CollabDeen became the highlight of the week when our CEO, Fateh Ali was featured by a global press agency.
Fateh Ali shared his experience and insights on creating CollabDeen. Fateh Ali, an Indian-born entrepreneur, want to see Millennials do more of two things that aren’t often associated with each other: visit mosques daily and and contribute more to the community. Fateh and his partner Mohamed Hussain are launching a startup named Collabdeen that aims to help people do just that, wherever they are in the world.
That last bit is especially important for Fateh. Now in his thirties, he has been based in Singapore for a decade, but the tech entrepreneur was born in Bangalore and spent most of his career between Fidelity Investments in India and JP Morgan in Singapore. But he believes his work on the nuances of “Muslim tech” and CollabDeen became possible when he met his destiny.
The trigger for developing CollabDeen, a smart mosque app based on Amazon Web Service and expected to be launched during this Ramadan, came when he realised that most Muslims are yet to adopt technology to the fullest to communicate and interact with their community.Read more about the article here: