IT Vista aims to sign up 500

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  • Tuesday, 10 Feb 2004

Mobile application solutions provider Interactive Vista (M) Sdn Bhd (IT Vista) aims to attract 500 organisations to sign up for Dapat, the nation's first short messaging system (SMS) aggregator, by the end of the year. 

Its president Sabri Rahman told reporters after the launch in Petaling Jaya yesterday that the capacity of IT Vista's system was truly scalable to cater to any dynamic incremental demand for its services. 

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