Microsoft Pakistan has unveiled Microsoft Innovation Centre at Arfa Software Technology Park in Islamabad.
Microsoft said that establishment of MIC Lahore was collaborated with Government of Punjab.
Microsoft Innovation Centres are state-of-the-art technology facilities built to foster innovative research, technological development and provide software solutions to a plethora of government, academic and industrial stakeholders. Globally, there are more than hundred such facilities available for IT and non-IT personnel to develop their skills and showcase their talent on a universal platform.
Developers, students, entrepreneurs, freelancers, academic researchers, technology enthusiasts can walk into MIC Lahore to start using the state-of-the-art services, devices and tools provided by Microsoft.
Under this initiative, different programs are geared to provide development and progress to diverse segments of the knowledge-based economy. The Skills Development program focuses on intellectual capital and polishes the IT-skills of people through technical and business courses for local ICT companies.
Microsoft North Africa, Eastern Mediterranean and Pakistan General Manager Sayed Hashish also said our collaboration with the government of Punjab, we are now providing access to world-class resources for software developers, IT professionals, students, academics and entrepreneurs in Pakistan.
More details on Microsoft Innovation Centres can be availed from here.
Check below the pictures of MIC Lahore (Courtesy Facebook page of Shahbaz Sharif)