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‘IN OUR POST-CAPITAL WORLD DATA IS WEALTH’

Sajid Rahman is one of those few Bangladeshi business leaders and entrepreneurs who has experience of working at the highest levels of leading global companies. Currently leading the global health initiative for Telenor Group, Mr Rahman is also working closely as advisory board members and investors to technology and energy

TICKETING IS AN ESTABLISHED BUSINESS MODEL. TICKET GETS DIGITIZED IN ALL COUNTRIES FASTER COMPARED TO OTHER THINGS.

  'Shohoz’ in Bangla generally means ‘easy’. But it can also mean straight forward. Fittingly, its founder and managing director is a woman of extreme clarity, as became apparent in her hour-long interview with Fintech. Maliha Quadir emerged as one of the most important entrepreneurs in Bangladesh with the advent of the

‘OUR CBS IS THE BEST AS EVIDENCED BY OUR 20 BANKS AND NBFI INSTALLATIONS’

LeadSoft is one of the most prominent and leading software development companies in Bangladesh, offering custom software development, software products, offshore software development, professional outsourcing and software consultancy. Having its lineage in the global giant NCR, LeadSoft emerged as a forward looking company in the Bangladesh’s nascent software market in

‘BPROPERTY: BANGLADESH’S REAL ESTATE MARKETPLACE’

Bproperty is one of the most promising companies in the real estate sector. Gaining considerable momentum within the span of just over two years, the e-commerce real estate marketplace Bproperty.com has managed to amass over 23 thousand property listings in that period. We spoke with Mark Nosworthy last year who is

CAN BANGLADESH CASH IN ON BIG DATA?

Imagine a regular day of yours; to be precise, a day of yours with both evident and sleepy presence of gadgets and gears that translate and record your life in binary codes. Of course Dhaka is no Los Angles or Seoul or Tokyo but both mobile and internet penetration here have

From The Editor September 2017

In the past few years ‘big data’ has become-‘bigger’-both in literal and metaphorical senses and the leaders in every sector will have to grapple with the implications of big data, not just a few data-oriented managers. The problem here in Bangladesh is-even though we take ‘big data’ as a buzzword-we

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