Monday, December 11, 2023

BASIS to focus on 7 key ICT drivers

The Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services (BASIS) has identified seven key focus areas, including the development of quality human resources and local markets and creating a thriving ecosystem for startups, for further development of the ICT sector. The top ICT trade body is also devising a strategy to attain the government’s annual

BASIS to promote Bangladesh’s ICT industry in UK

The Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services (BASIS) is planning to hold a special event in London in June to promote the ICT industry of Bangladesh in the United Kingdom. The development comes as BASIS President Russell T Ahmed met Bangladesh High Commissioner to the UK Saida Muna Tasneem at the Bangladesh High Commission ... Read more

BASIS members join CeBIT

BASIS (Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services) in collaboration with Export Promotion Bureau participated at the CeBIT 2012, the digital industry’s biggest international event in the world, says a press release. CeBIT 2012 was held at Hannover, Germany from March 6 -10. Five Bangladeshi ICT companies participated as exhibitor of Bangladesh stand and two

BASIS honours IT innovators

A platform for software and ICT developers, BASIS, yesterday awarded 31 companies, professionals and students for their innovations and extraordinary performances in their respective fields. Of the awards, 26 were given on the basis of competition and five were awarded in recognition of the winners’ contribution to software development and the ICT

BASIS honours IT movers and shakers

The country’s 12 top freelancers, including an SSC examinee, were awarded last night for their contributions to upholding Bangladesh’s image in global information technology. Bangladesh Association of Software Information Services announced the Freelancer of the Year 2011 awards at a ceremony on the sidelines of BASIS SoftExpo 2011 at

Software fair creates buzz

The country’s largest software and ICT-enabled services exposition — BASIS SoftExpo — started yesterday in Dhaka to bridge the gap between service providers and users. Finance Minister AMA Muhith inaugurated the five-day event at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC). About 110 local companies and 10 firms from Denmark and