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Pakistan-UK partnership in IT sector discussed

By Our Correspondent
July 11, 2024
This undated file photo shows the Systems Limited premises. —x/Pakistanomy
This undated file photo shows the Systems Limited premises. —x/Pakistanomy

KARACHI: Systems Limited, Pakistan’s foremost provider of IT and IT-enabled services, welcomed a distinguished guest, British Deputy High Commissioner and Director of Trade Pakistan Sarah Mooney, to its premises on Wednesday.

CEO of Systems Limited Asif Peer welcomed the deputy high commissioner and Trade Manager Sarah Peng. The visit included insightful discussions on existing partnerships in the IT sector between the UK and Pakistan, as well as future plans for Systems Limited.

The meeting underscored Systems Limited’s strategic vision to foster technological innovation and knowledge exchange through partnerships with UK counterparts. This initiative aims to bolster Pakistan’s standing as a preferred destination for IT outsourcing while positioning the country as a pivotal player in the global AI landscape.

Asif Peer expressed gratitude for hosting Deputy High Commissioner Sarah Mooney, stating, “It was an honour to show our four-decade journey marked by resilience, technological prowess, and the expertise of our global workforce. With a team exceeding 7,000 professionals, we are committed to excellence across all operations. Our collaboration with the British High Commission strengthens our mission to drive innovation and economic growth.”

High Commissioner Mooney received an exclusive tour of Systems Limited’s Karachi campus, featuring its cutting-edge facilities dedicated to servicing global clients and driving impactful change in the IT sector.

During her visit, High Commissioner Mooney expressed keen interest in Pakistan’s IT resources and quality standards. Systems Limited highlighted its strategic partnerships and dedication to nurturing high-calibre IT talent, essential for sustaining growth and competitiveness in the global market.