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Korean Startup "Toss Lab" Teams up with Netaq to Introduce JANDI in the Wake of COVID-19

Korean Startup "Toss Lab" Teams up with Netaq to Introduce JANDI, 

Business Collaboration Platform in the Wake of COVID-19   

Toss Lab, a Korean company that developed JANDI (an online platform with productivity tools for businesses), signed a management partnership contract in March with Netaq, a tech company based in Abu Dhabi, and is set to enter the Middle Eastern market. The announcement came from Ho Keun Jang, the representative of Korea Office, Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry. 

JANDI is a business collaboration platform with features for teleconferencing, messaging, and project management. LG, CNS, CJ, JTBC, and Ourhome are some of the 200,000 teams incorporating JANDI in their work. Toss Lab is already operating its business in foreign markets such as Taiwan and Japan and is now ready to enter new markets in the Middle East and North Africa with UAE as their regional base.

Mr. Mohammed Al Kaff, CEO of Netaq, stated, “JANDI is an efficient remote business collaboration tool and provides real-time communications, which is in great demand in the wake of COVID-19. Through our partnership with Toss Lab, we hope to introduce JANDI in the Middle Eastern region.” 

Toss Lab secured the largest investment out of Korean startups in collaboration platform business and has been nominated by National IT Industry Promotion Agency (NIPA) as one of the SMEs to receive cloud solutions support in response to COVID-19.

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