News : Egypt Ministries Ink Deal on Cloud Computing
July 14, 2014 -- Egypt's ministries of ICT and Supply and Internal Trade have signed an agreement to develop the technological infrastructure for the Ministry of Supply and the Internal Trade Development Authority (ITDA). The protocol will help implement ICT tools in all sectors to guarantee equitable distribution of goods and services.
The two-year protocol will see the ministry develop an integrated system of market information and trade statistics and studies.
The MCIT will help develop an automated application of follow-up and control to distribute supply commodities, provide a fleet management system, and support initiatives to increase productivity, like email, e-portal and a unified communications system among the Ministry and its affiliates.
The protocol also entails the establishment of a call centre to handle calls and complaints from the public.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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