AMEL completed its Libya IT survey for 2013 and issued its final report to the organisations who participated in the study.
The study in the format of a comprehensive survey involved 58 IT related questions across strategy, processes, people and systems. Libya’s largest organisations in key sectors – Oil & Gas, Tele-communications, Utilities and Banking – took part in the study.
The study aims were to:
- Understand the current IT landscapes – strategy, processes, skills and technologies. Such understanding will help to baseline current IT issues in Libya and target the right areas for future IT improvements.
- Assess the maturity of the current IT departments in developing appropriate IT strategies and solutions taking into account the political, economic and technical changes.
- Identify the most common business wide applications and technologies currently used in Libya and assess the gaps in usage and coverage.
- Identify the key priorities and projects planned within these organisations over the next 12-24 months.
- Provide Libyan companies with guidance and recommendations for IT improvement based on the current status and need.
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