Vietnam is quickly becoming one of the world's premier outsourcing destinations. Why is that? Read here to learn more.
Offshoring is understood as using resources from other countries. In the field of information technology, Offshoring is usually outsourcing contracts or software development. Communication is usually done via high-speed data links, allowing engineers and managers to communicate on a real-time basis. Customers can remotely monitor the project development process and milestones on a minute-to-minute basis, quality assurance and processes
With the fast-growing application of automation technology, automation and cybersecurity are increasingly becoming key factors in any outsourcing decision. In GSLI 2019, A.T. Kearney has made significant change in its evaluation criteria to reflect the rapid shift of businesses to the digital era.
From Aug 26 to Sep 2, 2018 IMT Solutions joined the VNITO Business Promotion Campaign in 4 cities of Japan: Fujisawa, Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka.
The A.T. Kearney report highlights the impact of automation to low-skilled jobs, especially in offshore, nearshore and onshore countries. The report also presents the list of 55 locations worldwide in term of providing IT outsourcing services.
Eight Asia Pacific countries are in the top 20 offshore location in Global Services Location Index 2016 report by A.T. Kearney, London based global management consulting firm.
The 2015 Vietnam IT Outsourcing Companies of Excellence Award honored 33 country's top IT outsourcing companies on October 15, 2015 during the VNITO conference. The award jury comprised representatives from KPMG Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City High Technology Association, the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam, American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam, and the Ho Chi Minh City Computer Association.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam - On the evening of October 14th, 2015, IMT Solutions, along with 39 other companies, was awarded “Vietnam’s 40 Leading IT Companies”. The award was organized by Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA). The first plan was to select 50 organizations, however, there were only 40 out of nearly 100 nominees that met the award criteria.
Vietnam has been seen as a rising star for high-tech industry with the investment from Samsung, Microsoft, Intel, LG in chip and smartphone manufacturing and R&D. More than four decades after the last US troops left Saigon, US has now become one of the largest markets of the Vietnam software outsourcing industry. Vietnam also has quickly gained the second position of Japan's largest IT partner. This article, by Rob Marvin from PC Magazine, will give us a clear view about the current landscape of the Vietnam IT industry and how the country has become an emerging offshore outsourcing destination and Southeast Asia's Silicon Valley.
The Vietnam IT Outsourcing (VNITO) organizing team had organized two seminars to promote the event to Japanese enterprises on September 2 in Tokyo and September 4 in Osaka.