Karachi: Seeing the potential in Pakistan’s IT sector, the German company “SAP” has started a student zone program in universities from January 1 for IT promotion, under which students will be given free training.
Saqib Ahmed, Country MD of SAP, a German software company, while addressing the media round table session under the title of Digital Transformation, Cloud Migration, said that university students will be given access to SAP software under the Student Zone.
He said that SAP has offered all universities to join the student zone program. Students of universities will be given access to SAP software under the Student Zone.
According to Saqib Ahmed, Country MD of SAP, the aim of this initiative is to increase IT exports by promoting the IT sector in the country. He said that highlighting the importance of digital transformation in Pakistan is the need of the hour.
He said that Pakistan is facing difficulties in administrative change. People respond to transformation in the face of the threat of unemployment Business practices are changing globally. Development of software and solutions is the most important need of the hour in Pakistan as well. SAP is ready to provide affordable software solutions in Pakistan.
He said that the shortage of beds in Quaid was met through SAP’s Arabia software. 62% of UN countries are using SAP software and 90% of global companies are also using SAP software solutions.
Saqib Ahmed, Country MD of SAP, said that the speed of digitization in Pakistan was very fast during the Corona epidemic, but today digitization or digital migration is coming down due to various financial problems.
Saqib Ahmed clarified that digital transformation is essential for the development of any country. Companies must act quickly to capture the market. The basic requirement for business transformation is the availability of accurate data, while SAP provides accurate data to enterprises.