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IFS hosts what's next event in Bangladesh

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IFS, the global enterprise applications, hosted a number of customers, partners and prospects for an evening of knowledge sharing and networking at Pan Pacific Sonargoan Hotel in Dhaka recently.

The event gathered a number of IFS customers, partners, prospect, and press for updates on the IFS roadmap, knowledge sharing, and general networking.

The event was attended by IFS President/ CEO of IFS in Sri Lanka,Mr Jayantha de Silva;IFS Country Director for Bangladesh Mr Asanga Marasinghe; IFS Director for Sales & Marketing in South Asia, Mr Shiraz Lye;IFS Country Manager for Bangladesh,Mr Zahid Khan, along with other senior managers of the company. Among the participants were CEOs, Managing Directors and Senior Staff of IFS's loyal customers and partners.

The IFS office in Dhaka has been in operations since 2012 and serves a list of large and reputed companies such as Apex footwear, Rangs Limited, Runner, Hamid Fabrics, Lanka Bangla Finance, Singer, Bombay Sweets, Rancon Auto, Rangs Properties, Rancon Motorbikes, Lalteer Seeds Etc. IFS Applications has been well received in Bangladesh and is currently used in industries such as automotive, real estate, textiles, food & beverage, retail, and finance.

Those attending the event learned more about IFS's plans to expand its local operations and grow its customer base. They were educated on trends in technology and "What's Next" in the enterprise software space.

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