Timesaco launches e-commerce platform for retailers during Covid-19
Timesaco has decided to launch an e-commerce Dazaran App to support all merchants in Pakistan to open online stores
ISLAMABAD: Chinese digital company Timesaco has launched an e-commerce platform ‘Dazaran’ to provide a facility to the people in the current challenging situation of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Pakistan-based company has decided to launch the e-commerce Dazaran App in advance to support merchants in Pakistan. The initiative will help business open online stores with two hour instant delivery system in the same city; reforming retail methods in Pakistan, Donald Li, Chief Executive Officer Chinese online Services company Timesaco, to APP.
Donald said that Dazaran was a provider and operator of the e-Commerce ecosystem platform in Pakistan.
He said that under the umbrella of mother company Timesaco, “We are providing five different services to customers in 10 major cities of the country including twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
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Donald Li said that his company was committed to employment opportunities to the people in this critical situation of pandemic disease when the whole of the world was suffering from this curse, he added.
Dazaran is launching three months ahead of schedule to encourage business merchants to run their business online said Li.
He said that most merchants in Pakistan still use the traditional retail model and in the face of the pandemic, most of them were helpless and could not support their families.
He said the disruption of business operation had also brought great inconvenience to people’s living and mobility.
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The CEO said that, through this platform, the same city distribution would be easy and the purpose of these two platforms had accelerated the restructure of the Commerce Ecosystem in Pakistan.
He said that it was unclear whether the Pakistani government would take further new restrictive measures, but it was clear that traditional retail was bound to be affected and it is facing great challenges.