Oracle, a business software provider, celebrated its 20 years of serving public and private sector firms in Bangladesh by opening its first office in Dhaka on Thursday.
Finance minister AHM Mustafa Kamal was present in the event as chief guest, said a release.
‘I appreciate the initiative taken by Oracle while working with organisations across the country to help them transform, harness the growth we are seeing and serve their customers in new, innovative ways,’ said Mustafa Kamal.
Oracle, one of the leading global software providers, said they had been experiencing strong demand for its cloud solutions from many organisations in the country in the past years, according to the statement.
The state minister for Information and Communication Technology Division Zunaid Ahmed Palak was present as guest of honour while the United States ambassador to Bangladesh Earl R Miller, Oracle ASEAN regional managing director Cherian Varghese, South Asia Growth Economies managing director and Oracle Cloud Platform Group vice-president Amit Suxena, and Oracle Bangladesh managing director Rubaba Dowla were present, among others.
‘With an ecosystem of a 50-plus strong partner community in Bangladesh, we continue to support the digital transformation for our customers in the region,’ said Rubaba Dowla, managing director of Oracle Bangladesh.
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