eGeneration Limited, Licensing Solutions Partner (LSP) of Microsoft Bangladesh has recently signed an agreement with Dutch Bangla Bank Limited(DBBL), to provide Microsoft solutions to the bank. The agreement was signed at a program at DBBL’s head office in Motijheel in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Monowar Hossain Khan, Chief Business Development Officer, eGeneration Group and Emdadul Haque, Head of IT, DBBL signed on behalf of their respective organizations in their presence.
Sayem Ahmed, Chairman, DBBL; Shameem Ahsan, Chairman, eGeneration Group; Sonia Bashir Kabir, Managing Director, Microsoft Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan & Laos; Abul Kashem Md Shirin, Managing Director, DBBL; SM Ashraful Islam, Executive Vice Chairman, eGeneration Group; Md Abul Kashem Khan, SAVP & Chief Technology Officer, DBBL; and Ziaul Hoque Mallick, Corporate Accounts Lead, Microsoft Bangladesh were present at the ceremony.
Sonia Bashir Kabir, Managing Director for Microsoft Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan & Laos, shared, “Microsoft is continuing its work with software companies worldwide and especially in Bangladesh, to build fintech solutions leveraging Internet of Things (IOT), Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Blockhain. Hence, we are excited about the local software companies and proud to be a partner of DBBL.”
Shameem Ahsan, Chairman, eGeneration Group said, “eGeneration has already been developing blockchain-based fintech platform for a Dubai-based company. We are also interested to partner up with local financial instituions to utlize our expertise in international market and develop blockchain and data analytics based fintech platform aligning with the Bangladesh Bank policies. This agreement with DBBL is just a first step towards the partnership for digital transformation.”
Abul Kashem Md Shirin, Managing Director of DBBL said: “DBBL takes pride in providing quality banking services to the masses. We are glad to have a proven digital transformation partner like eGeneration with us and look forward to continuing our journey to become the most preferred bank, using disruptive technologies.”