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iValue in Association with VMware Held Partner Summit in Bangladesh

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iValue InfoSolutions, a premium technology enabler, has helped enterprises drive their future strategy in areas of Cybersecurity and Technology solutions securing and future-proofing their landscape. iValue in partnership with VMware recently held its Partner Summit in Bangladesh to build an eco-system with the partner community to accelerate the adoption of VMware technology offerings to their end customers. Furthermore, iValue through its teaming agreements will allow partners to participate and enhance their offerings of VMware in their respective markets. This summit comes in resonance with the Bangladesh government’s “Digital Bangladesh”.
“We are very excited about the opportunity to distribute VMware technology in Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan. In our first two quarter’s association, we have seen major wins through our channel partner community and have catered to one of the largest deals for VMware on Workspace one. Furthermore, we have also engaged in knowledge-sharing sessions with our partners and their customers. Our strength has always been to leverage the channel relationship and iValue’s goal is to extend Leading technology offerings to the Channel partner community. Currently, iValue in Bangladesh is authorized to distribute 35 OEMs and I am excited to extend these relationships to our channel partners. I would also like to thank the Channel community for their support “said Hossainul Gaffar, Country Manager – Bangladesh, Nepal, and Bhutan at iValue InfoSolutions.
Bangladesh’s IT/ITES industry has fared comparatively well by achieving US$ 1.3 billion export earnings in FY 2020-21 and holding a US$ 1.4 billion equivalent market share in the local market contributing 0.76 percent to the GDP creating more than 1 million employment opportunities. Riding on the successes of IT/ITES sector-supported export-led industries as well as the pro-private sector and conducive policies pursued by the Bangladesh Government, the country now seeks to transform itself into a knowledge-based and 4IR-driven cashless economy.
“Bangladesh as a market has always been exciting and over the last tens of years of my participation in this market, it has been exhilarating to be part of the IT growth and the adoption rate, this has only accelerated over the past two years. As part of iValue’s offering in the international markets including Bangladesh, our focus would be the NICE stack namely Networking, Infrastructure, Cloud and Enterprise Security. We believe that the above mix would cater to the needs of the channel partner community to effectively engage with their customers whilst giving options of multiple technology offerings from different OEMs. At iValue, we will emphasize towards offering leading technology solutions, empowering partners to upskill and scale their business. Our endeavor would be to bring efficiency and excellence in operations with minimal Turn Around Time (TAT) for both our partners and OEMs.” said Nadeem Husain, Vice President – Enterprise Business, APAC at iValue InfoSolutions.
Establishing international standard infrastructure; creating a congenial & sustainable business environment; developing an IT/ITES-based Industrial ecosystem and ensuring all services for IT/ITES businesses & industries through a One-Stop Platform is Bangladesh’s strategy. iValue has the added advantage of having top 100 brands as a loyal customer base across more than eight verticals, with 5x times market growth and a robust team in 13+ locations. iValue has always preferred Digital Assets Protection, Optimisation and Transformation area, leveraging Customer Life Cycle and Product Life Cycle Adoption frameworks. The partners who participated in the event were unfolded on the advantages of the extensive portfolio, comprehensive and market-leading technology, flexible contracts and ease-of-doing-business and simple price structuring of VMware.

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