Pakistan is en route to a digital revolution with intelligent enterprises and projects like E-Governance. As a result, Pakistan’s digital market is reaching PKR 800 million, according to the International Trade Administration and as industry experts announced during GITEX Technology Week in Dubai.
Global technology company SAP says rapidly-digitizing verticals like aviation, banking and finance, public sector, retail, and telco, are enabling organizations to optimize costs, efficiency, and digital business.
Supporting regional digital transformation, SAP recently became the first multi-national enterprise application software company to go live on a Saudi cloud data center, open to Pakistan customers.
Supporting digital transformation of Pakistan’s industry verticals and lines of business, at GITEX, SAP will exhibit under the theme “The Intelligent Enterprise,” with a central showcase of how the future of Smart Cities can reimagine daily lives in the Digital Economy. Pakistan’s visitors are experiencing intelligent entertainment parks, blockchain for supply chain, smart sports, Intelligent Enterprises, and Future of Work.
“The massive Pakistan digital market shows that CEOs are early adopters in digital transformation on the cloud, for digital business models that can transform customer experiences,” said Ahmed Al-Faifi, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, SAP Middle East North.
“Becoming a cloud-first Intelligent Enterprise is the number one business priority for Pakistan’s CEOs,” said Saquib Ahmad, Managing Director, SAP Pakistan. “By having a nationwide digital foundation, Pakistan’s public and private sectors can enable Vision 2025’s transformation of the economy, society, and environment.”