Jordanian companies have vast capabilities to support gov't e-transformation efforts-stakeholder

10-07-2021 02:10 PM

Ammon News - Representative of the communications and information technology sector in the Jordan Chamber of Commerce (JCC), Haitham Al-Rawajbeh, affirmed the ability of the ICT companies to support official transformations pertaining to access to e-government and digital transformation, and speed up their implementation in record time.

In a press statement on Saturday, he said the sector's companies have "large and wide" capabilities and expertise in the programming field to be harnessed in the services that the government wants to provide to citizens in the service sector to complete their transactions as soon as possible.

Jordan has a "qualified" infrastructure to help complete the e-government file, high capabilities and great expertise, which many countries in the region have benefited from in this regard, he pointed out.

Al-Rawajbeh also praised the official efforts currently being made to accelerate access to digital transformation, in line with the royal directives.

Jordanian companies operating in the telecom and information technology sector have gone a long way in development and growth and have supported many countries in the region by providing solutions to their various economic and service sectors, he said.

Jordanian companies, he noted, today export many of their services in the software field to many Arab and foreign countries, he noted, adding that many foreign and international companies opened offices in the Kingdom to benefit from Jordanian expertise and competencies in this area.

Al-Rawajba said the sector, which is an essential leverage of the Kingdom’s national security, is an important supporter of the national economy, and has proven "high" capabilities during the Covid-19 pandemic, whether in terms of supporting the fight against the pandemic or facilitating the work of economic sectors and the citizens' lives.

He noted the number of companies operating in the information technology sector in the Kingdom exceeds 1,000, with approximately 45,000 workers.


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