Harvey Nash’s NashTech named 2nd largest tech company in Vietnam by VINASA
NashTech, part of Harvey Nash Group plc, has been recognised again as the 2nd largest technology company in Vietnam in the official 2017 ‘Top 50 IT Companies’ list by the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association – VINASA.
The “Top IT Companies” list has been a VINASA initiative since 2014 in the effort to select and honour leading IT firms. The list is selected by a reputable committee who use a set of strict criteria and international standards.
NashTech has been steadily climbing this list and since 2014 has been listed second, which it says proves the company’s commitment in investing, growing and developing its business in Vietnam.
Since setting up operations in Vietnam in 2000, NashTech has worked with some of the world’s leading brands, including Google, Ford and NSK, to deliver technology, software and business process outsourcing services, through its workforce of over 2,000 professional engineers and process specialists.
Across the UK and much of the Western World the shortage of tech talent, paired with a growing urgency to get products and services to market, is creating a huge demand for augmented resourcing.
Paul Smith, NashTech CEO, shared, “We expect to significantly increase our export of services from Vietnam to global markets, bringing valuable new jobs to Vietnam’s industry with new skill sets and experience for the workforce. Empowering our engineers to innovate and open their inventive nature to our clients has been key to our growth.”
NashTech is the second largest tech business and largest foreign tech business in Vietnam and is constantly working towards becoming number one in the market. NashTech has taken concrete steps to build a platform for sustainable technology development and transform the business through technology and software innovation. Key to the organisation’s growth is building and nurturing top talent.
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