Our Modern and Revolutionized World is sharply divided by a technology boundary that separates the technologically advanced countries from the technologically backward ones. The former has been able to use their scientists and engineers for rapid economic growth, whereas the so-called developing countries (which in reality are not developing at all) are relegated to the role of consumers of technological products. They become almost totally dependent on the advanced countries for most of their needs, be they chemicals, pharmaceuticals, engineering goods, transportation equipment, or defense equipment. In the process, more and more funds from developing countries are being transferred to developed countries, raising the level of poverty in developing countries.
Pakistan became an integral part of tech world in recent year
Pakistan is a country which has recently flourished a lot on Technological ground. In the science and technology domain, Pakistan has launched diverse academic programs, which besides inculcating theoretical knowledge in the knowledge seekers, is focusing on practical outcomes of that proficiency. All these efforts became fruitful and Pakistan remained successful in becoming a big name in the technological field.
Top IT companies from Pakistan
With the advancement in Information technology, several software houses and IT companies have shown up. With tremendous efforts, some of these companies, named, Netsol, Ovex Technologies, TRG TECH, TechAbout, Macrosoft, Systems Limited, KalSoft Techlogix, Q-Soft Technologies and Quixel became successful in maintaining their names among the top 10 IT companies of Pakistan. These companies offer different services and expertise in fields of Software Quality Assurance, Software Project Management, Data Management, Data Analysis, Information security systems, data security frameworks as well as business and financial consultancy. Quixel is all about bringing artistry and speed back to next-gen workflows. Whether you work in films, games, or visualization, create hyper-realistic or stylized art with the world’s largest scan library, one-click integrations, and rapid material creation. Megascans, Bridge, and Mixer help you shape the future of 3D graphics.
Women in tech from Pakistan are making a change
Tech has always been a predominantly male industry, however, Women belonging from either developed or developing nations are constantly motivated to pursue careers in science and technology. The topmost priority of the modern world is to ensure gender equality and somehow encourage young girls and women to select careers in science. Quite a lot of women from Pakistan have made remarkable achievements in this field. The youngest Microsoft Certified Professional, Arfa Karim is still remembered to date as a genius. She passed away in 2012 but left her mark for other women and young girls to follow. Her courage and commitment have been a ray of hope to many.
Asma Zaheer is a Pakistani computer scientist who became the proud recipient of the International Business Machine Corporation prestigious award¸ Best of IBM 2019. She is also the first Pakistani computer scientist to have received the honor from IBM. Asma Zaheer has an undergraduate degree from Punjab University and a Masters in software engineering from the National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences. Her core area ensues analytics, cloud computing and cognitive computing systems.
Pakistan is tax free when it comes to software export
Pakistan is providing expertise in the field of information technology at quite affordable and economical expenses. According to clause 133 of the 2nd Schedule of the Income Tax Ordinance 2001, income from exports of computer software or IT services or IT-enabled services shall be exempt from tax.