Chitwan, Nepal, January 19, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Unelma Platforms is a multinational technology company that designs, develops and sells consumer electronics, computer software and online services. Unelma Platforms has built several projects, software solutions and services across a diverse range of categories such as higher education, healthcare, artificial intelligence and cloud computing. Today Unelma Platforms announced the launch of social networking platform called e-Sathi.com.
e-Sathi's mission is to participate and connect Nepal and globe into one single unified platform. The goal here is to connect and share information especially for those underprivileged, growing communities and people of so-called "third-world" countries. e-Sathi wants to connect those type of people with individuals who are open and want to share and collaborate with peers and make friends.
The heart of e-Sathi is friendship — "sathi" meaning a friend in Nepalese (and also in many other languages). e-Sathi.com comes with many well-known consumer features such as events, group privacy, blogs, emojis, stories (users can publish stories which are photos and videos that last 24 hours).
Users of eSathi can also create pages, display public information along with stories, photos and allow to share same interests when forming the groups. e-Sathi is no different than other popular social networking platforms. And one can surely find the similar platform elsewhere too.
The only difference between e-Sathi and other similar platforms is that e-Sathi.com will not sell users personal data and information to third-parties and advertisers.
e-Sathi has inbuilt support for Nepalese and English languages and is already gaining momentum where more than thousands of users have signed up for in this growing social networking platform.
e-Sathi is now a Nepal's #1 social networking platform. Create an account or log into e-Sathi. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates.
e-Sathi is ready for the public,and an early beta version is launched free to use by anyone at e-Sathi.com.