It was a big week for IMT Solutions when in the evening of Oct 16th, 2015, for the 2nd time in one week, in 2 continuous nights, IMT Solutions was awarded the “Leading IT Outsourcing Enterprise”.

This first and biggest Vietnam IT Outsourcing 2015 conference is organized for the interest of promoting the Vietnam’s IT outsourcing industry and creating an effective business matching platform for buyers and Vietnamese IT Outsourcing vendors. This one stop shop, 4 day event covers many aspect of Vietnam software industry with the special feature is the software outsourcing sector, which has been enjoying a high growth rate in the past 15 years and has been one of the high-tech export sectors offering high value addition. The conference engaged more than 400 local and international business leaders, government representatives, entrepreneurs, and media and education representatives, with about 100 potential international participants from Vietnam's key outsourcing markets such as the USA, Japan, Europe, Canada, Australia, Korea, India, and Singapore.

A total of 33 prizes were awarded in the categories of:

  • Top 10 IT Outsourcing Enterprises: FTP Software; TMA Solutions; Harvey Nash Vietnam; Global Cybersoft Vietnam; KMS Technology Vietnam; LogiGear Vietnam; Phu Si Computer Network; Sunrise Software Solutions; IVC/ISB Vietnam; DEK Technologies Viet Nam.
  • Leading IT Outsourcing Enterprises (14 winners): Infonam; IMT Solutions; Seta International Asia; Larion Computing; Vinasource; LUXOFT Viet Nam; TRV-Enclave; Dong Tien Services (DTSC); Hanel Software Solutions; Rikkeisoft; QSoft Viet Nam; Tinhvan Outsourcing; V-Next Software; V.B.P.O JSC.
  • Emerging IT Outsourcing Enterprises (09 winners): WINMAIN Software Solutions; Can Tho University Software Centre (CUSC); TiTan Technology; SEQUENT ASIA IT Company; Success Software Services; Augen Viet Nam; Green Global IT Solutions Consulting; Savvycom JSC; Kyanon Digital.

Altogether these winners achieved a revenue of VND5.56 trillions (US$244.4 millions) and employed 15,000 people last year.