Leading system integration and software solutions company eGeneration has recently been awarded in three categories at the Microsoft Inspire South East Asia New Markets 2020 Partner Awards.
The awards are the Modern Workplace Security Partner of the Year, Modern Workplace Teamwork Partner of the Year, and SAP on Azure Partner of the Year.
The awards were given in recognition of eGeneration's contribution on successful implementation of workplace security, teams collaboration, analytics and cloud solutions through high business growth, deep technical expertise and exceptional customer service in many enterprises from the public and private sector.
Microsoft South East Asia New Markets organised the award ceremony through a virtual platform.
eGeneration is a gold partner and the only Bangladeshi Licensing Solutions Partner of Microsoft, a global technology behemoth which licenses, develops and supports a range of software products, services and devices.
The awards recognise the effort and dedication of the eGeneration team shown during the global pandemic, said Syeda Kamrun Ahmed, chairman of eGeneration.
"We, as a team, are working with Microsoft to build workplaces of the future with productivity and collaborative tools along with security, analytics and cloud solutions in government and private organisations to navigate through the challenging times."
"Technology has become fundamental in the way we live and work and it will eventually determine how businesses can survive now and grow in post pandemic years," said Shameem Ahsan, managing director of eGeneration.
"In response to Covid-19, the clients are rapidly going through a digital transformation journey with eGeneration and fast forwarding their technology adaptation that can lead to more than 200-300 per cent growth for technology companies like us," he said.
"Together with Microsoft, we are focusing on utilising our expertise in many sectors, including GovTech, HealthTech and FinTech."
"The strategy this year is to bridge the gap that is caused by the global pandemic by enabling digital transformation in the coming years within industries," said Afif Mohamed Ali, Microsoft's country manager for Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei and Nepal.
"We want to accelerate the collaborations, engage the governments to shape policies, close the skill gap and enhance the employability of citizens. We want partners like eGeneration, who have shown excellence throughout years, to be part of this effort," said Ali.