Cairo – The Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunication has technically accredited the TAG Accountant Program to take part in the localization initiative (Tawteen) for the automation of 400 thousand retailers throughout Egypt’s application companies, after completing the required technical evaluation of the initiative, considering that the Program was registered at the Intellectual Property Protection Office–Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA).
The Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunication in cooperation with the Digital Economy and Technology General Division (DETGD) and ITIDA launched an initiative to automate retailers in various Egyptian governorates companies specialized in developing applications and providing technical support and training with technical solutions targeting small retailers who wish to benefit from logistic and marketing support to boost their businesses.
Meanwhile, Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Information Technology acquired the technical approval for TAG Accountant Program; a set of integrated financial and business accounting systems for small and medium-sized enterprises with an easy-to-use accounting tool, multiple languages, various users and currencies, in addition to its ability to be connected to other programs and databases.
It is worth mentioning that the TAG Accountant Program was developed internally by a group of TAG-ITI experts to facilitate the development and modification processes, if required, to accommodate business needs of companies and users, in addition to the availability of a technical support team around the clock.
It should be also noted that Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Information Technology International (TAG-ITI) is a global IT firm, specialized in developing all types of electronic systems, in coordination with Talal Abu-Ghazaleh for Technology (TAGTech). In view of that, TAGTech manufactures technological devices through its production lines, established in the Arab Republic of Egypt, in partnership with the Arab Organization for Industrialization (AOI) with the aim of producing software and devices developed by Egyptian experts and investments.