(VOV) - SAP Asia Vietnam has announced it will establish a new office in HCM City and a SAP Research Centre Vietnam.
Director General of SAP Asia Vietnam, Srinivas Adimulam, emphasized that Vietnam is one of the most dynamic markets in South East Asia. The opening of the new office will boost SAP’s development strategies in the country, affirming its long-term commitments to investing in the Vietnamese IT market to fully tap its potential.
SAP also unveiled a plan to establish a SAP Research Centre in Vietnam - the 15 th of its kind in the world and the first in South East Asia.
The centre will promote diversity, and provide software and service solutions for the Information Technology (IT) sector. All 40 members of staff at the centre are highly qualified Vietnamese experts, indicating that SAP trusts Vietnamese IT talent as well as the potential for research and development in the country’s dynamic market.
SAP Asia said that the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University and Vietnam-Germany University will be the first to be involved in the SAP’s University Alliance Programme (UAP) cooperative training programme. This is a global initiative to develop innovative teaching curricula using the most advanced technologies.