Azerbaijan seeks to export IT solutions to African market

1 April 2016 18:03 (UTC+04:00)

By Fatma Babayeva

A consortium of Azerbaijani IT companies participated in a tender announced for the design, configure, supply, installation, and commissioning of the Integrated Domestic Revenue Administration System of Tanzania, SINAM Company announced on March 31.

The consortium includes the company SINAM (the main operator in the consortium), Cybernet and Bestcomp Group, as well as MFI Document Solutions, a local company in Tanzania.

Along the consortium, eight other companies from Kenya, Brazil, South Africa, Canada, Zimbabwe and Luxembourg also submitted their application for the participation in the tender.

Earlier, SINAM Company presented technical advice on the project of creating an addressing system of Kabul to the public authority in Afghanistan. Technical recommendations have been approved by the Kabul Municipality.

Founded in 1994, SINAM Company is a leading IT company in the region that offers the wide range of IT services and products.

The company is recognized as an e-government solutions provider and system integrator providing turnkey solutions that embody the full value chain from integrated hardware and software complex to consulting, support and warranty.

Azerbaijan is developing its ICT sphere in last 20 years and now reaches high results. Today, the country not only provides itself with the IT technology, but also introduces its experience to the countries of the region.


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