Company is negotiating with a number of commercial malls to provide U Order application
Unique Information Technology aims to be enlisted on the Nile Exchange within one year, having launched two applications for customer management and sales operations: U CRM and U Order. The company is now working to develop a new application, U Nav, which operates as GPS, but relying on Bluetooth rather than internet.
Marketing manager of Unique, Mohamed Kadous, told Daily News Egypt that the company agreed with a number of clients in the Saudi market to use the U Order application. The company is now negotiating with a number of malls to provide the application.
U CRM is an application used to manage and analyse data. The company is negotiating with a number of government agencies to benefit from the application. U Order enables buying food through specialised machines that can be installed in restaurants and malls. Clients can specify the delivery date themselves. The company is now developing the U Nav application, which can set locations on a pre-installed map through Bluetooth instead of the internet. The application is supposed to be used in airports, museums, and tourist attractions. It will be launched within two months.
Kaddous said that the company will list its shares on the Nile Exchange within one year to cover its future expansion in the Gulf region and Europe.
Unique is powered by experts and consultants who have worked in several international institutions. The company has a number of branches and representative offices in some Arab and European countries.