- An internet network covering the entire country, accessible through 11 internet service providers (6 public and 5 private).
- Access to international bandwidth of 62 Gbytes/s.
The first technological park dedicated to ICT in Tunisia and North Africa, was Elgazala Technoprk, which began its activities at the end of the Nineties. It accommodates over 90 companies employing 1650 people including 98% who are graduates. It also exports 75% of site production.More details
A network of cyber parks dedicated to on-line services covers the entire republic. This network consisted of 15 cyber parks and more are planned.More details
The Service of company constitution allows to make online the formalities required for companies incorporationAccess to service
Tunisie TradeNet (TTN) was set up to streamline foreign trade transactions. It is an IT network that links the different stakeholders in Tunisia involved in foreign trade transactions. These include customs and other Government agencies, the Central Bank and other banks, technical monitoring services, sea-shipping port authorities, maritime and air freight carriers, transporters, logistics and handling companiesAccess to service
- ICT and more particularly the software industry, services and multimedia stand out as the main focus of Tunisia’s ICT development strategy.
- The sales turnover of Tunisian software firms recorded an average growth of 16% during the last 5 years.
- Tunisia showed a significant interest in the development of ICT with concrete support to the development of the private sector, the environment, infrastructure and the legislative framework. Indeed, a set of incentives was set up and promoted Tunisia as a favorable site for the development of ICT.
- Tunisia was one of the first Mediterranean countries to have set up specific ICT sector legislation, as a result, Tunisia was ranked thirtieth globally by the World Economic Forum in the category “Existence of laws related to the use of information technologies” ahead of some Northern countries.
Testimonies ans success stories
- More than 50,000 students enrolled in ICT training – representing approximately 14% of the student population.
- More than 9.500 ICT graduates per year.
- More than 200 ICT training specializations within more than 50 public and private higher education institutions.
Davos Economic Forum on Communication Technologiesin its 2012 report, has ranked Tunisia.