FPT Software aims to create from 4000 to 10,000 jobs and opportunities for young engineers who have high- skill and ability to work abroad by 2020.
According to Mr. Hoang Nam Tien- Chairman of FPT Software, Vietnam’s software export industry is fighting fairly with the international IT giants such as IBM, Microsoft, Infosys. , Wipro, Neusoft, etc.
In addition, the partners of FPT Software are also the leading corporations in the worlds such as Boeing, Deutchbank, Microsoft, Sony, Panasonic, Hitachi, NTT, etc. The leading IT corporation in Vietnam is trying hard to develop technology products in various fields such as aviation, medical, automobile control, education, transportation, television technology, etc. which will be used by millions of people worldwide.
“Software exports provide global jobs and career opportunities for thousands of young people in the near future and may outpace that number in the foreseeable future,” said Mr. Hoang Nam Tien
FPT Software currently has 7200 employees, of whom nearly 1,000 are working in 19 offices in 9 countries around the world. There are about 350 customers globally, of which 40 are listed on the Fortune 500 list. Every year, FPT Software sends thousands of employess and onsiters to work abroad for customers around the world such as USA, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, etc.
The company also aims to have 30,000 IT engineers by 2020. In addition, by the year 2020, there will be 4,000 to 10,000 jobs and career opportunities for young engineers. Most of them are global jobs (annual growth numbers of 40%).
In addition, with the expectation of Vietnam becoming a strategic partner of Japan in the field of information technology, FPT Software has planned to train 10,000 brse (Japanese bridge engineer).
Mr. Hoang Nam Tien emphasized that Vietnam is facing an unlimited opportunity in the global IT playground, but the challenge seems to lie only in the ability of the corporation. The biggest challenge is the development of high quality IT human resources with fluent in foreign languages.
Source: FPT Education