President of Huawei Northern African Enterprise Business Group Michael Li said that Huawei businesses in Egypt are a key axis in its future plans in the Middle East and North Africa, asserting that the company abides by its commitments in the Egyptian market and works on offering advanced technological solutions to enable companies and firms in all sectors and industries to support Egypt's digital transformation plans.
The official's remarks were made at a seminar on the world model of digital transformation to create sustainable growth, which shed light on the efforts of the Egyptian government to achieve digital transformation in various sectors including education, health and transport, in addition to the development of its infrastructure to cope up with Egypt's vision for 2030.
Li said the close cooperation between Huawei and the governmental and private foundations will much contribute to achieving Egypt's vision for 2030 in the field of information technology as well as coming up with new business models that can be followed worldwide and enhance the economic growth in the region.
The Huawei official asserted that Egypt is a leading country in the North Africa and Middle East region and enjoys a distinguished infrastructure that enables it to turn to the digital economy that could have a positive impact on its economic growth and ease the daily transactions of the Egyptian citizens.
Meanwhile, Head of the Vertical Solutions at Huawei Technologies Medhat Mahmoud said the digital transformation of various industries could provide a major chance for creating a common value for each of the industry and society, adding that Huawei Technologies is working side by side with all foundations in Egypt, including the governmental, the public facilities, energy, transport, education and other industrial sectors to back the digital transformation process.
The seminar has addressed several topics underlining the importance of digital transformation and its influence on the practical and personal life especially after the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. It also covered the companies' potentials for using integrated communications, cloud computing, internet of things (IOT) in main business operations in a way that could enhance their efficiency and competitive skills.