The government of Pakistan aims to drive economic growth, by enhancing its Information Technology (IT) sector said Senior Manager Infrastructure of Software Export Board (PSEB)-Muhammad Akbar.
During a meeting with the Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FCCI) President Hafiz Ihtesham. Akbar stressed that boosting IT infrastructure would bring socio-economic benefits to Pakistan and educate the youth to develop and export technologies within the ever-evolving global markets.
He further added that his firm (Pakistan Software Export Board) at the moment is overseeing 14 technology parks, whilst 40 more are being established in different cities in the next phase. And also shared insight performance details about the 14 software technology parks located in Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, and Rawalpindi.
According to Akbar, Faisalabad plays a vital role in a blossoming IT sector. Whilst, the ministry of Information Technology is refining policies to advance this sector starting at the core level.
The FCCI president acknowledged the efforts and cooperation of the government towards the development within the IT industry. Further sharing that the FCCI has dedicated a floor in its complex for the on-going progress of Techno Park.
Pakistan Government working to set up IT Infrastructure