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The HCM City Department of Science and Technology has called on technology companies to create an online eco-system to facilitate the activities of start-ups.

Over 90 percent of IT firms seek to expand after COVID-19

More than 90 percent 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.

What is the future for Vietnamese game developers?

Most Vietnamese game developers are targeting foreign markets as the domestic market is still too small and cannot support independent game studios.

Da Nang to host international IT events in October

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.

VN has potential to become South-east Asian innovation hub

Vietnam has been very successful in the software outsourcing field over the past decade that many countries regard it as an Asian outsourcing hub.

Children can also become coders with super-simple programming language

Instead of complicated codes, V-logic users can become coders with simple commands like ‘Bat den Led roi cho 1 giay sau tat  den Led’ (turn LED lamp on, wait one second, and turn off the lamp).

Vietnam IT firms told to target higher-value services

Vietnamese IT firms now have great opportunities from large markets such as the US, Japan, Europe and Singapore. However, most of them are focusing on low- and mid-end products.

How much do experienced IT employees earn?

VietNamNet Bridge - Reports show that the Vietnamese brain drain is affecting employers and businesses.

Apps for domestic help services represent $1 million market

VietNamNet Bridge - A government report shows that Vietnam needed 250,000 domestic helpers in 2015, while HCMC alone needed 10,000 helpers. But only 30 percent of the demand could be met.

Small IT firms fear they can't get jobs

VietNamNet Bridge - Analysts commented that IT firms will have too many jobs as the government’s Resolution 36 on e-government has been released. However, small firms fear they may not get the jobs.

Vietnam plans higher tax incentives for IT firms

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.

Tax incentives could keep IT firms from leaving VN

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tax incentives should be used to allow enterprises in the fields of information and technology to maintain their businesses and pay taxes in Viet Nam,

Vietnamese IT outsourcing firms hesitate to share work

Sharing work is what Vietnamese information technology (IT) outsourcing firms, most of which are small, should do to satisfy requirements set by foreign clients. However, they hesitate to share work because of a lack of confidence.

IT firms struggle to look for mobile programmers

VietNamNet Bridge - Many information technology (IT) firms have decided to focus on developing software for mobile devices, because of its high profits. However, they cannot find enough workers.

Technology groups look for new ways to make money

VietNamNet Bridge – Information technology conglomerates are willing to try new ways to earn money, especially at a time when it is difficult to find customers in a tough economy.

IT firms set high targets for 2015

 After ending last year with encouraging results, several IT firms in Ho Chi Minh City have set higher business targets this year.

IT firms mull salary rises to retain employees

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many enterprises in the information technology sector plan wage hikes to retain their employees, particularly talents,

Despite economic downturn, IT firms still in demand

 VietNamNet Bridge – Information technology (IT) companies have been doing well in the economic downturn, and continue to be sought after by investors.

IT firms need more engineers to cater to Japan market

 VietNamNet Bridge – In the second quarter of this year, the demand for information technology (IT) engineers surged as Japan had moved some of its software projects from China to Vietnam.

IT firms eye “smart agriculture” investments

Vietnamese information technology (IT) firms are aiming for higher profits by focusing on a new sector, agricultural production.