LAHORE - Pakistan has the potential to outpace a number of its neighbours in IT exports by providing facilities to its entrepreneurs attached with this sector. This was stated by the LCCI Senior Vice President Sheikh Mohammad Arshad while speaking at the inauguration of the LCCI Web Development class here on Wednesday. The LCCI Vice President Sohail Azhar, Executive Committee member Ibrahim Qureshi and former EC member Sardar Usman Ghani also spoke on the occasion. Sheikh Muhammad Arshad said that Pakistan could bridge the development gap in the shortest time by excelling in Information Technology. He said that years long governance issues could also be resolved in matter of minutes through proper utilization of Information Technology. He said that the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry was giving special attention towards the IT sector to achieve the goal of progress and prosperity. He said that India was making huge money software export to the developed world but unfortunately Pakistan was still far behind despite having marvalous talent. Sheikh Muhammad Arshad said that the development of entrepreneurs was one of the prime tasks of the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and industry so that they could be able to present themselves and their products in the international market in a winsome manner. He said that the LCCI IT courses would strengthen Pakistani entrepreneurs in the international market and they would be able to sell their products with new confidence. He said that apart from conducting IT-related courses, the LCCI was also conducting language courses at its premises and the vary objective was to enable the business community to express itself in the other countries.