Considering the capabilities of the IT sector, the government of Pakistan is taking progressive initiatives to enforce policies that can maximize opportunities in IT.

Khalid Siddiqui (Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunications) in the “Huawei Mobile Summit 2019” stated, We need to keep our pace with world to end unemployment. Improve our IT education standard as more than 25,000 IT graduates are being produced each year but only a few thousand get a job in the market.”

Pondering on some undeniable facts and figures breathing under the foundation of Pakistan’s IT sector, the minister has set new aims to make a digitalized Pakistan a topmost priority of the concerned authorities.

In the quest to promote IT, a meeting was held on 20th December 2018 under the co-chairmanship of Dr. Atta-ur-Rehman and the Ministry of IT, Masroof Afzal, to discuss the transformation and solutions required.

The Government of Pakistan cannot achieve its aims alone. It needs the confidence and dedication of tech companies working within the country. While the government of Pakistan is taking steps to assist the IT sector of the country, top IT companies like ABTACH are also playing their role to ensure optimum growth.

From delivering a vast range of digital marketing solutions to serving each client with outbound online visibility, ABTACH is determined to bring the Pakistani IT industry to the limelight. It operates under the unmatched expertise of Mr. Azneem Bilwani (CEO), while Mr. Salman Yousuf (COO) is the mastermind behind the unprecedented growth this company has seen over the past couple of years.

Dr. Khalid shared his perspective, saying that the next 20 years in the IT industry will be crucial. He further explained, We need to keep our pace with the world to generate more employment opportunities and end unemployment.”

With great developments predicted for the Pakistani IT sector, brands and companies will find a better way to operate online businesses. It will bring a plethora of benefits in the accumulation of ICT goods, leaving a positive influence over the GDP.

Though it took a lot for the IT sector to prosper, it seems that such strong policies will push companies like ABTACH to strive for the best and achieve targets set by the Ministers of Pakistan. In a nutshell, we are bound to witness astonishing advancements in the IT industry in the years to come.

As per the news on April 10th, 2019, Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui declared that a robust cybersecurity policy in being penned down and will be enforced soon. Moreover, the threat to cybersecurity hindered in the exploration of contemporary digital solutions.

Hence, the Ministers of Pakistan are strengthening the technological base of the industry to assist IT professionals and marketers in running seamless online businesses. In fact, the newly elected Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan has claimed to allot Rs1.1 billion to build projects for the exploration of AI-based solutions. This could open up a whole new arena for the IT-industry of Pakistan.

The IT companies of Pakistan are already working on high-tech projects revolving around Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence. Developing digital products in the form of incredibly responsive websites and shaping the future of brands through interactive and integrated brand assets, IT firms in Pakistan are building a firm reputation of becoming the torchbearers of information technology.

People like Tim Cook and Elon Musk carved their footprint in the IT sector by developing an idea that was unique and enriching. This goes to show that the prosperity of a nation does not lie in the huge investment plan or rapid policymaking. It lies in the execution of a great idea.

The tech-savvy people in Pakistan are equipped with a sheer drive, determination, and enthusiasm to not only develop new IT ventures but also create an IT empire that can beat the exports of all other countries in the world. By using state-of-the-art software and smart techniques, each product/service offered in the industry is a specimen of the capabilities this nation holds when it comes to the IT sector.

As tech advancements are growing with a rapid pace, the day isn’t far when Pakistan will be considered a global IT hub, provided the government and the tech enthusiasts continue to work together.


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