FPT Software makes top outsourcing providers list for third consecutive year

Friday, Feb 19, 2016 17:29

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HA NOI (Biz Hub) — FPT Software, a part of FPT Corporation, has been named in the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP)'s 2016 Global Outsourcing 100 list.

This is the third consecutive year that FPT Software has made the list.

The outsourcing service providers named on the eleventh annual listing includes companies from around the world that provide full spectrum outsourcing services, according to IAOP.

IAOP's list is based on the assessment categories of delivery excellence, size and growth, innovation, and corporate social responsibility.

"Choosing the right partners is more important than ever. Companies that outsource, not only in the traditional sense but also through the wide array of ever-changing collaborative business models are scrutinizing their providers very closely," said Debi Hamill, IAOP CEO.

"The GO100 is the definitive guide to help companies research and compare service providers with whom they are considering relationships," she said.

FPT Software CEO, Hoang Viet Anh, stated that the company's consistent appearance in the IAOP Global Outsourcing list pinpoints its continuous growth to ensure clients always receive services of the highest quality.

"Along with traditional software services, we are focusing on the newest technology trends such as Social, Mobility, Analytics, Cloud (S.M.A.C) and the Internet of Things (IoT)," he added.

As these technology are still new, the disparity among technology companies in the world is not too large. Therefore, the company can compete strongly with others from India and China by building its own solutions and capacity, the CEO explained.

FPT Software is the largest software company in Viet Nam both in revenue and employees.

The company, which has 9,000 employees, earned revenues of US$181 million by the end of 2015, an increase of 34 per cent compared to 2014.

The company has provided services for 400 customers, most of which are large global companies. — VNS

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