On an interview with local English newspapers, Julian Weber shares his views on the relationship between Switzerland and Bangladesh, along with the potential of Bangladesh's tech industry in the global scenario.
Institute of Information Technology (IIT) of the University of Dhaka held its first ever Industry Academia Collaboration Session on 5th August 2017, which was graced by the presence of Topu Newaj, the CTO of SELISE. He was invited as one of the speakers at the session, along with many other corporates from leading tech companies.
Viewing surveillance footage is easy enough, but the process of analyzing and turning them into data/evidence is rather difficult. In response to this problem voiced by Swiss transportation authorities, SELISE crafted a solution that initially bore a white label, but grew to stand for so much more than just that.
Keeping constant innovation at its core, SELISE had the pleasure of working with numerous fintech companies over the years – each presenting unique needs and challenges. From developing game-changing platforms from scratch to business consultancy for streamlining core process, the objective was always the same: craft software solutions that are simple, yet ingenious.
CCF, an abbreviation for Crowd Cooperative Funding, is an initiative launched by employees of the Austrian Cooperatives Association (ÖGV) who founded a separate cooperative named “CrowdCoopFunding eG”. It is dedicated to revolutionizing the cooperative business sector scenario.
Arranged by the Department of Information Technology and Telecom (DITT), this marked the first time Bhutan has been a part of a training program of this scale. SELISE was approached by Tshering Cigay Dorji, CEO of Thimphu Tech Park (TTPL), to conduct the program and SELISE couldn’t have been more excited to be a part of this initiative.
Even a year ago, I myself wouldn’t be necessarily associating business, process (re)engineering, business strategy and other fancy business-y terms with a software company. And now, as I write this piece from a quiet workstation in Zurich- I understand how short sighted we can be.