Krazy It’s team is headed by Wahid Siddique, an Australian-Bangladeshi IT professional with hands on experience of over 20 years. As a solution architect, he has been actively involved in many fields and has accumulated massive expertise over the past years on IT infrastructure, being heavily familiarized with infrastructure and systems from its core. With almost over half of his life spent working abroad, Wahid Siddique has gained some notable work titles under his belt. He has notably worked for renowned companies such as Vodafone, Quickcomm, Oxfam Australia and many more. Together with the team, Wahid Siddique excels as a solution architect as the approach taken for each issue is unique and follows steps such as analysis, benchmarking and contemplation which then results in a solution capable enough to Improvise business operation, efficiency and productivity while lowering the client’s costs and minimizing risks while also giving an insight on the practicality of the situation that helps the client address various business challenges.
Growing up in Dhaka when before the technology revolution hit Bangladesh, Priyonto had always kept a keen interest on gadgets and would always fiddle with them since a very young age. After the completion of CSE, he wanted to prove to his friends that Windows OS was not the only answer, thus, Priyonto got heavily attracted to other operating systems until finally settling on iOS. Soon he turned from a tech junkie to a dreamer, wanting to work as an IT expert according to international standards, resulting in him working with Krazy IT and their international involvement.
A friendly and down to earth soul, Bappy has a very positive attitude towards change, explaining his diversity of transitions. Since early childhood, Bappy has been interested in computer games, from there onwards, he had a passion for getting to know more about computers, thus embarking on a programming journey with a final stop at Krazy IT. Desiring success on an international level, Bappy works on par with Priyonto to bring change to the stereotype of common applications, and showcasing Krazy IT’s diversity.
Born in Chandpur, Sonjoy is one of the hardest workers of the company. Still completing his B.Sc, Sonjoy has had a lot of experience in the world of freelancing before joining up with Krazy IT. Working as a freelancer, he has picked up quite a variety of remarkable skills which he uses to aid Krazy IT in its endeavors. Always up to the task, Sonjoy has been a very reliable asset to Krazy IT and will continue to shine in the future.
The youngest member of the team, aged at only 18, Simanto is the “anything English” guy. Having the crucial support of the other team members, Simanto strives to be in unity to everyone and act out as a part of a one singular mechanism. With all his life living abroad, Simanto has only recently moved to Bangladesh. Currently completing A levels, Simanto was picked up by Wahid Siddique into the team due to Wahid’s belief in Simanto and what he could achieve in the future if properly mentored. Dubbed “Champion” by Rashedul Islam, Simanto has since then embarked on a journey to learn the ways of life, through work.
The newest member to join the team, Mainul works as an Android developer for Krazy IT but is well rounded off with various other sets of skills and transparent work ethics. Having completed his B.Sc in computer science and engineering from Northern University Bangladesh, coding is what really got Mainul into programming, teaching him to keep up with new trends, and establishing the need to challenge himself and turn ideas into apps. It will be exciting to see what this young talent brings to the team.
A passionate programmer, Tanmoy had a keen interest with new pieces of technology that would show up, fiddling around and trying to understand them in depth, he eventually stumbled upon the Android OS and started his journey to learn and improve, eventually becoming a master programmer in the process. Taking pleasure in solving problems and unraveling puzzles, Tanmoy uses his skills and passion in conjunction to implement new tools and frameworks in his projects as well as maintain its quality.
Coming from Norther University of Bangladesh as well, Omar has been fascinated with video games since he was very young, which was the key driving factor to turn his attention towards computes. Soon after, he was drawn to the graphics of these video games and started investigating on said factor, eventually turning himself to be a graphics designer. Now he takes inspiration from the very games he used to play and blend it with his own designs to create unique works of art.