Bangladesh’s United Commercial Bank signs Microsoft Enterprise Agreement

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Bangladesh’s one of the private banks United Commercial Bank (UCB) Limited has signed an agreement with Tech One Global (Pvt.) Ltd for Microsoft Enterprise Agreement on September 20, 2016, at UCB corporate office in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh.

Through this agreement, Tech One Global (Pvt.) Ltd will provide the best value that will give UCB the flexibility to buy original software licenses. Tech One Global will also offer top-notch solutions to UCB to further develop their IT infrastructure with cutting edge technologies which will boost UCB’s performance and efficiency.

The outcome of this agreement will assist UCB in quickly responding to the rapidly changing technological sector as the company will have seamless access to the latest technologies of Microsoft.


License management can be easily streamlined with this single organisation-wide agreement with the help of Tech One Global, which has been an award winning technology company for the last 5 years.

Muhammed Ali, Managing Director of UCB; Wasantha Weerakoone, Chief Operating Officer of Tech One Global; Lahiru Munindradasa, Country General Manager of Tech One Global, and Sonia Bashir Kabir, Managing Director of Microsoft Bangladesh Limited, were present at the signing ceremony along with other senior officials of the three companies.

At the Signing Ceremony, Wasantha Weerakoone, Chief Operating Officer, Tech One Global (Pvt.) Ltd said, “Our team at Tech One Global always strive to provide the best solutions to our customers and we are willing to go an extra mile to bring in efficient solutions, with the help of Microsoft products along with our very own company solutions, in order to match Bangladesh’s aim for technological advancement.”

Muhammed Ali, Managing Director of UCB, added, “United Commercial Bank Limited is always keen to ensure skills along with best customer service with the implementation of state of the art IT system so the bank stays on the top position in the constantly changing banking arena.”

Sonia Bashir Kabir, Managing Director of Microsoft Bangladesh Limited, said, “Many factors have come into play due to the advancement of technologies around the world and we aim to be one step ahead to help companies reach maximum efficiency levels. Since technology plays a critical role in realizing the full potential of a company our drive is to help companies reach the pinnacle of proficiency. With the government’s vision to take the country’s IT sector to the next level of advancement, we, at Microsoft Bangladesh Limited continue to be committed to building an interactive and booming local IT ecosystem by encouraging and supporting partners like Tech One.’

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