Red Hat to expand business in Bangladesh

American software firm, Red Hat is set to expand business in Bangladesh as the country is going through massive digital transformation.

To this end, the multinational software company aims to strengthen the partner ecosystem and help enterprises accelerating digital transformation across the industries such as banking and finance services and telecommunications, reports BSS.

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At a day-long event in a city hotel, three high officials who are responsible for Red Hat India and South Asia spoke about their future business plans, said a press release today.

The officials were Red Hat’s Director-Partner, Alliances and Commercial Sales Neeraj Bhatia, Director -Solution Architecture Ameeta Roy and Head of sales -State Government and Commercial Business Palashendu Bhattacharya

They highlighted how open source can help companies facing digitization and business disruption, as well as how Red Hat has embraced rapid change and seeks to build better software through collaboration.

The software giant noted Bangladesh is becoming “one of the top tech-hungry countries” in few years and the Red Hat is coming forward to meet the demand in a credible and sustainable way.

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