Keeron, an e-learning platform, gets its website built by SELISE BACK TO ARTICLES In recent years, Bangladesh has seen a rise in the adoption of e-learning platforms. While most of them cater to students from the primary to tertiary level, there has been very little work to address the needs of young professionals. A […]
Among the various online shopping paradigms, webshops have emerged as a powerful force, reshaping the online shopping experience for both businesses and customers alike. It is estimated that online shopping would grow to be a $8.148 trillion industry by 2026 (Forbes)
A recent trend that seems to be bridging the gap between business and technology is low code development. Low code development is a visual approach to software development that enables a user to create and customize software applications with little knowledge of coding.
Electronic signatures are a nifty way to express consent and legal agreement digitally. In addition to being legally binding, it also saves time and paper in an increasingly environmentally conscious world. Although there are several eSignature products on the market, organizations need one that can be customized and works well with their existing workflows.
In the fast-paced world of business, time is money, and every minute counts. That’s why SELISE Signature is the perfect solution for managing contracts and legal documents, with its powerful integration capabilities and user-friendly interface.
In the spirit of cross-cultural collaboration, Sonam Choden, Sonam Dema, Kishor Kumar Mongar, Sushmita Rai and Tek Nath Acharya from Bhutan recently embarked on a journey to the bustling city of Dhaka. The purpose of their visit was twofold: to engage in comprehensive training and workshops at the Dhaka office and to explore the vibrant culture of Bangladesh.
Software development projects require effective project management strategies to ensure successful outcomes. One such approach that holds great value is “Always Analyze & Act.” This mindset emphasizes the importance of continuous evaluation, thoughtful analysis, and decisive action throughout the project lifecycle.
Imagine a world where you don’t need to worry about losing your files, pictures, or even your favorite cat videos. A world where you can access all of your information on the go, from any device. Well, that’s exactly what cloud computing has brought to our lives. Simply
put, cloud computing is the delivery of computing services, including servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and intelligence, over the internet (“the cloud”). By storing data and programs on remote servers rather than local hard drives or computers,
The trend of digital transformation has revolutionized the way we connect buildings to the network, bringing greater efficiency and accuracy to the process. However, despite this progress, manual procedures still persist, indicating that it’s time for the industry to fully embrace the future of digitization.