Cheetay collaborates with Telenor to become its official service provider

Written by Faisal Saeed ·  1 min read >

The e-commerce marketplace platform Cheetay has partnered with Telenor to become its official service provider. The e-commerce platform is working hard to become one of the leading go-to e-commerce and logistics brand in Pakistan. Previously, it had launched its services in Islamabad and Karachi, the company is planning to expand its services in other cities as well.

Cheetay aims to become a one-stop shop that offers everything in a single place. The platform is equipped with last-mile logistics and offers slew services which include delivering food, medicines, books, baby care products, makeup, and groceries, etc. The platform plans to become partners with all of the leading companies in Pakistan.

It also aims to leverage not only the best technology services in the region but to explore all possible options that increase efficiency, marketing, business operations, etc. The collaboration with Telenor is a step forward towards their goal.

Ahmed Khan, the CEO of Cheetay said, “For me, it is essential to increase synergy in all areas of the business so that everything aligns and falls into place. When you’re on a trajectory of growth, you need support and partnering with key industry players like Telenor makes a difference. Being a tech company, I make it a point to stay abreast of what’s new in the world of technology, startups, and entrepreneurship just so that we know where we stand and where we want to bet at”.

The signing ceremony between Cheetay and Telenor included Mr. Ahmed Khan, CEO of Cheetay and Mr. Haroon Bhatti, Chief Business Officer. Both companies signed the MoU of their partnership.

Ahmed Khan further added, “Bringing Telenor onboard as the official service provider is a step to increase efficiency in terms of getting the best telecommunication service and fast internet access for our rider and vendor apps since the entire last mile process depends on internet availability, from restaurant orders to the riders collecting them, etc. The idea is to collaborate with the best and that is what we intend to do.”

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