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13 Companies to Honored LCCI’s IT Awards

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In a ceremony held by the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s there were 13 companies who were honored with the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s inaugural IT Awards (LCCI). The President of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi was the chief guest at the occasion.

Other important people who were present at the occasion were: LCCI President Mian Tariq Misbah, Senior Vice President Nasir Hameed Khan, Vice President Tahir Manzoor Chaudhry, Convener LCCI Standing Committee on IT Infrastructure Development Muhammad Haroon Arora, and Punjab Minister for Higher Education & Information Technology Raja Humayun Yasir.

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Dr. Alvi spoke on the occasion saying that promotion of the IT infrastructure is an important factor that plays a key role in the development of the economy. He also mentioned that the IT sector has massively improved over the past few years. The president also mentioned the importance of training young graduates to help them get better job opportunities. It is also estimated that Pakistan’s IT exports are expected to reach $5 billion by the year 2023.

The awards were distributed to Systems Ltd, Bilytica Pvt Ltd, Abacus Consulting Technology Pvt Ltd, Multinet Pakistan Pvt Ltd, Mentor Graphics Pakistan Pvt Ltd, The Games Storm Studios Pvt Ltd, Cyber Advances Solutions, DevBatch Pvt Ltd, TechAbout Pvt Ltd, Lumensoft Technologies, OZI Technology.

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