Most of the top tech firms in Vietnam performed well last year, with combined revenue reaching VND374.4 trillion (US$16.7 billion) while employing around 93,000 workers in total.
Experts are advising software firms to spend money in niche markets.
Vietjet Air and the Incheon Tourism Organisation (ITO) of the Republic of Korea (RoK) on June 30 signed an agreement to promote strategic cooperation in developing products and services, to facilitate travel between the two countries.
Vietnam is one of most competitive choices in the world for ITO (information technology outsourcing), according to market survey from Gartner, thanks to low labor costs, personnel stability and the “golden population” period.
(VOV) - The Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) selection committee has launched its second edition of a technology competition to honour the nation’s leading IT firms.