The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry and BMIT Technologies have renewed their Bronze Collaboration Agreement for a second term. The collaboration will pair BMIT Technologies with the Digital Transformation Committee to increase awareness within the local business community in matters related to the tech economy, data and cyber security amongst others.
Ahead of the signing, President of The Malta Chamber, Marisa Xuereb, emphasised the importance of digitalisation, so much so, that it plays a critical role as one of the pillars of The Chamber. “Digitalisation and the uptake of technological innovations are high on the agenda. Thus, we are extremely pleased to once again partner with BMIT, a leader within the local tech industry. Through their invaluable expertise, The Malta Chamber will continue spearheading the benefits of implementing digitalisation efforts within any business,” said President Xuereb.
“Higher agility, improved competitive advantage and lower operations costs are just some of the advantages that digital technology can provide when being implemented by businesses. We are certain that this collaboration will help the local business realise how essential digitalisation is,” noted Xuereb.
“Our partnership with The Malta Chamber is part of BMIT’s mission to advise and assist the business community. The Chamber offers the ideal platform to lead and help develop members on their digital transformation journey and this sponsorship gives us another opportunity to strengthen our partnership with the Chamber itself and Maltese businesses in general,” said Ing Christian Sammut, CEO at BMIT Technologies plc.
The Bronze Collaboration Agreement was signed by Marisa Xuereb and Christopher Vassallo Cesareo as President and Deputy President of The Malta Chamber, respectively, and Ing Christian Sammut, CEO at BMIT Technologies plc.