Careem, the Mega App for the Middle East and Pakistan, has formed a strategic alliance with Pakistan Telecommunication Company Ltd. (PTCL) to provide cost-effective mobility solutions to the latter’s employees for their commuting needs.
Careem can offer secure, hassle-free, and convenient mobility to 16,000+ employees in multiple locations across the country as a result of this agreement. A signing ceremony was held at PTCL’s headquarters in Islamabad to commemorate the occasion, with senior executives from both organizations in attendance.
Mohsin Zaka, General Manager, Ride-Hailing, Careem Pakistan, said of the partnership:
“We are honored to provide PTCL with our corporate services. Careem for Business is a solution designed to meet the changing mobility needs of companies. Collaborations like this will certainly help businesses improve the mobility experience for their entire workforce by leveraging our platform, which provides tremendous leverage, versatility, and cost savings.”
“We are glad to partner with Careem to provide seamless mobility for our workers across Pakistan,” Syed Mazhar Hussain, Group Chief Human Resource Officer, PTCL & Ufone, said at the gathering. This partnership would provide PTCL workers with more value and convenience, as well as a more safe and convenient mode of transportation.”
Careem for Business currently provides cost-effective, safe, and hassle-free mobility to a variety of corporate partners, including Jazz, K-Electric, Daraz, Telenor, Habib Bank Limited (HBL), United Bank Limited (UBL), Nestlé, Haleeb Foods, and Afiniti, in order to fulfill its mission of simplifying and improving the lives of those who use the service every day for their commute to and from work.
Careem, which was recently designated as a Super App, currently has over 800,000 Captains registered on its website. Careem is developing into a Mega App, with many opportunities as it extends its offerings beyond people mobility to include stuff mobility and money mobility, such as food, daily critical deliveries, peer-to-peer credit transfer, and mobile top-ups.