Oracle invests massively in Morocco: A new era for tech in North Africa

Oracle invests massively in Morocco: A new era for tech in North Africa
Oracle invests massively in Morocco: A new era for tech in North Africa

Oracle recently announced a major investment in research and development (R&D) in Morocco, marking a significant expansion of its operations in the country. This financial and strategic commitment aims to increase the number of IT specialists to 1,000, mainly concentrated in a new R&D center in Casablanca, while expanding operations to other regions such as Agadir and northern Morocco.

Oracle’s decision to expand its presence in Morocco is supported by agreements with important government figures, including Ghita Mezzour, the minister of digital transition. This project aims to transform Morocco into a key digital hub for the region, by focusing on the development of advanced solutions in the fields of cloud computing, artificial intelligence, big data and cybersecurity. These technologies are planned for global application, strengthening Morocco’s role on the international scene in terms of technological innovation.

To enrich the analysis of this expansion, it is relevant to examine the economic and social impacts planned for Morocco, as well as how Oracle integrates these initiatives into its overall strategy. It is also crucial to assess the potential for job creation and local skills development, key factors for the success of such expansions in emerging markets.

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