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Accounting Harbor (AH) a Canadian accounting firm providing financial services has retained TBS to develop a cloud accounting software for there clients.

Accounting Harbor (AH) a Canadian accounting firm providing financial services has retained TBS to develop a cloud accounting software for there clients.

Published On: 24 January, 2016
TBS and NuMedics based in the US has signed a joint collaboration agreement to develop software solutions

NuMedics specializes in the development of software for the management of electronic medical records and disease management.

Published On: 29 November, 2015
TBS and Clarus LLC based in the US has signed a joint collaboration agreement to develop software solutions

TBS and Clarus LLC based in the US has signed a joint collaboration agreement to develop software solutions. Clarus is a technology consultancy company specializing in In-flight voice and data convergence solutions, systems engineering and project management services for General Aviation (GA), Business (Biz) Jets, and the larger Boeing & Airbus Business Jet (BBJ / ABJ) aircraft.

Published On: 08 September, 2015
TBS achieved ISO 9001:2008 certificate

TBS achieved the Quality Management System (QMS)- ISO 9001:2008 certificate from Bangladesh Standards and Testing Institution (BSTI)

Published On: 19 August, 2015
TBS successfully finished stage-II audit for ISO 9001:2008

TBS successfully finished stage-II audit for ISO 9001:2008 dated 20/04/2015.

Published On: 19 May, 2015
Development of ERP Solution for Bangladesh Public Administration Training Certre (BPATC) awarded to TBS

Development of ERP Solution for Bangladesh Public Administration Training Certre (BPATC)- Ministry of Public Administration (MOPA) awarded to TBS. The solution has eight modules Accounting & Finance, Store, HRM, Computer Equipment, Dormitory, Transport and Computerized Training Management System including development of their official website. The ERP solution will automate most of the key areas of work of BPATC.

Published On: 19 May, 2015
TBS has been Awared the IMIS Project from Save the Children

Purpose The purpose of this System Requirement Specification (SRS) is to present a detailed description of the “Integrated Management Information System (IMIS)”. This document will explain the purpose and features of the system, the interfaces of the system, what the system will do, the constraint under which it must operate and how the system will react. Scope of Project IMIS will be centralized web based application for: • IDU and FSW Intervention/DICs (IDU-69 and FSW 100; total-169) • Outlets of FSW (10 outlet) • OST Center (2 center) • Education • Media • PLHIV

Published On: 16 March, 2014
TBS wins contract from UNICEF to develop a National Management Information System (MIS) for HIV/AIDS Targeted Intervention for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (GOB)

Nov 2009: Technology and Business Solutions (TBS) wins contract from UNICEF to develop a National Management Information System (MIS) for HIV/AIDS Targeted Intervention for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (GOB) The new system will be a national database and web application (content management system) taking into account key project indicators; 32 national HIV/AIDS related indicators , monitoring and reporting framework, record keeping and documentation of HIV/AIDS service inputs and other information Data will be collected from the DIC (Drop in Center, currently 319 and could go up to 1000) offices nationwide. The application will be a centralized application which will be hosted in the web, and the DIC will access the application via internet thru wireless technology. For the new system, TBS will additionally provide, capacity building/training (TOT), facilitate web hosting and maintenance and support service

Published On: 15 November, 2009
TBS selected to provide long term (2009-2012) Third Party Monitoring, Evaluation and Support Service

TBS selected to provide long term (2009-2012) Third Party Monitoring, Evaluation and Support Service to BNFE(Bureau of Non-Formal Education)GOB

Published On: 01 January, 2010
TBS has recently implemented a human resource software application at Unilever, BD to track and monitor employees using swipe device.

Published On: 26 October, 2009
TBS wins contract from Sanofi-Aventis, BD to develop cGMP compliant Quality Control Application for there pharmaceutical products.

e-IQC (Industrial Quality Control) is an information management system for the recording, storage, retrieval, manipulation and analysis of laboratory data. This system allows the management of samples (packaging material, finished product and stability product), laboratory instruments, human resources etc. The main functionality of e-IQC is to track a sample’s life cycle in the laboratory from sampling and data entry through the final result of the tests made on the sample and its approval. The system enables the printing of reports (in-house control, certificate of analysis, annual product review etc.) Stability Data (new product, marketed product and validation product) Benefits: -Enhance Productivity -Faster data analysis -Faster product to market -Assurance of secured test approval process -Manual work will be reduced significantly

Published On: 10 October, 2009
TBS awarded to develop a Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting system (MER) by UNICEF for the Bureau of Non-formal Education at the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education MoPME (GOB)

Nov 2009: Technology and Business Solutions Ltd (TBS) has been awarded to develop a Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting system (MER) by UNICEF for the Bureau of Non-formal Education at the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education MoPME (GOB). UNICEF has been engaged in the field of education for urban working children since many years with a flagship project named Basic Education for Hard to Reach Urban Working Children (BEHTRUWC) which aims at providing 200,000 working children (60% girls), aged 10-14 yrs with life skills based basic education in 6 divisional cites of Bangladesh. Currently the project is running 6,646 learning centers (LC) attended by 166,150 Learners. The Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting system (MER) will be developed under the provision of the capacity building component for the BEHTRUWC project. The MER system will provide stakeholders and partners, key information on the outputs outcome, progress and performance of the project. The compilation of the data (learning centers, teachers, learners, supplies and equpment) will enable the Project Implementation Unit (PIU) to do quantitative and qualitative analysis on the progress of the project to take the relevant corrective measures and actions. In addition to the BPI, design and development of the new system, TBS will provide data entry, capacitybuilding/training and maintenance service

Published On: 15 November, 2009
Drug makers fail to maintain WHO guideline: Unicef

Daily Star Nov 4, 2009: Most pharmaceutical companies in Bangladesh fail to maintain the Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) set by WHO, according to a Unicef audit report. A Unicef-expert team conducted the audit on 17 units of manufacturing plants of its enlisted and potential supplier companies in the country. According to the inspection on cGMPS, these companies failed to show necessary documents of their organograms, job descriptions, qualifications, experiences, skills and training of people.The World Health Organisation (WHO) version of cGMPs is used by pharmaceuticals, medical device and food manufacturers, as they produce and test products that people use.“Lax sampling and dispensing labelling, specification were found in the report,” DDA Assistant Director AA Salim Barami told a seminar in a joint presentation with ABM Anwarul Hussain, director (industrial quality and compliance) of Sanofi Aventis Ltd. The Directorate of Drug Administration (DDA) organised the seminar titled \\\\\\\"Lessons Learned from Unicef Inspection on cGMP,\\\\\\\" at the CIRDAP auditorium with support from WHO.Bangladesh Association of Pharmaceutical Industries (BAPI) Adviser Nazmul Hassan said the government should set a minimum standard for local pharmaceutical companies in line with the international drug testing organisations so that they can ensure quality products.Novartis Bangladesh Director (technical operation) Munshi Siraj Uddin said it is important to have a commitment to maintain the quality of products. State Minister for Health Mozibur Rahman urged the leading manufacturers to build a combined strategy to develop a world-class central drug-testing laboratory to maintain the quality of products. “The government can\\\\\\\'t afford it without cooperation of the private sector,” he said.Health Minister AFM Ruhal Haque also spoke. According to officials, there are 246 allopathic, 201 ayurvedic, 268 Unani, 79 homeopathic and four herbal medicine companies in the country.

Published On: 04 November, 2009
Multiple website development project procured from the Office of The Deputy Commissioner, Jhenaidah, Madaripur, Rangpur, Barisal, and Bagerhat

Published On: 08 November, 2009
TBS won a contract from Research Training and Management International (RTMI) to develop an deploy a School Management System

TBS won a contract from Research Training and Management International (RTMI) to develop an deploy a School Management System for Rohingya refugee education program for children. The project is financed by UNICEF and supported by UNHCR

Published On: 18 December, 2011
TBS implements PABX and Mobile Call Tracking at Unilever, Bangladesh

Published On: 12 November, 2009
 


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