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MTS launches management platform for apartment buildings

Thursday 2 January 2020 | 14:07 CET | News
Russian mobile operator MTS has designed a platform for the digital management of apartment buildings. The software targets property management companies and comes with mobile applications for staff and residents.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: MTS
Countries: Russian Federation
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