The Arabsoft company led by Mohamed Triki has won a major international tender for the redesign of the World Bank-funded Comoros Tax Information System, that saw the participation of international software publishers, particularly from Europe, Canada and Australia.
During the system deployment ceremony, Taha Triki, Commercial Director of Arabsoft presented the main features that the system will bring to Comoros. Arabsoft has been congratulated by several politicians.
With this success, Tunisia confirms that it remains an African exception in terms of ICT, a sector that accounts for 11% of GDP in 2018, which employs more than 12,000 graduate engineers every year, making Tunisia a top-notch publisher in Africa, with a net positive balance in terms of software exports.
If Tunisia seeks a new economic path, it is all traced, with Economy 4.0. This means that the economic break with the old model is already being used for the ICT sector to outpace tourism in terms of percentage and weight in GDP.