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Old February 21st, 2012, 11:32 PM   #1161
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Old February 22nd, 2012, 09:59 AM   #1162
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She's not - she's talking very practical and pragmatic. You guys need to mature up, too young to think things through.
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Old February 22nd, 2012, 10:33 AM   #1163
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She's not - she's talking very practical and pragmatic. You guys need to mature up, too young to think things through.
I never understand what's practical in what she says. Everyone in the industry is sick of her elitist views.
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Old February 24th, 2012, 01:00 AM   #1164
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What have the local IT companies done to innovate and start production of tech products in the country? They've had since the mid 90s. Ab koi kar raha hai tou rou rahey hain because they're not going to get a cut
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whats the story behind Jehan Ara Jealousy?
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Old February 24th, 2012, 07:32 AM   #1166
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Old February 24th, 2012, 11:13 AM   #1167
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What have the local IT companies done to innovate and start production of tech products in the country? They've had since the mid 90s. Ab koi kar raha hai tou rou rahey hain because they're not going to get a cut
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Old February 24th, 2012, 11:22 AM   #1168
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whats the story behind Jehan Ara Jealousy?
She thinks she owns the IT industry.
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Old February 25th, 2012, 03:35 PM   #1169
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a she? gud luck makin progress wid a woman in charge of IT.
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Old March 8th, 2012, 05:00 AM   #1170
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Pakistan IT companies participating in GDC
By Yasir Ameen - Mar 5th, 2012 (1 Comment)

5Karachi: Pakistan’s six IT companies are participating in the biggest platform of gaming and animation world, Game Developers Conference (GDC) being held in San Francisco from March 5 to 9.

Pakistan Software Export Boards (PSEB) is sponsoring a delegation of Pakistani companies to this largest conference of its kind in the world with expenses including airfare and partial subsidy for participation fees.

The participating companies mainly work in the field of gaming and animation are iTrango, Jin Technologies, DTL and others having different expertise, working capacity and business turnover.

PSEB invited Expression of Interests (EOIs) from its member companies for mega event last month. It received dozens of applications while only 6 companies were selected after evaluating the business and professional potential of the IT companies in Games Designing.

Last year, there were 10 selected companies participated in the event, representing Pakistan on the behalf of PSEB.

The animation industry in Pakistan developed rapidly on the strength of high quality institutions churning out creative, imaginative, and technically savvy animators. This, combined with successive governments keen on developing the local IT industry, resulted in generous incentives that further fueled the development of the animation industry.

Expatriate professionals and entrepreneurs noticed the potential of the Pakistan’s animation industry and jumped on the foray contributing to the industry growth.

PSEB expects that the companies would attempt to attain maximum benefit from the event by bringing business/foreign investment to Pakistan and project Pakistan’s IT sector as a viable, cost effective, high quality destination for developing Gaming Products, a PSEB official Saluman Hassan said.

The end goal is to provide the local gaming industry the necessary support in order to facilitate the industry to bring employment generation and foreign exchange earnings to Pakistan, he added.

The Game Developers Conference/Expo (GDC) is the world’s largest professional’s only game industry event and has been held consistently every year for 24 years. The Game Developers Conference has come a long way in size and stature, emanating from an informal gathering of about 25 developers in the living room of a notable game designer 24 years ago, to a weeklong conference attended by over 18,000 well established industry insiders.

The event addresses multiple platforms, such as dedicated gaming consoles, handheld devices, cell phones, online and of course computers. The GDC provides an excellent opportunity to interact with well-established industry veterans and network with prospective customers and companies.

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Pakistani IT professionals in high demand
By Farooq Baloch
Published: February 19, 2012



In high demand, Pakistani IT professionals are growing significantly on oDesk, a Silicon valley-based online marketplace, in terms of both revenues and subscriptions to the platform.

KARACHI: From business process outsourcing to developing smartphone apps, Pakistani IT professionals are seem to be going after every opportunity, especially in the online job market, to bring home valuable foreign exchange.

In high demand, Pakistani IT professionals are growing significantly on oDesk, a Silicon valley-based online marketplace, in terms of both revenues and subscriptions to the platform.

“Pakistan is one of our largest contractor bases, and it is growing steadily,” CEO Gary Swart said in reply to queries through email. Contractors in Pakistan earned almost $1.5 million on oDesk in January 2012 alone, he said. “That figure is more than double the $700,000 they earned in January 2011, which is really an impressive growth!”

In January 2012, Swart said, more than 4,500 contractors from Pakistan signed up for oDesk, which enables businesses to hire, manage and pay a flexible online workforce, representing significant growth over previous months.

The top five categories of oDesk that work in Pakistan, according to the CEO, are web programming, web design, search engine optimisation, software development and mobile apps.

“In these five categories alone, contractors from Pakistan earned $796,000 in January 2012.” The number of Pakistani professionals that sign up for oDesk is growing steadily at a rate of 11% month over month, he added.

As seen from the top five job categories for Pakistani contractors, Swart said, there is certainly a large demand for their IT skills on the oDesk marketplace – which was the seventh fastest-growing company of Silicon Valley in 2011, according to the Silicon Valley Business Journal.

oDesk, according to Swart, is world’s largest online marketplace – as measured by dollars earned by contractors each month – and has 1.6 million registered contractors where 120,000 new jobs are posted each month. Contractors earned more than $225 million on oDesk last year, he said.

IT services are definitely a sweet spot for the oDesk marketplace in general, Swart said. The top two job categories on oDesk overall – web development and software development – together make up more than half of the total earnings on the platform, and demand for IT skills continues to grow rapidly.

Pakistan’s IT industry, according to Pakistan Software Export Board, has seen steady growth over the last few years despite sluggish economic growth – thanks to the online job market.

IT and IT-enabled services exports stood between $560 million and $860 million last year, according to former managing director of PSEB Imran Zia. On a Y-o-Y basis, the IT sector has been growing at 15% to 20% for the last three years and the growth in 2011 was about 15%. The future outlook for Pakistani IT professionals looks promising as IT jobs are in high demand on oDesk, where subscription rate of Pakistani contractors is growing steadily.

“IT jobs are our most in-demand category – which means we have significantly more IT opportunities for contractors from all countries, Pakistan included,” Swart said. “So we believe that we have more Pakistani IT professionals than any other online work marketplace,” he added.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 19th, 2012.

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Global IT ranking: Pakistan drops 14 places in a year


Country has the fourth-cheapest mobile cellular tariffs among 142 countries: report.

Pakistan’s ranking dropped 14 places to 102 in a year out of the 142 countries in the Global Information Technology Report 2012 of the World Economic Forum with most pillars deteriorating.

The ranking shows the government’s lack of efficiency and poor governance, reads a statement released by WEF’s local partner Mishal Pakistan.

The report indicates challenges and opportunities on 10 different pillars, where Pakistan has not been able to show any remarkable improvements in the previous year.

The only positive from the report was that Pakistan stood the fourth cheapest mobile cellular tariffs, showing the cut-throat competition in the telecom sector.

Cellular tariffs came under affordability in the ten pillars which had an impressive rank of 26 among the total 142 countries.

Pakistan lost its competitive advantage on the fixed broadband internet tariffs, where it dropped the ranking to 79 in from 36. The extent of information and communications technologies improving access for all citizens to basic services – health, education, financial services – also took a dip to 113, falling back 30 places from last year.

Pakistan also improved its competitiveness in certain areas including, efficiency of the legal system in challenging regulations, where Pakistan improved from 95 in 2011 to 79 in 2012 out of 142 countries. The judicial independence was also highlighted as one of the advantages in Pakistan.

The quality of education system and the capacity for innovation also shows improvement of 7 points each ranking at 79 and 51, respectively.

Sweden stood (1st) and Singapore (2nd) top the rankings in this year’s report in leveraging information and communications technologies to boost country competitiveness. Switzerland (5th), the Netherlands (6th), the United States (8th), Canada (9th) and the United Kingdom (10th) also show strong performances in the top 10.

“Despite efforts over the past decade to develop information and communications technologies (ICT) infrastructure in developing economies, a new digital divide in terms of ICT impacts persists,” sums up the report.
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Old April 8th, 2012, 07:38 PM   #1174
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Pakistan game developer to compete with Atari and Kabam
Sunday, April 8th, 2012 6:09:52 by Ammar Ahmad




Pakistan game developer to compete with Atari and Kabam
A Pakistani social game developer is poised to join global gaming giants Atari and Kabam after accreditation from 6waves – the largest Facebook game publisher in the world.
According to a news release issued here, Islamabad’s White Rabbit Studios is the only Facebook gaming studio from Pakistan – and in fact the entire South Asian region – to be featured in the list of key social game developers. As a result of this partnership,
the company will gain access to more than 30 million users in 6waves’ gigantic Facebook user network, said the release.
While White Rabbit Studios is a three-year-old game development company, primarily and solely focused on content creation, the Islamabad-based set-up is already considered a veteran in the social gaming scene. It is funded by a prominent Pakistani-American
entrepreneur and first came to the fore in early 2010 with the release of Pakistan’s first social game on Facebook – Feline Frenzy – the release added.
White Rabbit’s Facebook partnership with 6waves will lend it an opportunity to become one of the leading content creation companies in South Asia; a rare feat in the services dominated IT sectors of Pakistan and India. “It is very exciting to see our company’s
name mentioned along with the likes of Atari and Kabam,” said CEO of White Rabbit Studios Hassan Baig.
“We’re very confident in our ability to compete with the finest minds in centres of innovation across the world. We can do everything they can, and at more favourable economics. We may be considered underdogs at present, but the future, beyond any doubt,
will belong to us,” he said.
The multi-billion dollar social gaming industry is reported to be growing at a faster pace than Hollywood, the press release stated; adding that 6waves has previously published several hit games on Facebook, and their partner vetting process is considered
one of the most rigorous in the industry.
Overall, White Rabbit’s strategic partnership with 6waves not only bodes well for the future of the IT sector in Pakistan and portrays a new face of the country to the world, but also scripts an interesting new chapter in the history of tech rivalry between
Pakistan and India.
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Old April 14th, 2012, 07:25 PM   #1175
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Do you know where your favourite football apps are made?
ISSAM AHMED Saturday, 7 Apr 2012



Last season’s popular Facebook fantasy football app was developed in Karachi, which is known more for its chronic ethnic and sectarian bloodshed than football - Gridiron sports fans are famous for their love of statistics and trivia surrounding their sport. One bit of trivia they might not know, however, is that last season’s popular Facebook fantasy football app was developed in Karachi – a city known more for its chronic ethnic and sectarian bloodshed than football scraps.
The app, called Game Day Pick ‘Em, allows NFL devotees to pick teams and compare their results with friends and leading TV analysts. Game Day Pick ‘Em – a major hit in the US and quiet profitable for the start-up that created it – is just one example among many of a small but increasingly vibrant software industry here.
Long in the shadow of their more illustrious counterparts in India and East Asia, Pakistan’s software industry is today making strides thanks in part to the rise of mobile and social media-led gaming. And it’s a boon for the country’s fragile economy.
Pakistan’s IT industry’s global share is currently estimated at $2.8 billion (Rs 253.5 billion), according to the Pakistan Software Export Board, and that includes a global sales revenue of $1.6 billion (Rs 144.8 billion). Over 30 small studios, concentrated in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi, are now mainly devoted to developing games for Facebook or smart phones.
“With the surge of web-based and Facebook apps, the industry here really took off in 2008-2009 ... catering for the Western market,” says Ahmed Hashim, founder and CEO of Cynis media, which created the Game Day Pick ‘Em app. Cynis, which was founded in July 2010, now has 22 employees and counts websites like AskMen and Pizza Hut among its numerous foreign clients.
That’s a good thing for Pakistan, says Murad Akhter, CEO of Tintash, a start-up based in Lahore. He points out that because smart phones and tablets are relatively new platforms worldwide, “you’re not going to have a lot of people with a lot of experience working on mobile games or apps anywhere. So it levels the playing field and that allows us to compete.”
A TYPICAL SUCCESSFUL CEO: The profile of a typical successful CEO in Pakistan today is someone who has either studied at or spent time working in the US and, therefore, has a network of contacts within Silicon Valley, says video game developer and business journalist Jazib Zahir.
Mohsin Ali Afzal, the soft-spoken founder of We R Play in Islamabad, is one example. Afzal graduated with an MBA from Berkeley in 2008 and interned at LucasArts before returning home to start his company in August 2010.
“Having a Berkeley MBA helped. All the companies we’re working with are from San Francisco; you have the Bay Area connection. It adds a bit of credibility,” he says.
Operating from a converted warehouse in the outskirts of Pakistan’s capital, We R Play now has a staff of 35 employees, mostly under 30. Dressed casually in jeans and T-shirts, We R Play workers – almost half of whom are women – work in a laid back atmosphere reminiscent of the Silicon Valley start-ups they aspire to.
Desks are lined with action figures and sci-fi artwork, while the rec-room has a large Pakistani style lounge with traditional rugs and cushions, as well as a Table Tennis table.
When it comes to producing quality work, though, Afzal has proven his company is anything but lazy. Among their list of accomplishments, We R Play developed Gardens of Time for Disney subsidiary Playdom, which became Facebook’s most popular game in 2011.
CHALLENGES: Working in a politically and economically volatile country has its challenges.
“We’ve had days when we haven’t had electricity at all,” says Azfal, recalling the times before he could afford generators. “There have been days when the Internet hasn’t worked and we’ve had to go to coffee shops just to download our tasks.”
At other times, he adds, “There have been days when people haven’t been able to come in because the roads were blocked from protests. These are part and parcel of working in Pakistan.”
But the main challenge facing the industry is creating original content, says Zahir the business journalist.
Currently, these companies are doing outsourcing work for Western companies like back office coding and artwork. What gets more attention and generates more revenue is when businesses make original software and keep the rights to the intellectually property. That’s just starting to happen in Pakistan. Before Pakistan is recognised as a country producing original software, not just outsourcing services, that has to be stepped up, he says.
“Providing services bring in clients. It needs efficiency and you have to satisfy the clients. You do that by being efficient with your processes and meeting deadlines,” says Zahir. Creating new, original products, on the other hand, is trickier. “It’s less to do with efficiency and more to do with talent. It’s a much bigger risk.”
Apple’s app store and the Android Market provide a good forum for start-ups to take those risks. It’s a forgiving market driven by impulse buys, says Akhter, whose resume includes stints with Apple’s headquarters as well as with Microsoft. His company’s app Fish Frenzy, for example, has now seen over 2.5 million downloads.
“I think people are more open to taking risk than they were in the past and that’s a good development. Wherever you have start-up activity, you have innovation and that’s a really good sign for the country.”

http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2012...apps-are-made/
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Dell and Intel Open First Experience Store in Pakistan

Dell in partnership with Intel Pakistan has opened its first official display center in Pakistan where customers will be able to have a hands-on experience with Dell related products including Laptops, Desktop PCs, Servers and accessories.

In addition, walk in customers will also find Intel products such as processors.

Inauguration ceremony was attended by Dell Pakistan’s Country Manager Mr. Shahzad Aslam Khan, Intel Pakistan Country Manager Mr. Naveed Siraj, General Manager Dell South Asia Developing Markets Mr. Harjeet Rekhi as well as local business partners and loyal customers.

“Today, we are changing the way customers buy their technology products. The new store offers a range of products and solutions that can meet each customer’s unique requirements, said Shahzad Aslam Khan.

Naveed Siraj said, “We are glad to see a store in Pakistan that offers customer the right advice and choice when buying a new PC. The new store provides easy access to advanced technologies, while strengthening overall customer confidence when purchasing a new computer”.

The experience store is the first major channel in building direct contact with our customers, while strengthening our brand among a wider consumer base in Pakistan”, said Harjeet Rekhi.

Although, official display centers are quite common to find in other countries but this trend has just been started to excel in Pakistan after we have experienced couple of concept shops getting opened by Samsung, LG and other manufacturers.

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‘Knowledge Economy’: Government signs agreements with IT companies

Microsoft, Cisco, Hawaway, Oracle, Teradata and Transworld agree to help students.

After setting up computer labs in schools and distributing laptops, the government is now providing the youth access to multinational companies, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif said on Saturday.

Speaking at a function at the Arfa Software Technology Park, he said that agreements with these companies will help the youth in learning software programming.

“The government is launching an e-employment scheme with Microsoft for the students who received laptops,” he said. He announced that free Wi-Fi facilities will be provided to students at several educational institutions.

MoUs were signed with various companies to enhance cooperation in the IT sector. Microsoft has agreed to train students in internet-based self-employment methods. Cisco has agreed to set up the Cisco Network Academy. Hawaway Company has agreed to develop information and communication technology infrastructure development and build training facilities. Oracle has agreed to provide students training at an Oracle technology and certification facility.

Teradata has agreed to establish a development centre employing 200 people. Transworld Company has agreed to provide a fibre optic link to Arfa Software Park. Wateen has agreed to provide free Wi-Fi internet facilities to educational institutions in the province.
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‘Knowledge Economy’: Government signs agreements with IT companies

Microsoft, Cisco, Hawaway, Oracle, Teradata and Transworld agree to help students.

After setting up computer labs in schools and distributing laptops, the government is now providing the youth access to multinational companies, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif said on Saturday.

Speaking at a function at the Arfa Software Technology Park, he said that agreements with these companies will help the youth in learning software programming.

“The government is launching an e-employment scheme with Microsoft for the students who received laptops,” he said. He announced that free Wi-Fi facilities will be provided to students at several educational institutions.

MoUs were signed with various companies to enhance cooperation in the IT sector. Microsoft has agreed to train students in internet-based self-employment methods. Cisco has agreed to set up the Cisco Network Academy. Hawaway Company has agreed to develop information and communication technology infrastructure development and build training facilities. Oracle has agreed to provide students training at an Oracle technology and certification facility.

Teradata has agreed to establish a development centre employing 200 people. Transworld Company has agreed to provide a fibre optic link to Arfa Software Park. Wateen has agreed to provide free Wi-Fi internet facilities to educational institutions in the province.
way to go CM. Better late than never
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