More than 90% of IT firms in Vietnam want to hire more staff and expand their business after the pandemic, according to the latest report by Navigos Group.
A string of important IT events will be held in the central coastal city of Da Nang from October 21-24, helping promote cooperation among Vietnamese and foreign IT firms, the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) said on October 16.
The top 50 information technology (IT) companies of Vietnam in 2017 has total revenue of over US$936 million and employ over 35,500 people, according to the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA).
FPT Japan, a branch of Vietnam’s largest software producer FPT Software, has been hailed for its outstanding contributions to promoting the country’s IT potential to the world and boosting Vietnam-Japan ties.
(VOV) - Business process outsourcing has fared well for Vietnam over the decade leading up to 2016, Vietnam’s main software industry body said at a recent launching ceremony for the 2016 Sao Khue awards.
The Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) officially kicked off the 2016 Sao Khue Awards on January 6.
The Vietnam Tax Consultants Association (VTCA) has completed the draft on the new tax policy for information technology (IT) firms as assigned by the government. It plans to give more tax incentives to encourage the development of the industry.
After ending last year with encouraging results, several IT firms in HCM City have set higher business targets this year.
(VOV) - The Hanoi Department of Information and Communications has launched a website to support information technology (IT) businesses’ operations.