Mobile operator Grameenphone launched its first offshoot company, GPIT, with a two-day grand inauguration ceremony at GPHouse in Dhaka on Friday.
GPIT is an international B2B company with a profit balance and stable corporate clienteles’ right from day one, said a Grameenphone statement yesterday.
Chief Information Commissioner Ambassador (retd) Muhammad Zamir was the chief guest of the programme that was also attended by senior government officials, diplomats and leaders from corporate and the IT industry.
“GPIT has been established with an experience of more than a decade of excellence and effort to make people’s lives easier,” the statement added.
GPIT targets to be a dominant player on the local market for enterprise grade IT software and managed solutions and recognised globally for quality mobile and enterprise software solutions as well as its support/maintenance.
GPIT’s foremost ambition is to contribute to the growth of the local IT industry. Currently GPIT provides complete managed services to GP. In addition to the telecom industry, the company wants to be successful in banking industry by providing best IT solutions. “We believe the adoption of IT in our business and way of life will improve productivity and efficiency that will take Bangladesh to a brighter future,” said GPIT.