Vietnam is entering an accelerated phase of digital transformation.
Vinasa Chairman Nguyen Van Khoa assessed that Vietnam is entering a period of accelerating digital transformation, which is an opportunity for technology companies.
In 2022, when Vietnam will be in a very different position, Vietnam’s digital transformation will enter another phase, which is an acceleration phase, Koa said at the Top 10 Enterprise Awards ceremony. The morning of Information Technology Vietnam 2022 held on September 10th was organized by Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA).
According to Mr. Koa, international organizations forecast that Vietnam will grow and continue to grow economically. For example, Moody’s Analytics revised its economic growth forecast in Vietnam to 8.5 percent this year, the highest in the Asia-Pacific region. The World Bank has upgraded Vietnam’s GDP growth forecast to 7.5% in 2022, up 2 percentage points from 5.5% in 2022. At the same time, Vietnam is gradually developing into a manufacturing center. New international product.
In order to maintain the projected economic growth and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, the Vinassos chairman estimated that comprehensive national digital transformation will be a priority for Vietnam. South in development strategy up to 2025, vision up to 2030.
“Vietnam’s digital technology companies will take on the pioneering task of national digital transformation as digital transformation partners for national and international authorities, organizations and companies. Together we will create a strong information technology community ready to compete with the world’s largest companies,” said Mr. Coa.
According to Nguyen Huy Dung, Vice Minister of Information and Communications, Vietnam has 14,000 medical institutions, 44,000 schools, nearly 1 million businesses, 5 million sole proprietorships, 9 million farming families and 26 million families. “They’re all dealing with the transition to a digital environment,” Dung said.
They shared the information technology business in Vietnam and proposed startups to implement innovations in the field of digital technology.
Rickesoft Chairman Ta Son Tung supported this view: “Vietnamese IT companies are committed, take on great responsibility, solve complex problems and we really can. Use the country’s advantages to promote Vietnam’s values in the world.”
Rikkeisoft is considered a representative of the young generation of digital entrepreneurs who dare to implement. After 10 years of founding, the company now has 1500 employees from 5 founding members. According to Mr. Tung, Vietnam’s tech company must dream big, that is, dare to think and act, to reach out to the world with confidence. Synergy means sharing and connecting to create and spread Vietnam’s IT brand. And contributing to society, particularly through organizing programs to nurture Vietnamese talent, go hand in hand with social programs.
Vietnam’s Top 10 IT Companies is an award first presented in 2014 to identify the most popular companies in key areas of the IT industry. This year, the competition started in April and attracted 147 candidates from 92 companies in 20 locations. According to Vinasa data, the total revenue of the top ten companies this year will reach 162.333 billion in 2021. VND ($7 billion), which accounts for 51% of the total revenue of Vietnam’s software and IT services industry by total number of employees. 175,601 people.
This year, the program included a list of “Trillion IT Companies,” which are $1,000 billion in IT companies. VND or more. This group is expected to solve the country’s biggest problems, spearhead industrial development, co-develop digital businesses, and nurture tech startups. Among them, FPT and three member companies including FPT Software, FPT IS and FPT Telecom occupy the top positions. The company received awards in 10 of the 8 sectors.
15 trillion VND IT companies in Vietnam