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Interviews underway with electronic collection companies to agree on smart applications final form for banks’ electronic payment cards
We launched new service via WhatsApp, says company’s CEO
Company believes Jordan is a promising market and has sustainable opportunities
EGP 8.3bn net debts of the company
32 local ICT companies to participate in week
MCIT carrying out study with programme on cooperation aspects to use communication, information technology tools to contribute towards reaching an integrated creative economy
Internet market added 3 million new consumers in Q2, number of internet users reached 42 million in Q2 compared to 39 million in Q1
NI partner banks among first acquiring banks in Egypt to integrate national payments scheme
Devices have Knox MDM software to secure data, manage content
Number of modem devices remained stable at 3.48m, number of landline users increased by 1.5%
Huawei continues to march towards top with 17.3% share
New technology overcomes problem of information sovereignty: El Salmy
Company said it prefers if customers provide video saying they decided to switch to Nova 3i instead of F9
Capacity sales’ revenues grew in H1 2018
Each daily minute, 3.9m Google searches, 4.3m YouTube videos,13m text messages, 2.1m snaps, 1 million passengers on aeroplanes, $ 330,000 Amazon sales, 73,249 online retail transactions, 750,000 songs streamed, 49,380 Instagram photos, 159m emails sent
Summit invited 2,500 industrial, commercial, financial, service sector leaders, as well as IT experts
Investment in digital learning has grown to over $22bn between 2015-2017, as per Metaari report
Company is now operating in 33 countries, plans to increase scope of operation, obtain more market share
Internet attracts 1.6 million new clients
Payment facilities become very common recently, hence Jumia aims to allow its customer to purchase online unique and diverse products through instalment payment service
On the KMG strategy to enhance the presence of new players in the mobile market, Ghoneim pointed out that the strategy depends on several axes; the first and most important of which is the provision of after-sales and maintenance services nationwide so as to be closer to the company’s customers
Egypt considered as top consumer of polypropylene in Africa, consuming about 4.4 kg per capita, growing by more than 5% annually through 2022
Chinese companies’ dominance of mobile phone industry was not limited to smartphones, but extended to feature phones.
Oppo led Chinese top selling smartphone companies, with a market share of 22% of mid-range smartphone sales, whose prices range from $400 to $600.
Chinese companies take over the largest share of the sales of smartphones in Africa, where the total share of Chinese companies’ smartphone sales is estimated to be 59%.
Chinese smartphone companies control over a third of the sales of the Egyptian market, according to StatCounter’s index in August.
Raya Contact Center, the Egyptian provider of comprehensive business process outsourcing (BPO) services, announced signing a long-term lease agreement to rent a 8,400 sqm semi-finished facility in West-Cairo’s Smart Village business park. This new mega facility is expected to host 1,500 workstation/seat capacity, which would be utilised in serving the growing demand for offshore BPO …
We plan to boost services in Saudi Arabia, launch new products, says Barsoum
This year, the number of participants reached 560, with a total of 40 independent games. Only 14 games were selected to participate in the exhibition
500 IT decision makers, top executives attended