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Cisco expands its footprint in BD

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Business Desk :
Cisco announced its commitment to accelerate Bangladesh's digital transformation and showcase how digitization can fuel economic prosperity, global competitiveness and sustainable growth. The disclosure came out at a press conference held at a hotel in the city on Thursday. The company announced that it has doubled its headcount and office space in Bangladesh to accommodate its expanding operations in the region and also opened a depot to serve Bangladeshi customers better. This move is an extension of Cisco's ongoing initiatives to bolster the country's digital foundation and help achieve the government's vision of a Digital Bangladesh.
Bangladesh has already made considerable headway in digitally empowering its citizens, ensuring seamless and affordable connectivity to even the most remote areas, along with mobile banking services for higher financial inclusion. Additionally, the government is issuing digital IDs to over 100 million citizens, which allows them quick access to essential amenities.

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