COVID-19 has demonstrated the importance of digital readiness, which allows business and people’s life to continue as usual during pandemics. Building the necessary infrastructure to support a digitized world and stay current in the latest technology will be essential for any business or country to remain competitive in a post-COVID-19
When it comes to interoperability, MFSs still have a long way to go. Currently, they cannot ‘talk’ to one another and customers on one network cannot pay people using another network. Being a relatively nascent market hasn’t prevented the mobile financial service (MFS) industry from making great advancements in recent years.
The earning from outsourcing Information Technology enabled services (ITES) jobs has touched the $1 billion mark in the last 12 months for the first time in the country’s history, sources in the Bangladesh Association for Software and Information Services (BASIS) said. In last year, the earning was 800 million US dollar
How can the power of finance and technology be harnessed to create a greener world and, in particular, a greener financial system, Ravi Menon, the managing director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), asked a packed house during the Singapore Fintech Festival’s opening ceremony. “Fintech must have a larger purpose,
Bangladesh has been marred by tragedy including: the 1971 Liberation War, poverty, natural disasters—and now—one of the world's largest refugee crises after receiving an influx of 750,000 Rohingya Muslims who fled persecution in neighboring Myanmar. However, with remarkably little international attention, Bangladesh has also become one of the world's economic success