Technology solutions provider VS One signed an agreement with IFS on February 10 in the capital to launch its operations in Bangladesh.
Through its new venture with IFS, VS One looks to build a win-win situation for both companies in the rapidly developing and highly productive Bangladesh.
The event was attended by senior officials from VS One Bangladesh, VS One World, IFS South Asia, including Zahid Khan, chief executive officer of VS ONE Bangladesh, Shiraz Lye, managing director and vice president, Sales, IFS South Asia, Wajira Wanigasekera, general manager of global operation, VS One World and Daniel Ananthan, chief technology officer, VS ONE World.
IFS offers services and products in the fields of software development, data management and enterprise resource planning.
Partnership with the VS One marks a new addition to the IFS partner ecosystem, which consists of experts who share a similar goal, primarily to serve the clients and to keep them in the center of all operations. The top-tier partner programme brings the entire industry and technology expertise, creating pathways to training and also linking IFS partner network with customer network.
Zahid Khan, CEO of VS One Bangladesh said, ''We are highly excited about this new partnership with IFS to integrate our solutions and pursue new frontiers of innovation in connected service delivery. We are looking forward to bring IFS's high-end solutions to our customers in Bangladesh and help companies grow to become giants.''
IFS applications, its service management, and mobile functionality have been recognised as highly productive mechanisms deployed throughout the world. In Bangladesh IFS clients include – Singer Bangladesh Ltd, Bombay Sweets and Company Limited, LalTeer Seed Limited, Rangs Limited, Rankon Motorbikes Limited, Apex Footwear Limited, Runner Automobiles Limited, Hamid Fabrics Limited, Lanka Bangla Finance Limited, Gazi Tyres, Transcom Electronics Limited.
This new venture with VS One enables IFS to explore new market possibilities and strengthen its product sales while also enabling VSONE to extract profits by selling IFS products.