Brain Station 23 at Japan IT week 2019

Brain Station 23 recently attended Japan IT Week 2019, a world-class B2B tech exhibition event. Our CEO Raisul Kabir and COO MJ Ferdous represented Brain Station 23 at the exhibition as a part of Bangladeshi software industry delegation.  

Japan IT Week is one of the leading trade exhibitions where ICT companies showcase their latest IT technologies/solutions. Also, a large number of information systems manager, management executives, sales managers, system integrator and managers from IT system division conduct face to face business.

Japan IT Week this year took place from 8 May-10 May 2019 at the Tokyo Big Sight.  BASIS member companies showcased their latest products and services in the exhibition. Along with 62 members delegation from BASIS; Bangladesh High-Tech Park Authority, LICT, Bangladesh Computer Council, Bangladesh Association of Call Center and Outsourcing-BACCO and ICT Division’s delegation also participated in Japan IT Week.

The 19 BASIS member companies who showcased their products are- Brain Station 23 Ltd, DataSoft Systems Bangladesh Limited, Epark IT, LeadSoft Bangladesh Limited, ULKASEMI PVT LIMITED,  IXORA SOLUTION LTD, Pridesys IT Ltd, ERA-InfoTech Limited, BJIT Ltd., Nascenia Limited, Dreamerz Lab Ltd., Media365 Limited, , eGeneration, BZM Graphics, Dream71 Bangladesh Ltd, Subra Systems Ltd., Graaho, Genex Infosys Ltd. and Dynamic Solution Innovators.

Brain Station 23 being one of the prominent software companies in Bangladesh joined the delegation to showcase the world-class software services they provide. CEO of Brain Station 23, Raisul Kabir shared his experience of visiting one of the largest IT exhibitions in Asia with his colleague in a briefing after returning from the event.

“It was great to be a part of this delegation where we could represent Bangladeshi software industry in a technologically advanced country like Japan. What we observed there is that Bangladeshi software companies have a very good scope of work in Japan. There are a few major competitor countries like Vietnam, Philippine, and China. But if we can show Japan good quality work and commitment Bangladesh has a very bright future in Japan. Language is also a notable barrier there but learning the Japanese language can make the work process very easy.”

COO of Brain Station 23, MJ Ferdous, an experienced IT professional of Bangladesh also identified Japan IT week as a very important exhibition for the Bangladeshi software industry to enter the Japan market. MJ Ferdous shared his experience of attending Japan IT week and put his views. 

“We have seen many potential business opportunities in the Japan market for Bangladeshi IT companies. Japanese customers are now very much positive about outsourcing from Bangladesh. Bangladeshi IT industry has managed to grab their attention due to goodwill in the global outsourcing market. Our government’s different initiatives for IT industry and events like BASIS Softexpo has made a good impression in their mind.”

Japan IT Week is a large IT exhibition where hundreds of prominent IT companies around the world and thousands of IT enthusiast people gather. Bangladeshi companies attending in large numbers in such exhibition indicates that our IT industry is growing big and we are getting positive attention from the global software industries as a reliable outsourcing destination. Bangladeshi govt is also working relentlessly to attract foreign companies to outsource in Bangladesh. 

Japan IT week has been featured by newspapers from around the world. Find more about Japan IT week from the following news coverage links: 

Prothom Alo http://bit.ly/2LGzA7o

Daily Ittefaq http://bit.ly/2WwT0gf

Kaler Kontho http://bit.ly/2HcgwZi

Bangladesh Pratidin http://bit.ly/2W0i2Yd

Jugantor http://bit.ly/2JnN45s

Samakal http://bit.ly/2Ha2cSm

Bonik Barta http://bit.ly/2vTdK5T

Bangladesher Khobor http://bit.ly/2VnJkbq

Daily Star http://bit.ly/2VSuRDG

The Financial Express http://bit.ly/2DYFsTr

Daily Observer http://bit.ly/2Wz4qjl

bdnews24.com http://bit.ly/2WwVtr1

banglanews24.com http://bit.ly/2VaRgaQ

Financial Express Online http://bit.ly/2H8TbrG

Jagonews24.com http://bit.ly/2PZXBFi

Jugantor Online http://bit.ly/2VccTaX

Priyo.com http://bit.ly/2JbuQoi

TechShohor http://bit.ly/2H9IoPd

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