Thanks to some software development companies in Pakistan, there is a fast growing field. The government has launched a number of programs to encourage Pakistan to export specially to software development and software development companies. Pakistani software companies have started developing software for use in various business and services. Locally-made software packages are available for low-cost implementation in schools, hospitals, supermarkets and other businesses. Large control systems such as ERPs have also been developed to be used in large organizations that manufacture textiles, pharmaceuticals, food and beverages, etc. by some of the largest and leading software companies in Pakistan. Plus, the increasing use of Android smartphones, tablets and Apple iPads has boosted the mobile applications development industry. Even people with software companies can make this development easily, with very little investment as a personal computer and internet connection is a must. Educational institutions have also started offering diplomas and short courses in software and application development for youth.
As the government and software companies in Pakistan are battling a better future for the country’s IT community. There are still dark clouds that are feared by various software development companies in Pakistan. For example, since the introduction of 3G / 4G, broadband penetration in Pakistan has increased to 36.6 million. But still, a large number of the population is missing Internet services. Internet connection needs to be improved along with the quality of service. Obviously, education is one of the key factors that slow down the running of Pakistan’s best software companies. Even the best software companies in Pakistan have to select professionals from most countries. Obviously, important personalities can be kept abroad but not the entire staff.
Need to protect immovable assets, including inventions, ideas, software, designs and more. The judicial system needs to take some steps to protect property rights and the rights of consumers. Even countries’ top software companies sometimes fail to protect their intellectual property, and it has also been observed that top software companies take advantage of weak policies and persecute newcomers to the industry. Yet the digital payment system is on the rise. Apart from promoting, so many software companies in Pakistan have not come forward with some complete project. There is a need to develop a framework with legal provisions in the finance and banking system, to prevent potential abuse online and to foster trust among service providers and consumers. In Pakistan, research and development has always been a low priority sector in both the public and private sectors. Innovation in these areas is lacking and steps need to be taken to strengthen R&D in the ICT sector. Still, the rule of thumb is to slide the power points of some solid innovation into effective centers and technical parks and offer ideas for effective communication.
Among other issues, IT sector and software companies in Pakistan have also suffered a fatal blow to the World Economic Forum as the World Economic Forum’s Networked Readiness Index (NRI) provides four indicators to the environment for ICT. Based on the meaning of society. To use ICT, the actual use of all important stakeholders and that ICT produces in the economy and society.
The extent to which ICT affected citizens’ access to basic services dropped to 113 and Pakistan lost 15 points in the E-Partition Index, where the government adds citizens to online services.