Two memorandums of understanding on investment projects in the outsourcing sector were signed Thursday in Rabat between two ministries and two operators. They were initialed by the Minister of Digital Transition and Administrative Reform, Ghita Mezzour, the Minister of Industry and Trade, Ryad Mezzour, the Deputy CEO of Majorel Africa, Jean-Luc Bergel, and the president of Kolibri, Jean Lussier. Objective, creation of 3,000 new direct and stable jobs by 2027, with a total investment of more than 375 million dirhams. Majorel Africa, a subsidiary of the Majorel group, specializing in customer experience and business process outsourcing, intends to continue active development in Morocco, assured its managing director, adding that his company, present in Casablanca and Marrakech, aims to extend its activity to other regions of Morocco.
For his part, Lussier indicated that the Moroccan subsidiary of his company, recently created in Casablanca (Kolibri Technologies), aims to provide the necessary support for the parent company’s projects in Canada, in addition to ensuring proximity to European markets and customers from Morocco. Active in the fields of information technology, telecommunications, digital development and infrastructure, Kolibri has 20 years of experience and more than 750 active customers in around ten countries.