Advanced Computer Technology eyes business volume of 800 mln Egyptian pounds in 2017

Egypt’s Advanced Computer Technology (ACT) has achieved y-o-y growth rates of 25 percent in 2016, bringing the company’s total business volume to 560million Egyptian pounds ($3.3 million), senior marketing manager Hazem Mansi said Thursday.

Mansi added that ACT’s business portfolio with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) increased by 20 percent during 2016 compared to last year.

ACT is seeking to increase its volume of businesses during 2017 to reach 800million pounds, Mansi added.

The Egyptian official further said that his company also aims to develop and increase its portfolio with HPE through its strategy for 2017, which focuses on innovative technological solutions that represent an added value for ACT’s customers.

ACT has been recently received the Best Partner award by Aruba for its outstanding performance in growing the business and its role in national and strategic projects carried out in Egypt in 2016. This took place in a big ceremony HPE organised in honor of long and fruitful partnerships with iconic tech companies.

Established in 1988, ACT supplies the Egyptian market with the latest information and communication technology (ICT) solutions.