IBM aims to contribute to achieving the “Sustainable Development Strategy: Egypt’s Vision 2030” through expanding in their service export centers and training human resources to use IT solutions in all sectors
Amr Talaat, the general manager of IBM in Egypt, told Daily News Egypt in an interview that the company is working on supporting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) through its cloud computing and data analytics solutions, in addition to being the technology partner in the first incubator for entrepreneurs at Cairo University in cooperation with the Faculty of Economics and Political Science. The company is consulting with the administrators of the New Administrative Capital to take advantage of the company’s solutions in establishing the capital to become the first smart city in Egypt.
Throughout our long presence in the Egyptian market, we have been able to understand the requirements of the Egyptian market. When the purchasing power declines, there is no interruption in spending, but priorities are rearranged. This is what our customers do. We understand this well because of our experience in the Egyptian market. Therefore, we work to supply the products and solutions that fit the market at this stage, focusing mainly on cloud, analytics, and blockchain solutions.