2013-01-28 13:48:32 - Strategic partnerships, launch of new services trigger surge in sales across key Middle East markets
January 28, 2013
Info2cell.com, the leading mobile service application provider in the Middle East, has announced that total revenues in 2012 have increased by 29 per cent to reach USD 18 million compared to USD 14 million in 2011. The company has attributed its robust performance to its strong network of strategic partners, the launch of new services and aggressive expansion in new markets across the region.
Building on the company’s solid growth, Info2cell.com revealed plans to expand into new markets in North Africa and across Asia. Info2cell.com registered a surge in sales in the GCC area after the company partnered with two major third-party vendors, which helped further diversify the company’s core offerings. Info2cell.com has also launched new services and products
in Dubai, Jordan, Iraq and Bahrain, addressing emerging demands in these key markets, while simultaneously opening new markets in KSA and Iraq.
Bashar Dahabra, Founder and CEO, Info2cell.com, said: “The Middle East market continues to evolve and open exciting opportunities for growth. Info2cell.com has always been strongly positioned to satisfy emerging market requirements and deliver added value to subscribers in light of our aggressive technology investments and wide network of strategic partners. The company’s solid revenue performance in 2012 confirms the success of our strategy and the immense growth potential of the regional market. Info2cell.com will continue to establish strategic alliances, introduce more innovative applications and value-driven services and expand in new markets across the Middle East, Africa and Asia as we move forward with our long-term growth plans.”
Over the last few years, Info2cell.com has maintained its position as a leading provider of mobile applications and content for the highly competitive Middle East and North African (MENA) markets. To date, the company manages over half a million subscribers and accommodates up to 100 mobile requests per second.