The Intellectual Property Rights office (IPR) provides the following services:
No, IPR office is only responsible to enforce of Intellectual Property Law 82 of 2002 concerning software and databases.
From Sunday to Thursday from 9 AM till 3.30 PM.
Simply, you can call our call center via 16248 then our representative will gladly answer your questions/inquiries.
Software Engineering Competence Center
You can call 16248 and choose SECC from the voice message,then you will be able to speak to a SECC representative or you can visit SECC website
Visit Order SECC Services and fill in a service request form.
SECC offers training, consultation , assessment in the below set of services:
Yes, as the sole ESTB Examination institute/Certification body for the ISTQB certificates, SECC offers the ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level (CTFL) and the ISTQB Certified Tester Advanced Level (CTAL).
Software Process Improvement for Small and Medium businesses is a yearly program SECC launches to help the Small and Medium businesses improve their Software development process. The program’s modules are derived from the SEI® CMMI® model. During the program, SECC consultants will provide you with a complete software development methodology, the Software Process Improvement Guide (SPIG) Product Suite that was driven from the main concepts of the CMMI® model of the SEI®. Utilizing this product suite and many years of customization experience from SECC expertise, you will be able to improve your software development process to increase profitability and consequently customer satisfaction.
The SPIG services are delivered over a span of eleven months in one bundle collectively to a group of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in projects regularly entitled “SPI for SMEs” Programs that SECC initiates at the beginning of every year.
Information Technology Academia Collaboration (ITAC)’s mission is to bring value to Egyptian ICT Industry by fostering collaboration between industry and academia aiming at developing R&D based innovative products and services that put Egyptian ICT companies in a leading position in the ICT market, both locally and internationally.
Proposals are accepted within submission windows of ITAC calls or rounds. The submission window is announced on ITAC webpage on ITIDA's website, along with the necessary guides and templates that need to be studied before the submission process.
The eligibility criteria and submission window for graduation projects are announced on ITAC webpage on ITIDA's website. An application form needs to be filled and submitted to process the graduation project fund request.
ITAC issues a number of publications that periodically updates the community with its activities and achievements. The most frequent of these publications is ITAC e-Newsletter posted on ITAC webpage and sent via e-mail to companies, universities, and individuals.
An ICT company cannot have two concurrent ITAC funded projects. However, it can submit a new proposal if the current funded project is approaching an end where the ICT company should return the due amount of “partial fund return” before receiving any further support from the program. Please visit Partial Fund Return Policy for more details.
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Situated on the outskirts of Cairo in the 600-acre modern business park Smart Village, the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) is dedicated to promoting, developing and growing Egypt’s information and communications technology industry with a particular focus on business process outsourcing. As a self sustainable agency, ITIDA plays a leading role in enhancing the Egyptian cyber security and data protection framework towards a more secure e-Business and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) services positioning.
To become a member of ITIDA you have to register in ITIDA's Database
One of the marked characteristics of the US$ 400 billion Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry globally over the last few years has been the evolution from cost to quality. As a comparatively new player in the market, Egypt has been able to emerge – with a strong value proposition - to take advantage of this new era in BPO.
To help achieve its aim of promoting Egypt within the ICT sector, ITIDA has established a new event strategy that will see it exhibiting at some of the world's leading industry events. The primary objective of this strategy is to raise awareness of what Egypt has to offer to local and multinational organizations and to showcase its dynamism as a world-class outsourcing location.
The main objectives of the program are:
Offers the opportunity for companies to participate under the Egyptian Pavilion in the most exposed and highly rated IT events around the world as part of the Egyptian delegation. Companies are offered a particular package to participate as exhibitors under ITIDA's auspices in a branded country pavilion in specific events. For more information about ITIDA's annual events calendar, please check the events section from the main webpage.
It is meant for a specific trade fair that is not included on ITIDA's annual collective events calendar, does not witness the participation of an Egyptian pavilion and/or is only targeted by a few number of companies due to various reasons. The "single intervention" service is designed to encourage IT companies to apply for the financial support and gain access to such specific events either in the local or international markets.
The "Business Trips" program is designed to encourage IT companies to gain more access to the international markets and engage with new clients aboard and even to maintain their relationship with their existing pool of clients outside the local market. This program applies to small and medium size companies with business travels or journeys to discuss business matters with clients or engage in any business-related activity while the travel costs are cited as one of the main cost burdens and obstacles for doing business for them.
The financial support offered by ITIDA starting from 2012 is directly related to the number of participations of the company in the event in question. In other words, ITIDA covers 80% of the total participation fees for first time participants and 70% for second time participants in the same event, 60% for third time in the same event, and 25% for the fourth time or more.
Companies participating in the events program should meet the following eligibility criteria:
In order to select the final participating companies, ITIDA applies the following criteria on all requested companies:
Each company at the end of the selection process will be granted a final score and companies are chosen according to the final scores and according to the required number of participants needed which varies from an event to another .
Registration for the collective events service is usually opened a couple of months before the event dates. Interested companies should check ITIDA's website on a regular basis for updated information about the registration dates. Also, companies registered on ITIDA's online database should receive email notifications with all the updates regarding the registration and available packages for the collective events service.
Interested companies can apply through the single intervention page:http://www.itida.gov.eg/En/Events/SingleIntervention/Pages/SingleIntervention.aspx
Interested companies can apply through the business trips page:http://www.itida.gov.eg/En/Events/Businesstrips/Pages/default.aspx
For any inquires regarding the events program please contact the events team through the following email address: email@example.com
Note: companies established under the Egyptian law in Free Zones in Egypt could be eligible under the program.
Note:- Company's programs exported should be registered in ITIDAIntellectual Property Rights (IPR) office.- Selling program licenses of other companies without any value added is not considered eligible for rebate under Export-IT program.
Note: The subsidy granted to the company should not exceed the amount indicated/mentioned in admission form to the program.
Notes:- Rebate amount (if approved) will be disbursed to eligible companies in EGP.- Rebate amount is NOT tax exempted.- Time frame for receiving complaints is maximum 2 weeks from date of rebate announcement.
The following is a brief list (details of documents requested are available in the program's Terms & Conditions document available on ITIDA's website)
Notes: In case the importer is an affiliate, sister company, has the same owner(s) ...etc, applying company should present contracts, invoices and bank statements evidencing export transactions with the end client.