Systems Limited becomes a Corporate Member of the Commonwealth Business Council (CBC) this year. With this, it seeks to strengthen its efforts in the achievement of its broader goal of stimulating investments and employment opportunities in Pakistan.
Online PR News – 20-February-2014 – Karachi/Sindh – Systems Limited became a privileged corporate member of the Commonwealth Business Council (CBC) this year.
Marking this important event, Asif Peer - CEO, Systems Limited remarked, “It is yet another milestone in the history of Systems Limited to become a part of the Commonwealth Business Council as this will provide us with an opportunity to represent Pakistan’s IT sector in the Commonwealth events globally.” He added, “We look forward to facilitating Commonwealth Business Council achieve its objectives of creating new business opportunities, promoting good governance and Corporate Social Responsibility, and integrating the developing countries like Pakistan into the global market.”
Since its establishment in 1997, Commonwealth Business Council has played a prominent role in building bridges between the emerging and the developed markets, as well as between privately held business and governments sectors.
Systems Limited shares the same perspective, and likewise, it has been striving to achieve the social and economic empowerment over the years. Leveraging upon this opportunity and, through its intellectual property and ideas, Systems Limited envisions stimulating investments and creating quality employment opportunities in Pakistan.
About Systems Limited:
Systems Limited is the leading technology enabled service provider having a rich global experience of serving Fortune 500 companies. Since its inception in 1977, Systems Limited has been providing technology solutions to a cross section of sectors including the Government, Banking, Retail, Insurance, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Distribution, and Textile, enabling them to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. For more information, visit www.systemsltd.com or call 021 34549385-7.