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The representative of the communications and information technology sector in the Jordan Chamber of Commerce, Engineer Haitham Al-Rawajebh, confirmed that there are accelerated and tangible steps on the ground in terms of accelerating digital transformation processes in the Kingdom.
He said in a statement, today, Wednesday, that Jordan is currently witnessing clear trends from various sectors and segments of society towards digital transformation, which is no longer limited to economic sectors, indicating the presence of parties and sports clubs that have begun to move towards this, in an attempt to keep pace with the government steps it has taken in this regard. .
He added that information technology companies have begun to notice the government effort being made to accelerate digital transformation processes in various official departments and institutions, in line with the executive program for the economic modernization vision and the launch of fifth generation services.
He stated that the proposed economic modernization vision initiatives for the information and communications technology sector focused on the need to enhance cooperation between the two sectors to accelerate the pace of government digital transformation, as it allows the private sector to compete in providing services to citizens through open application interfaces.
He explained that digital transformation contributes to reducing operational costs, simplifying and accelerating the procedures for services provided to citizens and providing them with high quality and transparency, in addition to linking public and private sector institutions to ensure data quality and protection.
He stressed the importance of digital transformation, which is an essential foundation for improving the business environment, attracting investments, expanding businesses, and supporting commercial and service activities, indicating that today's investor is looking for countries that have a ready and advanced infrastructure in the field of digital transformation.
He pointed out that Jordanian companies operating in the communications and information technology sector have come a long way in development and growth and have become supportive of many countries in the region by providing digital transformation solutions for their various economic and service sectors.
Al-Rawajeba stressed that Jordan was one of the first countries in the region to adopt digital transformation in many economic sectors, especially the financial, agricultural, industrial, and health services sectors, pointing to the government services provided through the (Sanad) application, which have significantly doubled during the recent period.