Walton signs deal with Microsoft to get services
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Sook Hoon Cheah, general manager of Microsoft’s Southeast Asia New Markets present as chief guest Photo: Courtesy
Microsoft and Walton will jointly provide software and hardware service in Bangladesh.
Computer manufacturer Walton Digi-Tech Industries Limited has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in this regard with American tech-giant Microsoft, read a press release.
Under the agreement, Microsoft will provide software along with hardware services at affordable prices through Walton Digi-Tech in Bangladesh. The American tech giant will also contribute to the country’s education sector through Walton. Customers can enjoy the services of Microsoft through Walton laptop and desktop.
Sook Hoon Cheah, general manager of Microsoft’s Southeast Asia New Markets was present as chief guest at the signing ceremony.
The agreement signing ceremony was attended by Walton Chairman S M Rezaul Alam; Deputy Managing Director Engineer Liakat Ali; Corporate Sales Director of Microsoft’s Southeast Asia New Markets Zahid Alkadhi; Chief Partner Officer Anh Pham; Walton Digi-Tech’s Chief Business Officer Towhidur Rahman Rad and Chief Financial Officer Mohammad Abdus Salam.