During the first seven months of the financial year 2021-22, Pakistan earned $1,486.890 million by delivering IT services abroad.
The Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) recorded a 32.63 percent increase over the same time in fiscal year 2020-21.
From July to January 2021-22, computer services exports climbed 33.77 percent, from $890.065 million to $1,190.600 million.
Among computer services, software consultancy exports increased 44.61 percent from $297.560 million to $430.309 million, while hardware consultancy exports increased 284.42 percent from $0.353 million to $1.357 million.
From $218.898 million to $311.431 million in export and import of computer software-related services, while repair and maintenance services exports increased from $0.299 million.
Also, other computer services exports climbed by 19.
70% from US$ 372.955 million to $446.733 million.
During the same year, the export of information services climbed by 29.05 percent, from $2.410 million to $3.110 million.
Exported news agency services climbed by 61.57% from $ 1.270 million to $2.052 million, while other information services declined by 7.19% from $1.140 million to $1.058 million.
During the year under review, telecommunication services exports increased by 28.23%, from $228.630 million to $293.180 million.
The export of contact centre services climbed by 50.20 percent over the time, from US $79.009 million to $118.669 million, while other telecommunication services increased by 16.64 percent, from US $149.621 million to $174.511 million, according to PBS statistics.