Advanced Training for Delegation from Bangladesh Safety Net for the Poorest Program

Over the last week, Synergy International Systems hosted a delegation of officials from for a week-long advanced technical training sessions and in-depth consultations at the company’s Global Development and Learning Center in Yerevan, Armenia.

The training session was conducted as a part of the development of two Management Information Systems (MIS) for the Bangladesh Safety Net Systems for the Poorest (SNSP) Project, implemented by the Ministry of Disaster and Relief, Bangladesh.

The training aimed at building the capacity of four senior managers from the Department of Disaster Management to not only use the system independently in an efficient and error-free manner, but also to enable them carry out the further maintenance of the Management Information System.

The training session provided in-depth knowledge and expertise on system administration and database management, thus significantly contributing to the knowledge sustainability of the project.

“The training was conducted by a team of excellent experts. It is really important to us to grasp how the MIS is working. The training definitely provided plenty of learning and skills, which will be helpful in the event we receive new requests from the field and modify the system easily on our own,” said Mr. Suman Kar, Database Management Specialist of the project Safety Net Systems for the Poorest. “This is a massive system and we are happy that the Synergy team is very supportive and over the next two years will be taking us into gaining an advanced knowledge of the MIS.”

“As a company, it is important to us that customer training sessions are conducted in a highly thorough and informative manner to generate the sustainability of the know-how of the system,” says Dr. Ashot Hovanesian, Synergy International Systems Founder and CEO.

The Management Information System for the Bangladesh Safety Net for the Poorest project is a web-based platform developed by Synergy to enable project staff to track, monitor, and report data about beneficiaries of the Ministry’s social program.