Inbox recognized as the largest technology company in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT )

At a memorable ceremony held by Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB) at The Marriott Hotel Islamabad, Inbox Business Technologies was recognized with the prestigious PSEB IT award. The CEO of Inbox Mr. Mir Nasir received the award for largest technology company in terms of domestic business from the IT minister Anusha Rahman.

Speaking after the event Mir Nasir was quick to dedicate the award to the two thousand Inbox employees who deliver digital services and solutions on behalf of Inbox to domestic enterprises and government entities. He stressed Inbox’s commitment to making use of technology to solve Pakistan’s most pressing problems around sustainability, scarcity and education. Mr. Mir Nasir shared his belief that Pakistan’s domestic IT spend would grow significantly, as the need to be efficient and compete took center stage, with trade barriers falling even further. He urged public sector and large businesses to invest smartly in technology to empower their organizations.

Over a hundred guests comprising of top executives from the IT and Telecom sector, high-ranking government officials, and representatives of the diplomatic community attended the awards ceremony. Director PSEB and Chairman of Pakistan Software Houses Association also spoke on the occasion. The event ended with an address by the IT minister.

 About Inbox Business Technologies:

Inbox Business Technologies is the premier provider of digital services to businesses in Pakistan whose mission is “Providing Agility for the Digital Age”. Disruptive technologies are forcing businesses to adapt or die. Business strategy has to be redesigned for this consistently uncertain digital age and business models need to be agile enough to execute the equivalent of hitting moving targets. Inbox Business Technologies gives businesses that agility with its digital services portfolio. Visit www.inboxbiz.com to get latest thinking on how technology enables business agility in this age of disruption.

 

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