Từ khóa: #breakthroughs

Cashless payment via digital applications is popular in Dai Tu Shopping Center in Thai Nguyen Province. (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam on right track for breakthroughs in digital transformation

Under proper guidance of the Central Party and cooperation between the Central Government and the local authorities, Vietnam has launched an unprecedented campaign on digital transformation nationwide, achieving great results so far with expectations for more meaningful breakthroughs in the upcoming time.

State agencies in HCMC are undergoing the digital transformation process to renovate their operations and offer more online public services to the community.

State agencies in HCMC making breakthroughs via digital transformation

While fighting against the Covid-19 pandemic, the municipal authorities in Ho Chi Minh City are going through the digital transformation process to comprehensively perfecting all operations of state agencies here, aiming at establishing a digital government, in order to better serve the needs of businesses and citizens.

Students in the Electrical – Electronic Engineering Department of Cao Thang Technical College in their practice session. (Photo: SGGP)

Vocational training needs breakthroughs to meet market’s needs

In the digital era when advances in science and technologies are significantly affecting trading and manufacturing, changes in the job structure and working methods have urged renovations in vocational training so that it is able to answer the labor market’s demands in the near future.

Vietnamese software professionals are working in Global CyberSoft Co., located in Quang Trung Software City. Photo by T.Ba

IT businesses in HCMC need more innovations, breakthroughs

Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung yesterday worked with domestic information technology (IT) companies of the southern region in Quang Trung Software City (Ho Chi Minh City) to form feasible solutions for the development of ‘Make in Vietnam’ IT staples since these businesses can only answer 30 percent of the market needs.