and strategies that have been adopted to face these challenges.
He highlighted the most pressing issue facing the economy of Pakistan. These included the Current Account Deficit, unsustainable and non-inclusive growth, and the policy flaws that hinder the growth potential of Pakistan. Dr. Ismail further pointed out that going to the IMF was a hard political decision, but it was the last resort.
During his presentation, he also criticized some measures taken by previous governments which created challenges for the economy, pushing the country toward the brink of bankruptcy. He justified the IMF programme by stressing that it was only to save Pakistan that harsh measures were undertaken. He admitted that the inflation rate was the highest since the last four decades; and that his government understands how this has hurt the common man, but is hopeful that things will improve as he foresees electricity prices falling in the coming months.
He ended his presentation by talking about the damage in terms of life and infrastructure caused by the recent floods. He briefed the audience about how the government was redirecting funds from the Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) towards relief efforts undertaken by the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA).
At the end of the presentation, Dr. Ismail highlighted some areas that need immediate attention, including the need for improving agricultural productivity; improving the current account balance by restricting imports and increasing the export base; improving quality of education; and improving economic governance. He further commented that the motto of his government is to “live within our means”.
Following the discussion on macroeconomic challenges, Dr. Zaidi asked Dr. Ismail to elaborate more on the measures taken by the government to improve tax to GDP ratio, and how it is planning to curb the inflation rate. Commenting on this, Dr. Ismail noted that they are trying to impose ad valorem tax on traders, which will provide relief to the small traders. This will give the government margin to reduce taxes on personal incomes in the future.
This was followed by a very lively Q&A session in which faculty and students asked some hard-hitting questions, criticizing the government’s lack of focus on improving human productivity, climate change, and the contradiction in governments’ policies favoring certain sectors, such as real estate.
In the end, Dr. Ismail thanked IBA for providing an opportunity to present his views on the current state of Pakistan’s economy and noted the importance of such discussions to inform people of the steps taken towards fixing the economy.
State Life Insurance sets up medical camps for flood victims across Pakistan
State life Insurance Corporation, the largest life and health insurer in Pakistan, has set up medical camps in flood affected areas across Balochistan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhua, Sindh, Punjab and Gilgit-Baltistan to provide medical relief and other essential items to facilitate the victims with on-ground medical aid.
Forty two camps have been set up while the need will be continuously reviewed in phases keeping in view the scale of the calamity. In the first phase, the medical camps will be operational from 6th to 13th September, 2022 from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, depending on locality. These camps will manage over 1,000 patients on a daily basis with a focus on women and children while medicines are being prescribed under the supervision of specialist doctors and dedicated State Life staff.
In addition to medical aid and consultation, State life is distributing sanitary pads, water purifier tablets, medicine for diarrhea and other communication diseases as well. All consultation and aid will be provided by State Life free of cost. State Life has deployed its own doctors and paramedics to provide the services at these camps. State Life’s own employees and sales force has also volunteered to coordinate and assist the affectees at these camps.
Expressing his views on this initiative, State Life Chairman Mr Shoaib Javed Hussain said, “As a national corporation and the Pakistan’s largest life and health insurer, we are duty bound to serve the people of Pakistan at this time of need. In the first phase, we have set up medical camps across the country to provide medical consultation, medicines, female hygiene, child nutrition and water purification products free of cost. We will continue to expand our efforts in coming phases to further support our affected countrymen in this time of need.”
Also speaking on the occasion, Executive Director Mr Manzoor Ali Shaikh said, “This is a continuous effort and in line with our vision to be an active contributor in social causes and we will continue to take the necessary steps as and when required”.
Bestway donates US$1.0 million to help flood affectees
Bestway Group, the country’s leading foreign investor, has announced financial and material support to the people of Pakistan of US$1.0 Million.
In a statement released by Bestway Group in London, the Group CEO Lord Zameer Choudrey, CBE SI Pk said, “On behalf of our founder and Chairman Sir Anwar Pervez, OBE H Pk; let me reassure the people of Pakistan – the Bestway Group stands with them in this hour of unprecedented national tragedy”.
“As part of our two-pronged strategy we are actively providing immediate relief; and by working in partnership with local businesses and financial institutions we are putting in place long term sustainable measures so that we can rehabilitate the masses effected by this national tragedy”.
In addition, in the United Kingdom Bestway Group has launched a fundraising campaign through the country’s largest independent wholesale and retail network, to compliment these measures. Lord Choudrey has announced that the Bestway Group will be organising a fundraising dinner on the 23rd of September 2022 at a Central London venue with over 500 people expected to attend.
In Pakistan, Bestway Group subsidiaries, Bestway Cement Limited and United Bank Limited have set up dedicated medical camps; are distributing food parcels, cooked meals and providing vital banking facilities across the flood affected areas.
Lord Choudrey acknowledged the contribution of the Group’s employees in providing these vital services during these unprecedented times and said “none of this would have been possible without our employees who have played and continue to play a pivotal role in these challenging circumstances and worked tirelessly to ensure we are servicing our local communities. The health and safety of our employees is of paramount importance, and we are providing all necessary facilities and support to ensure that they remain safe and well. I am extremely proud of how they have come together in the face of adversity”.
As part of its ongoing commitments, Bestway Group under the leadership of Lord Choudrey has to-date donated in excess of US$ 22.0 million to the health and education sectors in Pakistan. During the recent COVID pandemic the Group donated substantial sums to aid the relief activities.
TPL Trakker & Krave mart to transform online grocery shopping via digital mapping services
TPL Trakker – Pakistan’s leading IoT, Tracking and Location Technology Company, has partnered with Krave Mart, one of the up and coming, most promising brands in the country, to enable their Q-commerce platform through robust location-based mapping services for delivery. TPL Trakker through its multiple Map’s APIs that are powered by more than 6 million location points, will facilitate in providing a seamless delivery experience to both Krave Mart customers as well as Krave Mart Riders.
In recent times Pakistan is experiencing an accelerated shift towards online shopping with customers expecting instant gratification with their online purchases. Krave Mart is an online grocery store disrupting the Q-commerce space with faster deliveries, authentic products, and constant innovation. In less than a year, Krave Mart has seen exponential growth by providing services to 90% of Karachi, 75% of Lahore, and 70% of Rawalpindi. This prolific partnership with TPL Trakker will enhance the delivery management system of Krave Mart and provide important data-driven insights that they can utilize to satisfy all the ‘kravings’ of their customers.
Commenting on the occasion, Sarwar Ali Khan, CEO of TPL Trakker, stated: “At TPL Trakker we aim to revolutionize the digital eco-sphere by working with partners who have the same goal. By utilizing TPL Trakker’s digital location services Krave Mart gains an innovative edge in Pakistan’s Q-commerce industry. Q-commerce has recently seen amazing traction in the market and TPL Trakker is committed to supporting local start-ups to further energize this sector.”
Sharing his thoughts on the partnership with TPL Trakker, Kassim Shroff, Founder and CEO of Krave Mart, said: “Our aim is to give people back some of their valuable time that they would otherwise spend by going to neighborhood grocery stores. This is only possible by not just providing the best experience, but also having the best systems in place, and I believe partnering with TPL Trakker will add great value to our service. We see a huge potential and opportunity in this market, and we have put our heads down to ensure we execute properly and deliver on what we have promised.”
Further expanding on the occasion, Hammad Bawany, CPO, and Co-Founder of Krave Mart said: “Being the custodian of the product, it is always a top-most priority for me to figure out the best solutions that could provide our valuable customers with seamless app experiences. This partnership with TPL Trakker was a decision made out of the same objective. We look forward to bringing this collaboration to fruition.”
TPL Trakker works with various industries across Pakistan by offering a vibrant array of digital mapping services that enhance operational capabilities for its customers. With this partnership, both organizations aim to revolutionize the tech ecosystem based on mobility and convenience!