Software firms are adding more value to products Sci-Tech

Software firms are adding more value to products

TMA Solutions, one of the largest software outsourcing companies in Vietnam, has established the TMA Innovation Centre to develop new software products and solutions based on the fourth Industrial Revolution's technologies, said Tran Phuc Hong, the company’s vice president.
India greatly values relations with Vietnam Politics

India greatly values relations with Vietnam

India greatly values its relations with Vietnam, Secretary (East) of the Ministry of External Affairs of India Preeti Saran has said in an interview granted to the Vietnam News Agency
FPT Software revenue jumps 31 percent Business

FPT Software revenue jumps 31 percent

The Financing and Promoting Technology Corporation (FPT) has reported that the revenue of its company FPT Software reached 181 million USD in 2015, an increase of 31 percent from the previous year.
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FPT Software wins major int’l accolade

Vietnam’s FPT Software company has been listed among the top 100 service outsourcing providers in the world by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP).
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Vietnamese software firms to boost recruitment

Software outsourcing companies will have strong demand for manpower in 2014 as outsourcing orders are expected to pile up, industry players have been quoted by the Saigon Times Daily as saying.
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Once-promising IT industry languishes

Despite its huge potential, the software industry has failed to develop as rapidly as it could have.

Vietnam has also become an important global provider of software services, its growth in the last few years has remained far short of potential.

There is huge demand for software products and services, particularly in public administration and industry.
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Nation ranks third globally in outsourcing, software service

Vietnam ranks third after China and India for outsourcing IT and software services to Japan, accounting for 0.5 percent of Japan’s market share, according to Nguyen Doan Hung, vice-chairman of the Viet-Nhat (Vietnam-Japan) IT cooperation club.