We noticed you're blocking ads.

Keep supporting great journalism by turning off your ad blocker.

Questions about why you are seeing this? Contact us

Font Size

- Aa +

Sun 11 Feb 2001 04:00 AM

Font Size

- Aa +

Senior Microsoft exec talks e-commerce at local conference

Lorenzo Pengo, group manager of Microsoft’s EMEA Dot Com initiative, to present the impact of anyplace, anytime, any device business computing.

Microsoft will brief Middle East business managers on how it thinks the world should be dot.commed at major conference in Abu Dhabi this week. Microsoft EMEA Dotcom group manager Lorenzo Pengo will talk about Microsoft's digital architecture and the future of the Internet.The Middle East e-Business and IT Conference will be held in Abu Dhabi on Feb 12 and 13.“Online capabilities have evolutionized the way in which people do business globally and businesses in the Emirates are seeing an increasing move to electronic commerce,” says Pengo.“As regional Internet penetration increases, business operations will also move online, creating new business processes, and companies that start learning in this new environment today will be leaders in the future. Microsoft’s vision for the next generation Internet is to facilitate computing anytime, anyplace and on any device. We look forward to working with institutions like ADCCI in taking traditional businesses to new economic strengths by harnessing the potential of the Internet.”At the conference, Pengo will outline Microsoft’s vision and approach for e-commerce initiatives in the region and will drill down to Microsoft’s end-to-end platform offerings for the new regional digital economy. The conference is expected to be attended by high level ministers and delegates from the Middle East region who will share experiences on the demands on e-commerce, the impact of wireless technology on business, the opportunities and challenges in using e-business processes in the industry, strategies for making the best use of the e-marketplace and other related topics.

Arabian Business: why we're going behind a paywall

For all the latest business news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.
Real news, real analysis and real insight have real value – especially at a time like this. Unlimited access ArabianBusiness.com can be unlocked for as little as $4.75 per month. Click here for more details.

Read next