The actors of the ecosystem mobilized to succeed in the digital shift

State as well as private sector actors have now become aware of the need to support the digital transformation which has become a must for all organizations in order to ensure their growth, or even their existence. This is the message conveyed by the speakers at the first edition of the Digital Transformation Forum, organized on Tuesday by Orange, Huawei and AOB Group, in partnership with the Association of Information Systems Users (Ausim), Finatech Group and Morocco SMEs.

More than two years after the transition to digital imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, the question should no longer be asked. Digital transformation is an economic, societal and governance issue, which cannot succeed without “holistic, consolidated, synchronized and user-centered collaboration”, says the secretary general of the Ministry for the Digital Transition and the reform of the administrative, Ahmed Laamoumri.

The official, who was speaking at the opening of the first edition of the Digital Transformation Forum, said that his department is preparing “an integrated digital transition policy aimed in particular at establishing a digital society and economy. “. integrated and inclusive allowing the national production of adapted digital content with an educational, social and cultural vocation”. The objective is to stimulate a global dynamic of membership capable of reducing the current digital divide, by federating the efforts of public and private actors.

“Today, more than in the past, the public policies of our countries must take advantage of the development potential offered by digital technology as a lever for economic take-off, the competitiveness of all actors in society and creation. value,” he assured. A challenge that requires the development of a real synergy between the public and private sectors, technology suppliers and professional associations and groups.
Same story with the Director General of Orange Morocco, Hendrick Kasteel, who stressed that “this pandemic has taught us that the digital tool is essential for the resilience of public or private organizations so that they adapt to it. face difficult situations and absorb them so that they resist and remain agile”. And to add that digital is an extraordinary tool for development across the country, the digital economy being an essential lever for growth.

A matter of business survival

Small or large, digital brings to each organization capacities to enable it to perform and succeed. This tool changes the way of operating, with transformations at all levels with the watchwords of agility, innovation, performance and data capitalization. The challenges of digital transformation for companies also lead to the transition to a new organizational culture that calls on both collective intelligence and artificial intelligence.
“For many organizations, the choice of digital transformation is motivated by the reduction of the costs of their operations and the improvement of their revenues. Transferring data to public, private, or hybrid cloud environments results in significant operational cost savings, as it eliminates the cost of hardware and IT programs and frees up resources to work on other projects. This transition also makes it possible to strengthen the agility and productivity of organizations, to offer a better customer experience and to improve the collection and processing of information for better decision-making,” observes Hendrick Kasteel.
Indeed, the transition to the Cloud is now a necessity and a prerequisite for organizations wishing to ensure their resilience and continue their development. A practice that is confirmed, according to Madiha Ouafiq, department head of the Promotion of digitalization within Maroc PME. “Covid-19 has changed the way we do things and our habits as consumers. At the risk of disappearing, companies had to make this digital shift. In recent years, requests for support from companies mainly concern digital technology and this proportion is only increasing,” she noted.
Data management, Cloud architecture, legal environment… the first edition of the Digital Transformation Forum was also marked by several highlights. The goal is to exchange good practices and new opportunities with the different ecosystems and to accelerate the disruptive dynamics that emerged during the pandemic by supporting Moroccan companies to succeed in their digital transformation.

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Orange and Huawei sign two partnership agreements

On the sidelines of the first edition of the Digital Transformation Forum organized on Tuesday June 7, 2022 in Casablanca, Orange and Huawei signed two partnership agreements. The first concerns the strengthening of ICT skills among new recruits of the telecom operator, while the second concerns the sharing of experiences between the two entities for the development of innovative ICT solutions at the service of Moroccan companies.

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Three questions for Chakib Achour, Strategy Director of Huawei Morocco

“We intend to launch a support program for start-ups soon”

Huawei Morocco co-organizes the first edition of the Digital Transformation Forum. Why this choice in the current economic climate?
This Forum is intended as a platform for exchange with Moroccan partners and customers to share technological innovations, the latest use cases that we are in the process of setting up in different fields, whether in industry 4.0 or fintech. Today, these subjects have become a reality for Morocco. The Kingdom has developed a strong automotive industry which can scale towards Industry 4.0 along the same lines as agriculture etc. On the sidelines of this forum, Huawei will present innovations live from the Group’s headquarters in Shenzhen to show use cases and innovation experiences, whether in telemedicine, agriculture or Fintech.

The group is the major equipment manufacturer in the ICT sector in Morocco. How do you support Moroccan companies in their digital transformation?
Huawei supports the digital transformation of Moroccan companies by making expertise available to our partners in different sectors. Moreover, we recently organized the “Huawei Morocco Intelligent Finance Summit”, where we shared with our customers the latest use cases in this sector. We also showed, in a concrete way, the use cases of technologies in various fields during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona at the end of February.

In recent years, you have launched several programs for the transfer of ICT skills and the training of Moroccan digital talents. What is the impact of this approach in the digital transformation at the national level?
Last year, we trained more than 6,000 talents. Today, we are partners with 50 universities and higher education establishments and we have more than 1,500 certified talents. These certifications constitute passports for employment. We are also partners in the initiative led by the Digital Development Agency, “Digital Academy”, for the training not only of students, but also for civil servants and people who wish to operate a transformation in their careers. Finally, we intend to launch, soon, a support program for startups to support Moroccan entrepreneurs.

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Three questions for Fayssal Soulaymani, Marketing & B2B Sales Support Director at Orange Morocco

“We will soon set up a support platform by sector of activity and by target”

Orange Morocco is co-organizing the first edition of the Digital Transformation Forum. Why this choice in the current economic climate?
We are currently organizing this Forum because today, more than ever, we have understood that digital transformation is a real opportunity to develop and guarantee resilience and continuity in the face of crises. We saw that very quickly during the pandemic. Today, we are taking advantage of this recovery to share experiences and best practices with our partners and customers for a successful digital transformation.

You have chosen to place this first edition around the exchange of good practices and new opportunities for success. How do you support Moroccan companies in their digital transformation?
Orange Morocco supports companies through advice, reflection and understanding of their needs.
We bring them our solutions, our support and our expertise to meet their needs in a concrete way. Through this Forum, we have been inclusive by bringing together all the players in the ecosystem: economic operators, integrators and solution providers, some of whom are our partners, such as Huawei Morocco with whom we have just signed two partnership.

How will this partnership with Huawei impact the digital transformation process at the national level?
Today, two giants are joining forces to implement actions, programs and solutions to support customers.
On the signing of agreements which relate both to a joint effort in favor of the digital transformation of companies, but also to a training program to improve digital skills and increase expertise in this field.
These agreements constitute the foundation of a platform, which will materialize thereafter, in particular with specific support actions
by domain, by sector of activity and by target.




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