Senior Minister Yaw Osafo Marfo observed that the use of technology to do business has come to a standstill in both the private and public sectors.
On Tuesday, September 29, in a speech read on his behalf during the 2nd Results Fair, he said the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in Ghana brought new, modern and effective ways of doing business in record time.
He said the oil-producing West African nation has not relented in the fight to win the war since Ghana reported the first cases of the latest covid-19 in March 2020.
“Gradually,” he said, “the country is changing and developing, particularly in the delivery of public services, from conventional ways of doing things.”
In reaction to the prevailing global scenario, governments and most public organizations have had to be creative and strategic in the use of technology.’
“As we term it now, they need to transition to the current standard. As usual, industry should not be overemphasized.”
By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana