Grameenphone has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Golden Harvest Group. Through this agreement, the officials of Golden Harvest Group will use Grameenphone’s Mobility IoT service, which will help them unleash the potential of their organization.
NASA Yusuf, Director of Grameenphone’s Business Division, and SM Mamtazul Islam, CEO of Golden Harvest Group, signed the agreement on behalf of their respective organizations at a ceremony on Wednesday (December 2nd). Senior officials of the two institutions were present at the time.
Under the agreement, Golden Harvest Group will use Grameenphone’s Forge network coverage, after-sales service, telecom solutions and IoT services. Speaking on the occasion, Nassar Yusuf, Director, Business Division, Grameenphone, said, “As a connectivity partner of Digital Bangladesh, we are committed to helping our partners and customers grow by providing simplified solutions. We are grateful to Golden Harvest Group for their confidence in our products and services. We are also committed to meeting customer needs through Forge coverage and IT services.
Golden Harvest Group is one of the leading business organizations in Bangladesh with its activities in Food and Dairy Products, Commodity, Information Technology, Logistics, Real Estate, Aviation, Infrastructure Development and Insurance. Golden Harvest Group has become a leading company in the frozen food sector in the country and has become the first company in the country to form a cold chain network with Golden Harvest USAID.