Lam Nguyen Hai Long, head of the HCM City Computer Association speaks at the conference (Source: pcworld.com.vn)

HCM City (VNA) - The Vietnam ICT Outlook 2018 (VIO 2018) event is scheduled to take place in Ho Chi Minh City on July 25 – 26.

At a press conference on the event held in HCM City on July 17, the organiser said the VIO 2018, themed innovation in digital age, will revolve around discussions and reports about digitisation solutions for government agencies and enterprises of different sizes, with relevant experience, advice and success stories put on the table.

Lam Nguyen Hai Long, head of the HCM City Computer Association – an organiser of the VIO 2018, said along with the speedy technological development, various new concepts and services have been formed, confusing enterprises in finding suitable solutions at affordable costs.

How to translate ICT knowledge into application for efficient and sustainable business management is a challenge facing many firms, he underscored.

Phi Anh Tuan, deputy head of the association, highlighted that the 4.0 Industrial Revolution should not be understood as in form of big things, advising enterprises to begin their digitisation from small things, but with a vision.

He gave a series of examples, including digitising data to minimise the volume of paperwork and make it easier to monitor the company work.

Besides, the VIO 2018 will also feature a forum on recommendations for ITC policy, and a networking event with 100 businesses and 50 investment funds in the sector.

Participants will also treated to experiencing advanced technologies like robots, 3D printing, and others displayed by more than 50 leading ITC firms.

The VIO have been organised annually since 1995.-VNA