|The management board of the Viettel Business Solutions Corporation at the ceremony
The corporation would represent Viettel in implementing projects and providing information and communication technology (ICT) solutions to the Government, ministries, localities, businesses and organisations both inside and outside the country. In addition, it committed to helping build a digital government.
Speaking at the launching ceremony, Viettel’s General Director Major General Le Dang Dung said the establishment of the corporation marked a transition to create a new, more dynamic and technological Viettel which puts its customers first.
Dung said the Fourth Industrial Revolution has brought big opportunities to Vietnam. However, businesses should take the initiative. The corporation’s task is to create momentum to push firms forward.
“Viettel has continued to create value and benefits at a higher level for the Government, ministries, businesses and people.
The corporation does not only serve its business targets, but also accompanies the Government in building a digital government, co-operating with companies and people to resolve society’s issues for the country’s sustainable growth,” he added.
The corporation’s General Director Major Phung Van Cuong said they would focus investments on technologies, applying the most modern technologies to resolve issues for the country, society and community.
Cuong said Viettel would build an IT foundation such as Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), Big Data and Viettel Pay to help firms and partners develop new products and services more quickly and easily. Viettel has been ready to provide consultancy about opportunities and challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to companies, thus helping them develop a digital transformation roadmap.
“With the advantages of nationwide fibre optic and 4G coverage, international-standard Data Centre Cloud and high quality human resources of around 5,000 IT engineers and 10,000 IT technicians, Viettel commits to bringing suitable solutions with the most modern technologies to ministries, localities and businesses,” he said.
Before establishing the Viettel Business Solutions Corporation, Viettel has spent 8 years studying e-government and applying technologies in State-owned organisations and enterprises.
Viettel signed agreements to build smart cities in 23 localities, providing solutions and services to nearly 400,000 businesses, implementing a national immunisation information system linking 14,000 vaccination facilities and managing 12.5 million people.
It has provided free internet to more than 30,000 schools nationwide and implemented management software at 23,000 schools.