As of September 2019, nearly 75,000 people had registered with a software managing information of people with disabilities in the central provinces of Quang Binh and Binh Dinh.
A speech to text program has been selected to the final round of the Vietnamese Talent Awards 2019 which will be held on November 15 in Hanoi.
The Directorate for Roads of Vietnam (DRVN) has proposed developing software to better manage drivers working in transportation enterprises.
VOV.VN - Medical management software called MMS.Net for clinics in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak beat out 600 other entries from around the world to win the gold prize at the 2018 Seoul International Invention Fair in the Republic of Korea.
Information-telecommunication-technology group FPT Corporation (FPT) has acquired 90% of the US-based tech advisory firm Intellinet Consulting (Intellinet).
VOV.VN - Nguyen Tran Thao Nguyen has become the sole Vietnamese representative to compete at the Adobe Certified Associate World Championship 2018 (ACAWC 2018) in US city of Orlando, Florida, from July 19 to August 1.
Many hospitals in HCM City use software to monitor the prescription of antibiotics to ensure they are not abused causing bacteria to mutate to become antibiotic-resistant, a major global health problem, including in Vietnam.
Although creative industries remain modest in Vietnam, there are certain local advantages for them to develop in the country, according to a specialist from Vietnam’s Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA).
Hanoi’s Department of Information and Communications on August 18 organised an investment promotion conference to call for investment in 12 start-up projects under the Hanoi Innovative Business Incubator of Information Technology.
Software and legal documents on cybercrime prevention will soon be launched in Vietnam.
A seminar discussing the launch of a scheme on strengthening the capacity of land pricing and land price information system based on Vietlis software took place in Hanoi on June 19.
VOV.VN - Microsoft announced today (June 16) that it would introduce several innovative programs to recruit and train computer and software professionals for the Ho Chi Minh City workforce, reported the Vietnam News Agency.
Software and website designers from Asia, including Vietnam, will gather in Hanoi on May 18-19 to compete in the APEC App Challenge.
The Prime Minister has approved a programme on developing the supporting industry which is expected to meet 45 percent of the demand of domestic production by 2020 and 65 percent by 2025.
Epicor Software Corporation on January 11 signed an agreement with the HCM City Open University to provide the latest enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for application in training and research to enable students to get more practical experience.
With a 91.08 percent approval, the 14th National Assembly passed a resolution on piloting the issuance of e-visa for foreigners at the second session’s sitting on November 22.
Though major changes are on the horizon for the domestic auto industry, the Vietnamese government has so far failed to provide a roadmap for new emission standards, and carmakers are getting concerned.
International advanced learning software to promote interaction between students and teachers were presented for three schools in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on September 1.
A programme to select the top 50 IT firms in Vietnam in 2016 has been officially kicked off by VINASA (Vietnam Software and IT Service Association).
Mobile operator Movitel, a joint venture between Vietnamese company Viettel and Mozambique’s SPI, has given learning assistance software M-Escola to high schools in Mozambique.