Our consortium of offshore IT companies is located in Tunisia, key location to carry out our missions and support you in outsourcing your IT services

Tunisia is:

  •  11 million people in northern Africa on the southern shore of the Mediterranean
  •  Excellent business climate: TUNISIA ranked second in Africa with the best working environment according to the classification "African Countries of the Future 2013/2014”. The report "Doing Business 2016" ranks Tunisia in the 74th position among 189 countries for "ease of doing business”, on the head of the Maghreb countries.
  • Traditional destination for large German industrial groups (Leoni, Siemens, Continental ...).
  • An easily accessible country: One to 2 hours away from the European capitals (forty flights to Europe per day).
  • First Arab country where it is pleasant to live.

Infrastructure

Tunisia ranks 38th out of 189 countries for access to electricity. (Doing Business 2016)

Tunisia is the leader in North Africa and is the most welcoming country for IT and communications. (World Economic Forum, 2015)

Tunisia has one of the most advanced broadband infrastructures in the Mediterranean basin with backhaul and submarine broadband constituting an international gateway to the largest global networks.

  • 2988 fixed subscriptions VoIP
  • 127.7% penetration rate of mobile telephony,
  • 7.8% annual growth in outgoing voice traffic to mobile networks worldwide,
  • 50.7% of Internet penetration,
  • 507,000 subscriptions to ADSL.

Tunisia is ranked second Arab country in terms of renewable energy production. (International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), 2014)

Education

According to the Global Competitiveness Report 2014-2015 (World Economic Forum), Tunisia is ranked in the 32nd position among a total of 144 countries in terms of quality Didactic in math and science: at the head of the Maghreb countries and even ahead of developed countries and some emerging countries.

Main item of expenditure of the state, the education system in Tunisia, is free, accessible to all, and leads to:

  • 99% of enrollment,
  • 6528 educational institutions,
  • 200 universities,
  • 7% of GDP allocated to education,
  • More than 332,000 registrations in universities (2014/2015).

Competent and available resources

Tunisia ahead of several neighbouring countries ranks in 26th position according to the Global Competitiveness Report 2014-2015 (World Economic Forum), in terms of availability of scientists and engineers on the labour market. Indeed this country is a breeding ground of:

  • More than 70 000 new graduates each year, among them 5800 are engineers.
  • 35% of graduates in engineering, computer science, communications and other technical fields.
  • Over 1.000 training centres’ (public and private) providing training for 140,000 students in hundreds of specialties covering all economic sectors

Operations costs

Tunisia offers advantageous labour and production costs compared to Western Europe and North American countries. It is also very competitive compared to several Eastern European countries.
Tunisia is the country with one of the best quality / price ratio in terms of operating costs and human resources.

Legal framework favourable to investment

  • Tunisia has signed 52 double taxation agreements and 54 bilateral ones investment promotion and protection.
  • Tunisia has committed a turning point in its economic development policy by encouraging the participation of foreign partners in its investment efforts. The establishment of an offshore scheme, created in 1972, allowed foreign companies to increase and exceed the 3 200 companies providing more than 340,000 jobs and contributing to the upgrading of Tunisia in global values chains.
  • During 2014, foreign investment (all sectors) reached the amount of 1878 TND (Source: FIPA)