FindWhere Expands Presence In MENA’s GPS Market

| Oct 28, 2008 | comment 1 Comment

FindWhereFindWhere, a pioneer and global leader of real-time GPS location tracking, announced a few days ago that its website is now fully available in Arabic at

The new website arrives on the heels of FindWhere’s recently announced joint venture with Dubai-based I2TC. The partnership creates the Middle East’s leading location-based service provider.

FindWhere’s expanding presence in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region also includes the appointment of regional IT retail expert Dikran Tchablakian to the company’s Advisory Board. FindWhere will ratify several major agreements in the region over the coming weeks.

FindWhere’s Arabic website launched at Gitex — an annual information technology exhibition in Dubai. The new website will provide FindWhere’s MENA customers with secure, user friendly access to current and historical locations of their GPS tracked devices and mobile phones, including address, time and even speed. Services also include “on-the-move” notifications, panic alerts and notification of entry or exit of pre-determined geo-fences.

FindWhere customers can receive Arabic email and text alerts to their mobile phones with information on the location of tracked devices. Real-time location notifications are readily available to customers on demand as a text message.

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