European companies looking to tap into Pakistan’s IT sector: Imad

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Staff Reporter

Islamabad

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Evolligence (Pvt.) Ltd, Imad Siddiqui has said that Pakistan has become a priority market for European investors and currently many European companies are looking to tap into the country’s booming IT sector.

He was speaking at the signing ceremony of the partnership agreement with Nintex UK Ltd., one of the world’s leading software platforms for end-to-end process management and workflow automation, based in London, U.K. The signing ceremony was virtually held at the Evolligence’ offices in Islamabad on Saturday.

Imad Siddiqui said Pakistan is rapidly reclaiming its global fame as one of the most investor friendly countries, a reality that heralds a cardinal change in the region.

“Because of its highly-talented, tech savvy youth, Pakistan is in an ideal position to attract the world’s leading IT companies looking for cost-effective but the most innovative technology solutions,” he added.

Ayman Al-Hattab, Regional Sales Director, Nintex Ltd., Sohail Minhas, VP Sales, Evolligence, Khawaja Mudassir, Director Operations, Evolligence, and other senior officials and IT experts also participated online in the signing ceremony of the strategic partnership between Nintex UK and Evolligence (Pvt.) Ltd.

Nintex is the global standard for process management and automation. Currently, over 10,000 public and private sector organizations across 90 countries, including more than 50 per cent of the Fortune 500, are using Nintex Platform to accelerate digital transformation.

Evolligence has recently entered Pakistan’s IT sector, with its globally-known tech-solutions portfolio specialized in such avant-garde domains as machine learning, artificial intelligence, robotics process automation and many more.

In his address, Ayman Al-Hattab, said the current business climate in Pakistan is now far more conducive to e-commerce development and growth than previous decades.

“E-commerce is one of those business sectors in Pakistan that have recorded phenomenal growth, while the rise of 3G and 4G technologies, a mind-boggling pace of innovation and upgradation in the sector along with continually-evolving industry practices have taken the sector to the next level,” Ayman said.

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