PM Imran khan Meet with the Head of Technology Companies
Prime Minister Imran Khan, talking to the heads of technology and digital world including YouTube and software company SAP, offered them an investment in Pakistan and positive imagery of the country.
The Prime Minister is presently in the Swiss city of Davos to attend the World Economic Forum meeting, and during this time he is meeting with the world's leading political, commercial and technology experts.
Meeting with Chief Executive of System Application and Product
Imran Khan met Christian Klein, chief executive officer of System Application and Product (SAP), one of the world's largest software enterprise companies, and requested him to help the government's 'Digital Pakistan' initiative.
Advisor Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, Advisor to Commerce Abdul Razzaq Dawood, Prime Minister's Assistant Special Syed Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari and Dr Maid Yousuf and Foreign Investment Ambassador Ali Jahangir Siddiqui were also present on the occasion.
Christian Klein told the Prime Minister that SAP has a 20-year-old and deep relationship with Pakistan and that the government plans to build Pakistan's salaries and pension system on digital lines.
The Prime Minister told Christian Klein that the government of Pakistan used digital applications to better handle the grievances of citizens, improve the administration of government offices and other governmental affairs, including the better implementation of these issues. Have decided to do it.
The Prime Minister invited SAP to support the government's digital Pakistan initiative and to train young people and equip them with digital skills with the support of key universities.
He also invited the Software Application and Product to set up a software lab in Pakistan so that software engineering for SAP could be done in Pakistan.
The chief executive officer of SAP lauded the Prime Minister's commitment to establishing government agencies and the financial sector on digital letters and promised to train young software engineers in Germany to develop software in Pakistan.