Asif Shaikh Aiming to make Pakistan an information technology (IT) hub and build capacity of IT industry to produce thousands of jobs for youth following vision of present government, first Digital Pakistan Conference is going to be held in the mid of April this year. National IT companies, academia and experts are ready to help federal and provincial governments especially in Sindh to achieve this goal for which every stakeholder should come up to join hands. This was shared by members of the Advisory Board of first Digital Pakistan Conference at a press briefing held to announce this first of its kind event. Conference is being organized on April 15, 2020 in Karachi by AMFCO Technologies in collaboration with IBA-CICT as academic partner and ISACA Karachi Chapter as supporting body. Other partners of this conference includes SmartStream, Infrasol, NDC / Temenos, DELL, Viper Technology, Dellsons Associates and few more from private and public sectors. Press Conference was addressed by Mr. Maroof Ayub, CEO – AMFCO Technologies, Mr. Khushnood Aftab, CEO – Viper Technology, Mr. Amin Ibrahim, Chairman – Dellsons Associates, Mr. Hussein Hassan Ali, President – ISACA Karachi & GM – Head of IT Audit at Habib Bank Limited (HBL), Mr. Rahim Ahmed, Director Business Development – Infrasol and Mr. Haider Devjianie, Consultant – NIFT. “We are striving to make Pakistan a digital country by supporting digitization actions. Digital economy is based on digital computing technologies, although we increasingly perceive this as conducting business through markets based on the internet and the world-wide web,” said advisory board members. Maroof Ayub said that following government vision, Digital Pakistan Conference will bring industry stakeholders, experts, academia and officials on a single platform to play our role in achieving this goal.