Natibabu Bhatta, COLORADO/n24: Nepal born Basu Bhawani Dahal receives a national award – Outstanding Implementation Technology Award – for his contribution in the business market by developing a new technology in Network Security System.
Dahal’s technology has been tried and tested for a year by the national magazine CS News, who finally decided to grant the award to him as it has proven to be best amongst other technologies used by 7-11, BP, Konoko, Visacard, master card etc.
Dahal’s technology has been instrumental in assuring security and reliability. It is already being used in the customer-cards in grocery stores and has worked wonders in stopping the information leakages and control of thefts and reducing the queue in the store through efficient process. The users of this technology are happy to find many of their problems being solved. Dahal claims that any business process related problems can be solved with his innovation.
Dahal was thrilled to receive his nominations in the award, however he had the faintest idea that he would ultimately grab the award. His happiness knows no bounds and especially Dahal feels proud to be a Nepali to receive such a prestigious award. At the award ceremony, many asked him whether he was an Indian National; at that moment Dahal proudly told everyone that he is a Nepali; he feels honored to get the opportunity to aquaint his Nation’s name to many people in the award ceremony.
The award was conferred to Dahal by the Editor-in-chief of the CS News, Don Lumbo. Basu Dahal had entered US in the year 1997 for his studies.
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