Integrated e-solutions provider Netaq is working with South Korea’s top SaaS company to give away free subscriptions to JANDI - a collaboration tool, designed to make remote teamwork easier and smoother. .
As working from home becomes the norm, more and more of us are turning to remote collaboration and digital teamwork tools to keep businesses running and optimise workflow. While softwares from tech giants such as Microsoft, Google and Slack are surging, Asia’s Toss Lab is breaking into the Middle East as they team up with the UAE’s Netaq to push their flagship product, JANDI, to regional businesses.
Offering free subscriptions to MENA region companies that require remote work support, the joint initiative comes at a crucial time for many businesses that have shifted their workflow patterns during the COVID-19 crisis and don’t want to lose momentum. “By providing collaboration and real-time communication services, teams can work remotely, helping to protect the safety of employees and maintain business continuity.” says Mohammed Al Kaff, Group CEO at Netaq.
JANDI gives teams a platform for instant messaging, video conferencing, secure file sharing and feedback and task-management and there are currently over 230,000 teams across Asia using it. Toss Lab has reported that March 2020 saw a doubling of JANDI’s active users, as their tool becomes a lifeline for teams looking to maintain their productivity despite working remotely. “As a tech startup, agility has always been part of our genetic code, and it’s been working for us since 2015,” says Renad Jabaji, Head of Toss Lab Middle East.
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