Agreement on Development
The YEHUDI Solutions will be responsible for handling of the technical side of the project, while Jaaz company will be working on marketing and financial aspects of running it.
The agreement will be valid until the June 2018.
“We are really happy to be behind Jaaz Portal as this is a very promising project. This agreement will assure a stable environment in which we will deliver the final version of the product.” - said Artur Radosz from YEHUDI Solutions.
The first Free Edition of the project will be available for general public in September 2016 while the companies plan to launch beta tests in the early July.
Jaaz is actively looking for investors offering up to 20% share of their project profits.
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