Articles tagged with: Outsouce Vietnam
Many Japanese companies are choosing to outsource much of their IT work to Vietnam. According to a November 2006 article in GlobalServices, “Vietnam: Capitalizing on the China-Japan,” by the year 2010 as much as 10% of Japan’s software outsourcing may be sent to Vietnam.
Intel is also heavily reliant on Vietnam to meet its outsourcing needs. In October of 2006, Intel Capital, the unit involved in venture capital for the Intel Corporation, announced a $3.5 million investment in FPT, Vietnam’s largest software company, located in Hanoi. Earlier in that same year, …
For all the reasons described above, Vietnam is clearly an excellent choice for meeting any business’ outsourcing needs. Here is a quantitative summary of the advantages of working with offshore providers located in Vietnam.
Price: Vietnam’s labor costs are significantly lower than those of many other companies.
Labor Force: Vietnam’s labor force has a 96% literacy rate and high scientific and technological knowledge.
Economic Stability: Vietnam has very high GDP growth, with significant foreign investment and membership in the World Trade Organization.
Ethnic/Religious Stability: There are no ethnic/religious conflicts in Vietnam.
Political Stability: Vietnam’s …
Outsource to Vietnam? Offshore development includes software, web design, website, application testing and more. Outsourcing software development is the driving economic force of many emerging countries. India and China are well recognized as the industry leaders for outsourcing software development. Despite their huge market share in offshore development, Vietnam is quickly emerging as a software outsourcing destination. Outsourcing to Vietnam is gaining recognition as a low cost quality software maker in Asia. CIO magazine suggests that to outsource to Vietnam is about 90% cheaper than developing software in the United …
Some of the biggest names in technology are turning to the Asian country for top-notch game design and software development
When Microsoft”s video game unit began looking to offshore some work in 2002, Vietnam was hardly an obvious choice. But after a fact-finding team returned from an Asia-wide tour including stops in India, China, and South Korea, a small outfit named Glass Egg Digital in Ho Chi Minh City was a top contender. After successfully completing a pilot project designing 3-D racing cars used on the Forza Motorsport game installed in …
Outsourcing services are equally as expansive as outsourcing products, and the competitive capabilities of Vietnamese companies are very impressive – even when measured on a global scale.
- Ed Carroll, former VP of Engineering for Egghead.com
Emerging 30 Years Later
April 30th, 2005 marked the 30th anniversary of the end to the Vietnam War…Have things changed? Today, Vietnam has one of the most enviable economic growth rates in the world. In the last 30 years Vietnam, a country the size of Italy with a population the size of Germany has one of the …
This article by Andrew Bibby, in a slightly different form, was first published in the Financial Times, 2003
Trieu Nguyen used to teach architecture to university students in Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon), Vietnam. These days his workplace is a modern office block near the city’s airport and his days are typically spent checking technical drawings for, say, a new secondary school in the Home Counties or a student accommodation block in south London.
Trieu Nguyen is Technical and Compliance Manager with Atlas Industries, a young company which is intent on persuading …