E-Working Centers for Freelancers To Promote IT Exports
In the near future, the world IT field will become very extensive because it has the potential used in every aspect of business. So those countries that have large numbers of trained IT professionals will have the upper hand in the economic war of IT exports.
Interim government Federal Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunications Dr. Umar Saif has said that various initiatives are being taken to draw in worldwide investment in the proposed new businesses.
The Interim Minister said he will likewise visit Saudi Arabia soon while the government administration will set up 5,000 joint e-working centers for freelancers.
Dr. Umar Saif said that without interest-free loans to develop the joint E-Working Centers and work with freelancers to facilitate them, bringing about a huge number of business potential opportunities in the country.
He expressed that there was a positive conversation with the interim finance minister Dr. Shamshad Akhtar on a 5-point plan connected with the IT field.
The issue of dollar retention in the IT business was talked about exhaustively and will give good news in these interests very soon.
This move won’t just exchange IT records to Pakistan and reestablish financial backer certainty, but also speed up the progression of dollars in the nation and further enhance IT exports.
Moreover, Interim IT Minister Dr. Umar Saif has said that PSEB ought to rethink its job to help IT organizations get worldwide clients and business and to brand Pakistan in the worldwide market he expressed this while directing the 58th gathering of The Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB) here on Thursday.
“Pakistan has an exceptional position as far as its IT experts and time region, it is vital to present its IT/IT items to the world in the necessary departments. PSEB should team up with the Pakistan consulate the world over to assist with developing the commodities of Pakistani IT organizations” he added.
Dr. Umar Saif coordinated with PSEB that all fundamental advances ought to be sped up for the preparation of 200,000 IT experts to add $5 Billion in IT Export.
The gathering likewise examined matters connected with the IT business and expanding interest in the country.