WSA World Congress 2013 HOSTING PARTNER ICTA
With the great support of ICTA, WSA hosted the smartest and most creative e-Content producers in Colombo, Sri Lanka from October 23-26, 2013.
Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is an increasingly powerful tool for participating in global markets, promoting political accountability, improving the delivery of basic services and enhancing local development opportunities. However, without an innovative ICT strategy many people will be left behind. The Information and Communication Technology Agency (ICTA) of Sri Lanka is the single apex body involved in ICT policy and direction for the nation. Wholly owned by the Government of Sri Lanka, ICTA is the implementing organization of the e-Sri Lanka Initiative. Major donors including the World Bank will be funding a number of the Agency’s initiatives.
WSA World Congress 2013 PARTNER M-U-T Austria
With the great support of M-U-T Austria WSA hosted the smartest and most creative e-Content producers in Colombo, Sri Lanka from October 23-26, 2013.
M-U-T is a manufacturing company that undertakes in-house development, planning, design, production, delivery, assembly and commissioning of machinery and plant in the local authority vehicle, water and waste water treatment, materials handling technology and environmental technology sectors.
The company based in Stockerau, Austria, operates on an international scale. M-U-T recently finished a water purification plant in Sri Lanka, operates schools for ecological awareness in China, and constructs compost works in Bulgaria, Poland and Romania. They also provide educational training for projects for professional development and currently employ 15 apprentices.
WSA World Congress 2013 PARTNER BMWFJ
With the great support of the BMWFJ WSA hosted the smartest and most creative e-Content producers in Colombo, Sri Lanka from October 23-26, 2013.
Austrian Ministry for Economy and Labour offers information, counselling and support to the people in the areas of economy and labour, and aims to strengthen the outlook and the belief in the public administration by effective engagement. The Ministry safeguards legal security, objectivity and quality. Its work is marked by competence deriving from education, creativity and engagement as well as by mutual respect on all layers and the assurance of adequate labour conditions for all workers.
The Ministry works actively on the creation of an optimal framework for the Austrian economy and the affirmation of Austrian position in the global competition.
It fosters social equality through the support of balance of interests between employers and employees, the assurance of protection of the rights of employees, and thus contributes to the active employment policy aiming at full employment.
With the great support of Bahrain eGovernment Authority WSA hosted the smartest and most creative e-Content producers in Colombo, Sri Lanka from October 23-26, 2013.
The Kingdom of Bahrains eGovernment strategy is focused on ensuring the effective delivery of government services to citizens, residents, businesses and visitors (collectively, our customers). Their target is to be the leader in eGovernment in the GCC and at least 5th best in Asia by 2010
The overal aim is to improve the lives of a nations citizens by doing much more than simply implementing technology.
This involves a broad range of responsibilities and activities by multifunctional and multidisciplinary teams across the country, along with the strong leadership needed to implement them. In addition it involves addressing many challenges, both internal and external. These include dealing with legislative, regulatory and budgetary barriers, evolving common technical frameworks and infrastructure, ensuring a common vision, providing leadership at many levels, strengthening coordination, improving collaboration, clarifying public-private partnerships and monitoring and evaluating progress and results on an ongoing basis.
This vision can be achieved and the challenges addressed only through strong leadership, which can speed up the process of eGovernment implementation, promote coordination within and among agencies and help reinforce good governance objectives. All eGovernment success stories around the world share common features: leadership, political will, commitment to clear goals and accountability. Any country that combines these characteristics has the potential to achieve effective eGovernment leadership. They can be attained only through an agency that has the span of control and depth of capabilities to guide the country. Therefore just such an agency is imperative for the successful implementation of eGovernment in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
With the great support of Deutsche Telekom WSA hosted the smartest and most creative e-Content producers in Colombo, Sri Lanka from October 23-26, 2013.
The company is consistently opening up growth areas and is increasingly developing into a multiple product company. In traditional telephone business, the focus is on stabilizing fixed-network and mobile revenue and continuing with successful business models. In addition, the innovation and growth areas initiated back in 2010 are being further developed: mobile Internet, the connected home, Internet offerings, T-Systems, cloud services, and intelligent networks for energy, healthcare and automotive.
Deutsche Telekom offers a broad range of communication, entertainment and IT services from a single source both for consumers and business customers. The solid foundation for this offering is and will continue to be a state-of-the-art network infrastructure. Deutsche Telekom's objective is to be its customers' first choice for connected life and work. In order to achieve this, the company has chosen to focus on four strategic areas:
Integrated networks for the gigabit society
More innovation by cooperation
Secure cloud solutions
Customer delight drives our action