Topics: Digital transformation

Resolution bolsters Vietnam’s digital transformation Videos

Resolution bolsters Vietnam’s digital transformation

The world has quickly entered the digital era and Vietnam is now striving to catch up. To that end, the Party Central Committee issued Resolution No 52 on proactively joining the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which has greatly bolstered Vietnam’s digital transformation.
Digital transformation no longer optional for small firms: seminar Business

Digital transformation no longer optional for small firms: seminar

Vietnamese enterprises, especially small and medium-sized ones, should embrace digital transformation to survive but also improve their production and trading processes and business efficiency in the industry 4.0 era, especially amid the Covid-19 pandemic, a recent seminar heard in Ho Chi Minh City.
FPT earns 228.3 million USD in pre-tax profit last year Business

FPT earns 228.3 million USD in pre-tax profit last year

FPT Corporation achieved pre-tax profit of 5.26 trillion VND (228.3 million USD) on revenues of 29.83 trillion (1.29 billion USD) last year, a year-on-year increase of 12.8 percent and 7.6 percent, mainly driven by the digital transformation, overseas IT services and telecom.
Vietnam pushing digital payments between businesses Sci-Tech

Vietnam pushing digital payments between businesses

As one of the fastest-growing economies in Southeast Asia and with considerable volumes of FDI, Vietnam is adopting modern technology to enhance digital payments nationwide, global digital payment provider Visa has reported.
Investment in sci-tech called for to develop e-Government Sci-Tech

Investment in sci-tech called for to develop e-Government

Minister of Science and Technology Huynh Thanh Dat and Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung, both of them members of the Party Central Committee, on January 8 called for greater investment in science-technology to push national digital transformation, e-Government, and the digital economy forward.
Deeper integration into global value chain crucial: Minister Business

Deeper integration into global value chain crucial: Minister

Deeper integration into the global value chain while developing an increasingly independent and self-controlled economy are both a requirement and a solution to help Vietnam overcome the challenges to realise its goal of rapid and sustainable development, according to Party Central Committee and Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh.