| | OCTOBER 20239IN FOCUSDIFC COURTS & DUBAI CHAMBERS PARTNER TO PROMOTE BUSINESS TRUSTROUTE MOBILE (BANGLADESH) TO PROVIDE RCS BUSINESS MANAGED SERVICES TO ROBI AXIATALeading CPaaS provider Route Mobile subsidiary Route Mobile (Bangladesh) pledged to provide complete managed services for RCS (Rich Communication Service) Business Messaging to mobile network provider, Robi Axiata.Along with other technical and operational tasks like managing billing, invoicing, and reconciliations while effortlessly completing the entire process, Route Mobile will enroll clients in Bangladesh and offer them 24x7 support.Route Mobile will assist RBM sales in the Bangladesh market as a sales partner, which will help Robi's 11 million Android users who have RCS equipped devices.Over the next three years, it's anticipated that Bangladesh will have 1 billion messages sent once RCS corporate messaging is deployed.Google's RCS business messaging is a rich interactive solution with multimedia capabilities.Robi's Managing Director and CEO, Rajeev Sethi, expressed, "We are immensely proud to be the first mobile operator in Bangladesh to offer this uniquely innovative service. Expanding our partnership with Route Mobile will enable us to leverage their strong RBM-tech capabilities in orchestrating our customer journey to improve trust and convenience."Through the use of RCS business messaging, a brand may interact safely with its audience and foster trust. It makes it possible to use chatbots and create rich content including graphics, carousels, and suggested responses.All RCS-capable Android phone owners can currently receive these messages in their installed Messages app. Google has approved Route Mobile as a partner for RCS communications. The agreement will foster collaboration across both organizations' unique digital economy and mediation services, as well as coordinated and linked initiatives with worldwide outreach.The DIFC Courts is currently operating on a new roadmap for the years 2022-2024, which includes a strategic work plan that brings more national cohesion to the Courts' projects and initiatives in line with the `D33' economic agenda and the Dubai Digital Strategy. This, in turn, is providing effective support for both the federal and local Dubai strategic goals, as per wam.Justice Omar Al Mheiri, Director, DIFC Courts, said, "The DIFC Courts continues to strengthen its partner ecosystem with entities across the public and private sectors and this agreement with Dubai Chambers helps further elevate aligned strategies and shared purpose towards key goals under the UAE 2031 Vision. Whilst the DIFC Courts has developed new directives to absorb the maturing needs of the regional legal community, the original and purest foundational mandate still remains; to promote Dubai and the UAE's geographic position in the Gulf as a significant strategic advantage for international investors - a gateway bridging those working in South and East Asia, the Middle East, Europe, Africa, and the western hemisphere.The increasingly international nature of the DIFC Courts' caseload is a clear indication that international businesses with interests in the Middle East region regard the DIFC Courts as their first choice for dispute resolution, fulfilling His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum's vision of establishing Dubai as a global business hub. THE AGREEMENT WILL FOSTER COLLABORATION ACROSS BOTH ORGANIZATIONS' UNIQUE DIGITAL ECONOMY & MEDIATION SERVICES, AS WELL AS COORDINATED & LINKED INITIATIVES WITH WORLDWIDE OUTREACH.
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