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eAswaaq Misr signs an MoU with Schneider Electric to cooperate in digitizing business processes on the sidelines of the COP27

eAswaaq Misr, signed an MoU with Schneider Electric Egypt, a pioneer in digital automation and energy management, on the sidelines of the participation of EFIG in the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP27, in a way that supports Egypt’s efforts towards digital transformation for a sustainable environment. According to the signing, eAswaaq Misr agreed to display and market all “Schneider Electric” products on the Aswaaq Misr platform for distribution and commercial sale, targeting new markets locally and internationally. In addition to establishing the Schneider Electric official online store in all its sectors on the platform to distribute and sell all its products through the electronic platform of eAswaaq Misr.

The protocol also includes the presentation of various electronic financing programs, provided by various financing agencies and institutions, in addition to providing national financing initiatives to suppliers and customers of Schneider Electric in accordance with the established regulations. The partnership agreement was signed by Mr. Islam Maamoun, CEO of eAswaaq Misr, and Mr.Sebastien Riez, Northeast Africa & Levant Cluster President of Schneider Electric, in the presence of Mr. Ibrahim Sarhan, Chairman of EFIG.

This agreement came in light of the high-tech infrastructure owned by eAswaq Misr according to the latest international standards, the company has extensive experience in the field of building and operating electronic markets, most notably the Aswaaq Misr e-commerce platform for both businesses and consumers, in line with Schneider Electric Egypt and its leadership in the process of digital automation and energy management in homes, buildings, data centers, infrastructure and industries within Egypt and the world, and its endeavor to be the digital partner for sustainability and efficiency.

Mr.Islam Maamoun stressed that the cooperation with Schneider Electric Egypt represents a strong push on the road to digital transformation to support sustainable development in Egypt.

Mr.Sebastien Riez said that the company is proud of its partnership with eAswaaq Misr and is confident in achieving further progress.

Mr. Ibrahim Sarhan said that the group and all its projects always support the trend towards a green economy and provide all means and mechanisms of digital transformation that supports sustainable development.

Islam Mamoun, CEO of eAswaaq, one of EFIG’s subsidiaries, revealed that the company has completed the first model in the mechanization process at the National Museum of the Egyptian Civilization, which has received great success since it’s opening, noting that it has also been applied in the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir and electronic gates are currently being added in preparation for their launch by the Minister of Tourism

Mamoun added that the company is also currently working on completing the 9 sites within the first phase of the project in “Hurghada, Sharm El-Sheikh, Islamic, Coptic, Haram, Citadel, and Saqqara” to be completed before the end of the year, and start mechanization in Luxor and then Aswan, provided that the development operations are fully completed within 7 months.

The project allows Egyptian and foreign visitors to book tickets for tourist attractions, museums and archaeological sites online and pay using credit cards or wallets via mobile, in addition to organizing access to these attractions through printed tickets, magnetic cards or through the use of a QR code on mobile devices.

He pointed out that the “Experience Egypt” application, which is being launched in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism, is currently being completed and expected to be launched during the beginning of the last quarter of this year, as it allows it’s user to obtain the necessary information about Egypt and the sites that can be visited, as well as the possibility of booking tickets through it.

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