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"We have great ambitions for Morocco at the heart of our Rightshore strategy. Many French companies we work with have been impressed by the quality of our teams and our excellent infrastructure in terms of security and scalability in Casanearhsore."

Jean-Philippe Bol - CEO of Capgemini Technology Services France


"Choosing Dell to come to Morocco was done mainly for operational cost reasons. Dell wanted to develop a service center (initially in sales and after sales to the French market) and to minimize its costs among the possible destinations such as Vietnam, Romania and other sub-Saharan countries, Dell chose Morocco."

Othmane Serraj - CEO DELL Morocco

CGI (Logica)

"CGI Morocco is a major element in the growth strategy of the CGI Group. The operations performed in Morocco are an integral part of our delivery model and are responsible for end to end outsourcing services. Our center in Morocco is certified CMMI Level 3."

Mohammed Lakhlifi - CEO  Logica Morocco

Everest Institute Global

"Casanearshore Technopolis is second to none on the African continent. The redundancy of the fiber optic telecom services provides a level of safety comparable to those obtained in Europe, well beyond what can be in Tunisia for example."

Shyan Mukerjee - Senior Analyst - Everest Global Institute

Web Help

"Morocco has become a competitive destination in terms of quality and costs of outsourcing customer relationship. In Morocco, the quality of human resources enables us to meet the requirements of our customers very competitive prices."

Dirk van Leeuwen - CEO - MOROCCO WEBHELP

Sofrecom Morocco

"The limitation to 20% of income taxes offer an added value to Sofrecom Services. Morocco, which employs 75% of engineers graduating from the best Moroccan schools ... This allows us to remain competitive while maintaining a high level of quality and provide our customers with unique services in terms of software development on the CMMI model."

Jean-Louis Richard - President - Sofrecom Morocco

Global Services

"A strong law for the protection of intellectual property, major economic reforms, privatization programs, a desire to build lasting relationships with trade and investment, a young workforce and qualified (having good knowledge of French and Spanish), reliable telecommunications infrastructure, competitive operational costs, Morocco has everything in hand to attract the largest multinationals."

Keerthi Nair - Consultant - Global ServicesKeerthi Nair - Consultant - Global Services