Centrigent and Fit Box Group (FBG) Enter into an Agreement to Build the World’s First Digital AI-based Fitness Platform

DUBAI, UAE – 12-06-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — Dubai, December 6, 2018 – Centrigent Inc, the UAE-based leading company in Consulting 4.0 and technology solutions, and Fit Box Group, the leading specialized sports and fitness services provider enter into a partnership and agreement to provide a leading-edge digital fitness platform. 

Centrigent core expertise is integrating new technologies into traditional businesses. FBG, parent company of Fit Boys Gym, and Fit Boys Promotion, has added another company; Fit Box Gym to be the first hybrid digital-physical facility focused on the trending of white collar and corporate boxing and MMA, making FBG the leading-edge specialized fitness and sports services provider. The two companies will develop the next generation digital fitness marketplace that combines Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning and Blockchain technologies to provide clients the most relevant, personal and consistent experience across the global network of services providers. The platform will enable athletes to build both a history and a future. The AI engine will provide a recommended training program based on the athlete’s fitness, training history, cloud-based data of similar athletes and other decision layers. The users’ history and planned training program will be accessible across the full ecosystem network making every trainer across the network globally their personal trainer. “Digital is now an integral part of everyone’s life. In partnering with Centrigent, we are taking our group of companies to the next level.” said Milad Saadati, FBG’s Founder and Chief Trainer. “Making digital part of the client journey will enhance their experience significantly and extend it globally, and also serves our plan to expand into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 2019””FBG has all the necessary elements to evolve its business model, and lead the industry as a whole, into the digital era,” said Jay Srage, CEO of Centrigent. “I’m excited FBG trusted Centrigent as their partner to join them in that revolution in client experience resulting in a strong uptake in revenue and efficiency.” 
About Centrigent
Centrigent is a Consulting 4.0 firm founded to be the trusted adviser to its customer base and a fully integrated extension to its supplier base making it the leading company to drive a bespoke model for accelerating Industry 4.0 and Digital Transformation. About Fit Box Group
Fit Box Group is a group of companies with fitness and sports centers across the UAE – Fit Boys Gym, and Fit Box Gym, in addition to Fit Boys Promotion responsible for organizing sporting and fitness events bringing world-class sports entertainment to the region. Safe Harbor Statement
This announcement contains forward-looking statements including quotations from management. Forward-looking statements involve inherent risks and could cause actual results to differ from those contained in those statements.CONTACTS:Centrigent – Public Relations; +971507021544; DMCC, Dubai – UAE; https://www.centrigent.com 

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