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The app grants advantages of productivity, which enable companies to work remotely from anywhere and at any time.
The service is operating normally and the NTRA did not notify us about cutting the service, says Hegazy
We aim to use investment to expand in the GCC in 2016, says CEO
Our business is valued at $100m and we are considering investing in five new companies before end of 2015, says CEO Antaki
GCC and Europe have become popular destination for skilled labour, says Tharwat
The Egyptian market is characterised by the availability of labour and well-trained technicians, especially in the outsourcing and software sectors, with Egypt classified as a major manpower exporting country.
We presented our current cost structure to NTRA to prove our losses, says company official
Former communications minister Khaled Negm was unsupportive of unified licence, despite predecessor Atef Helmy’s good work, says Yassin
The conditions of the contract specified the system of points to be used to evaluate technical offers from competing companies, whereby the offering company must obtain at least 70% of the total evaluation points in order for its offer to be accepted.
Vodafone topped the rankings for quality of mobile internet services, with only 12 failed connections of the more than 3,600 attempted connections
Lebanon came in fourth place with 2.6 million buyers, then Kuwait with 2.4 million buyers through the Internet, while Jordan took the last place with 1.6 million buyers.
The reduction in the value of the Egyptian pound against the dollar and the regulations of the Central Bank of Egypt to control the dollars deposits has affected the flow of shipments.
Upgrading infrastructure and improving the level of service top our priorities list, says Yassin
Sector needs minister who is aware of telecommunications sector, not just IT, says former minister
We target injecting investments worth EGP 9bn into the Egyptian market over the next three years
TE has monopoly on Egypt’s internet market where they can fix the price they want, says Gauthier
Etisalat Egypt targets EGP 10bn investments over next five years, allocates EGP 2.5bn per year to improve network’s service
We are currently focused on providing our services to banking and ICT sectors, says Abdel Rasoul
We provide necessary training to develop skills, and cooperate with two rehabilitation centres, says Elfakharany
Only 10% of companies are using up-to-date document scanners in their business operations