[Ho Chi Minh City, October 24, 2019] – NashTech, the software development and technology solutions company in Vietnam, was delighted to attend and speak at the Vietnam ITO summit this year. The theme was “Vietnam – The Emerged Destination for Innovation”.
Vietnam ITO Summit is the biggest bi-annual conference for IT solutions, products and services in Vietnam. It aims to promote Vietnam as a technology destination among the top IT countries in the world. The event gathered together over 500 delegates and hosted 200 business matching sessions. Visitors, speakers and delegates came from universities, Consulates, Trade Associations and technology companies from all over Vietnam. There were also over 150 delegates from overseas.
NashTech’ representatives at Business Matching session in VNITO event 2019
Innovation through modernising IT systems
Loan Pham, NashTech CTO presented to all delegates and listed some key options that companies can consider modernising their businesses. These were:
- Encapsulating: Use the features and value of existing applications, making them available as services.
- Rehosting: Move components to a new physical or cloud infrastructure.
- Re-Platforming: Leave applications nearly as they are, adapted to a new platform.
- Refactoring: Optimise existing code on the backend without changing front end behaviour or features.
- Rearchitecting: Find new and better capabilities for applications with a complete shift in code.
- Rebuilding: Build new applications from scratch but with a similar function and scope.
- Replacing: Take new business requirements into account and build from the ground up.
The key takeaway from our CTO’s presentation was that by applying emerging technologies to the innovation processes, enterprises can conquer challenges and create a competitive advantage.
Ms Loan Pham, CTO of NashTech Vietnam is presenting about Innovation through modernizing IT system”
Vietnam and Japan Cooperation in Industry 4.0
Our Country Manager of Japan, Vicky Chan also participated in an excellent panel discussion. Alongside representatives from Japanese Governors and Japanese IT and Tech companies, this panel discussed some success stories of working with Vietnam IT services companies. They highlighted the best business models and new cooperation initiatives for Japanese and Vietnamese partners. Most importantly they discussed how Vietnamese companies can scale up in the Japanese market.
Ms. Vicky Chan joined the panel “Vietnam and Japan Cooperation in Industry 4.0”
We all know that offshore development in Vietnam is well–known and has a great reputation. Vietnam has great developers that support their clients in both new projects and software maintenance. NashTech Vietnam is a pioneer in offshore development because we’ve had development centres in Vietnam for nearly 20 years. (In Japanese, we call it as Shinise), we actually do a lot of innovation projects from scratch with clients.
We not only emphasise our new technology radars like AI and blockchain. We involve our clients from the very beginning by starting with their vision. Once we know the vision of clients, we provide our solutions matching with modern technologies. Here I would like to say, the key to success is to share the vision together firstly, then work on the technologies.
Vicky Chan, Country Manager of NashTech Japan.
NashTech enables innovative business and digital transformation through IT services spanning Software Services, Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), and Consulting. It operates globally to support organisations with both outsourcing and consultancy requirements.
Contact us today to find out how we can help you utilize the latest technologies, innovate and stay ahead of your competition.
For more information, please visit www.nashtechglobal.com.
The Vietnam ITO event is organized by VNITO Alliance, Quang Trung Software City (QTSC), Investment & Trade Promotion Centre (ITPC) and partners, in order to promote the Vietnam IT industry, gather Vietnam software enterprises and create an effective bridge between the IT Vietnamese companies to the world.