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Pragma Systems Partners with DBL Group of Bangladesh for Global IT Service Expansion

Pragma Systems and DBL Group sign MOU to combine resources for fulfilling IT services need in Bangladesh and globally.

AUSTIN, Texas and DHAKA, Bangladesh, Aug. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Pragma Systems, a leading provider of enterprise IT services and security software, and DBL Group, one of the largest industrial groups of Bangladesh, jointly announce that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to partner and pool their resources for expanding IT services globally with a specialized focus to the fast growing market in Bangladesh and South Asia.

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"DBL Group is growing rapidly and expanding into IT services to assist the growth of Bangladesh's core infrastructure development and this perfectly fits with our company's goal and vision," said Mr. M.A. Jabbar, Managing Director of DBL Group. "We are pleased to partner with a leading United States IT company, Pragma Systems, who serves the largest companies in the USA & Europe and now is ready to enter the Bangladesh IT market. We are pleased to sign the MOU with Pragma for our teams to work together in fulfilling the IT services need in Bangladesh as well as with the global market."

"Bangladesh is an emerging but fast growth IT market and we are delighted to align our vision with DBL Group of Bangladesh who have already made quite a name for themselves for their garments exports," said David Kulwin, Co-founder and CTO of Pragma Systems. "DBL's expansion in IT Services and record of excellent corporate execution make them an ideal partner for us to grow in Global IT services and perform several projects together as we enter Bangladesh's IT market."

As a world class security software provider, Pragma's software has attained FIPS 140-2 security certifications and are listed on the DISA Unified Capabilities Approved Product List (UC APL) and successfully passed US Department of Defense testing through JITEC. Pragma's software is deployed by the United States Army and several US Federal departments allowing the company to offer its proven secure solutions and services to growing worldwide customers who are strengthening their infrastructure with strong cyber-security.

About DBL Group

DBL Group is one of the leading group of companies in Bangladesh. DBL Group has one of the largest and 100% export oriented composite knit garments and textiles manufacturing industry in Bangladesh. It supplies quality apparels across the world to the best of the retailers and the biggest brands of the fashion industry. The Group has expanded into ICT, Telecoms, Ceramic Tiles and Distribution. DBL Group started its business in 1991 and employs 15,700 people with annual revenue of US$300 million. Visit our website at www.dbl-group.com.

About Pragma Systems

Pragma Systems Inc. is a leading provider of secure remote access and secure file transfer software and is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner along with IT business partnerships with IBM, HP, Cisco, Dell, Intel and Oracle. The company's end-to-end secure solutions comprising servers and clients allows data-centers and enterprises to build highly secure infrastructure to access corporate supply chain, CRM, SAP, distribution and warehouse applications. Pragma offers its services to build secure infrastructure, data centers, mobile, cloud and IT delivery solutions for government and corporate enterprises. Pragma's software solutions are deployed in the majority of Fortune 500 companies in the USA and over 4400 companies worldwide in 70 countries with millions of licensed nodes allowing the company to grow its IT services globally. Visit our website at www.pragmasys.com.

Contact: Edith H. Myers
Pragma Systems, Inc.
512-219-7270
Email

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