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Microsoft says ready to help Armenia implement its digital agenda

Digital Armenia

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PanARMENIAN.Net - Microsoft is ready to help Armenia implement its digital agenda, general manager of Microsoft CIS Ronald Binkofski said at a meeting with prime minister Karen Karapetyan on Friday, September 1.

According to Karapetyan, the government is now in the process of developing a digital strategy for a sharp increase in services provided electronically.

The prime minister said that the Digital Armenia fund was raised for this very purpose, and that the government is ready to move forward and cooperate with Microsoft.

Binkofski, in turn, stressed the company's readiness to assist Armenia to this end and make use of the extensive experience that Microsoft has accumulated throughout the many years of its operation.


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