Tasmeem signs Smart Show deal
Manama, June 27, 2011
Bahrain-based Tasmeem Technology has signed an agreement with New Zealand-based company Smart Show Limited for the use of its 'ShowGizmo' smartphone application.
ShowGizmo, developed by Smart Show Limited, will provide an online environment for show organisers and other participants to interact with visitors at their events who access the information via ShowGizmo's native smartphone applications, currently available at iPhone, Blackberry and Android-supported devices and the Internet.
Smart Show, which participated in the Middle East Event Show 2011 in Dubai, confirmed that ShowGizmo will be the official application for the 2012 event.
Tasameem said it is now in serious negotiations with Smart Show for a partnership deal that will help Tasmeem to become a representative of Smart Show limited in Bahrain, Doha and Saudi Arabia.-TradeArabia News Service
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