Pakistan exports $10 million of mobile apps per month

Asra Rizwan Written by Asra Rizwan · 42 sec read>
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Recently released statistics by Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB) reveals Pakistan is exporting $10 million of applications each month. The growth of applications export has been rigorously fuelled by the increased penetration of high-speed mobile internet.

Competing in the global market, local companies are striving hard to deliver their expertise to serve international clients. In a healthy competition, our local software houses and freelancers are producing high-quality work, catering to the global audience and bringing foreign exchange to the country. The Chief Executive Officer, SI Global Solutions believes:

“Local developers in Pakistan are skillful and talented enough to meet global requirements when it comes to designing mobile applications for foreign clients, this trend needs to be pushed up since the business of foreign clients is attractive in terms of values and knowledge acquisition.”

The Pakistani software industry has experienced a massive boost in mobile application development. Young developers and innovators are setting up their software houses catering to the mass needs of mobile apps locally and globally as well. The competition can flourish more if local developers and software houses initiate developing applications for smart wearable devices that are now attracting users across the world.

Source: Daily Pakistan

Written by Asra Rizwan
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