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First-of-its-kind taxi app launched

Qatar Taxi, the first-of-its-kind Qatari application for booking cars, has been launched by a local company, Al Dana, in Qatar.

During the launch, the CEO of Al Dana, Sheikh Hamad al-Thani said that Qatar Taxi has partnered with one of the world’s leading companies in the field. Based in Doha, it will ensure that the security, secrecy and privacy of users and their data is taken care of. This is an unique aspect of this app, which, apart from its various salient features, is also user-friendly.

Qatar Taxi is the first technology project of the company in the local market, and all the best international expertise has been deployed in the project, whether it is security or cyber protection or telecom services.

The company has also joined hands with a group of other local companies to provide unparalleled services, all of which makes this new Qatar Taxi the app of choice in Qatar, he pointed out.

Speaking during the event, Sheikh Hamad also said that Qatar Taxi will consider various other strategic partnerships with ministries and concerned authorities, and will continue its efforts to launch various other offers to meet the growing needs of the society.

The app will also continue to upgrade its features from time-to-time, depending on the feedback received from the seniors in the industry, he pointed out.



Posted on 12/4/2018

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