The IT conference between Pakistan and Qatar fortifies bilateral relations in the field of technology.
A delegation led by Caretaker IT Minister Dr. Umar Saif actively participated in the recently concluded Pakistan-Qatar IT Conference held in Doha. The primary aim was to foster collaboration between the two countries in the sphere of technology.
This delegation included representatives from the Special Investment Facilitation Council and the Pakistan Software Export Board, along with the active involvement of Zohaib Khan, Chairman of the Pakistan Software Houses Association, and 30 prominent IT companies.
Dr. Umar Saif expressed contentment with the warm reception received by Pakistani IT companies in Qatar and highlighted the significant strides made in addressing bilateral technology-related matters.
The main objective of the conference was to strengthen ties between investors and companies from both nations.
“Our goal is to encourage collaboration between Pakistani and Qatari companies, enabling the sharing of investments and expertise,” emphasized Dr. Umar Saif.
He stressed the potential for developing a common and secure platform, particularly in crucial domains such as artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.
Dr. Saif highlighted the substantial contributions made by 30,000 IT companies in Pakistan, diligently working towards integrating the nation into the digital realm.
Additionally, he disclosed that Pakistan produces 75,000 IT graduates annually, showcasing a dedication to providing top-notch training in the field.
“Pakistan’s IT talent and companies enjoy global recognition,” asserted Dr. Umar Saif, emphasizing the country’s standing in the global IT arena.
The conference acted as a platform for dialogue and collaboration, laying the groundwork for a robust partnership between Pakistan and Qatar in the rapidly advancing field of information technology.