Latest in Tag: ITIDA Highlight
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ITIDA CEO Amr Mahfouz said, “The export IT programme is part and parcel of ITIDA’s strategy that primarily aims at boosting Egyptian IT exports, increasing competitiveness, and enabling them to expand and access global markets.”
MoU was signed with France’s Atos to provide support for company’s business expansion in Egypt and doubling of its investments
Agency’s move aims to fast-track adoption of digital signatures across Egypt
Initiative aims to help local software development companies keep track of latest global digital transformation trends
Programme aims to create qualified German-speaking talent pool to attract global outsourcing companies to invest in Upper Egypt
Authority to provide administrative, technical, financial support with EGP 50m budget to civil work institutions operating in ICT sector
Agreement will contribute to creating 4,800 new outsourcing jobs in Egypt
These centres provide technical training for young people in ICT, implement programmes to foster technological innovation
Programme scheduled to start in May, as part of spring semester of 2021
Cooperation agreement is first of its kind signed by Ministry of Communications and Information Technology with top international universities
Decision shall take effect from 1 March
Application forms for e-signature licence are available at ITIDA’s premise in Smart Village from 24 February to 9 March, costing EGP 40,000
This year’s event will expand at regional and international levels
Egypt’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology Amr Talaat has issued a decree appointing two new Vice Presidents at the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA).
Amr Mahfouz, CEO of Egypt’s Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA), has received Wamkele Mene, Secretary-General of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Secretariat.
ITIDA launches IT export programme covering proceeds for 2019 and 2020
“The COVID-19 pandemic has confirmed the importance of digitization and shifting the way both companies and employers work” ITIDA’s CEO, Amr Mahfouz, said in his opening remarks.
Collaboration launched to enrich Egyptian entrepreneurship ecosystem
The forum sessions introduced digital transformation tools, and the pivotal role digital transformation plays in sustaining the growth of business. It can also be used to maintain the highest rates of performance, through a number of experts in the field of software.
InnovEgypt, presented entirely online, has already started in June until end of October
Certification provides methodology for building integrated information security system that achieves highest security standards
Protocol aims to provide appropriate, encouraging financing climate for SMEs working in Egypt’s ICT sector, says Amr Talaat
The online initiative, open to up to 100,000 Egyptians, is part of a move to help them master the latest tech skills, and brush up on their core skill set. Udacity, which offers career training, is set to offer skills training, especially those in demand in the job market.
A total of 52 companies have benefited from the programme so far, with a total amount of just over EGP 17m in export rebates having been given to the first and second groups combined.
A total of 26 governmental executive leaders, including from the Ministries of Civil Aviation, Immigration and Egyptian Affairs Abroad, Health, Electricity and Renewable Energy and Agriculture, among others, participated in the session’s activities
The application extension, which now has a 16 April deadline, also aims to curb the impact of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the sector
Disbursement begins in April, priority given to micro- and small companies to mitigate effects of COVID-19
The agency is offering its support to the ‘Wild Card’ online hackathon that has called on teams from across the EMEA to present technological solutions. These efforts, it is hoped, will lead to a response system to help individuals and businesses deal with the disruption.
Egyptian startups collecting largest number of investment deals reflect market opportunities: ITIDA
ITIDA said that the company failed to appoint qualified technical cadres to provide those services, beside not renewing maintenance contracts for hardware and software despite their aging