Preston IT consultant launches new instant messaging app for business
Ishaq Vaez, from New Hall Lane, a freelance IT consultant with over 16 years of IT and software experience, first came up with the idea for a more secure and private messaging app in 2017, and assembled a team to bring it to reality.
He said: “Chazbiz is a British instant messaging app, but it works differently to WhatsApp.
“He is strongly motivated by confidentiality and to avoid scams. You need to login with your email address and password first, then enable your comm vi email and we can use two factor authentication.
“It’s encrypted and we have a secure server to store messages until you delete the chat from your phone.
“I designed it for companies to chat with employees, but it can also be used for personal conversations.”
Because it is not dependent on an individual SIM card, chats can be accessed from any Android or Apple phone.
Ishaq, 33, who went to Christ The King High School before studying IT and working for various employees including the NHS, DWP and private companies, said he was proud that he was acts from a company based in Preston.
He said: “The app is completely free for everyday social users, but so we’re offering a professional package with the option of having the app white-labeled for a company designed for employee use.
“Because you need to add people as a contact, you are in control and you won’t receive any spam or scams. You know exactly who you’re talking to.
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