4.0 Industry is blooming now, as a result, everything related to internet is thriving, especially Ecommerce. Creating the website -the first and basic thing to start an E-commerce company can be considered as a core of the business- a wise strategy, while selecting a right development partner will play the main role. Then the IT outsourcing idea appears, and these tips below will provide the basic idea of a full process for picking a perfect web developer.
Short answer? Yes! It’s hard to ignore the growth of Australia’s ICT (Information & Communication Technologies) market. With major investments in both infrastructure and labor, companies like Cisco, IBM and even Warner Brothers have made Australia a global destination for ICT, and the rate of growth in this market shows no signs of slowing. In fact, the Australian Department of Employment predicts the creation of nearly 15,000 new software development and related positions by 2019, a rate of growth that far exceeds the industry average. This is great news for Australia and for the industry, but it does present a challenge.
Right now, today, Vietnam is the top software development outsourcing destination in the world. In fact, this has been the case since 2016, when Cushman & Wakefield named Vietnam as the number one global destination for Business Process Outsourcing (BPO). This is why companies from all over the world choose Vietnamese providers as their trusted partners, and why so many companies continue to invest in Vietnam. So, how you can select a winning development partner for your business? That’s the subject of today’s blog.
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The Singapore software market
Singapore has seen accelerated growth in the information technology sector, from low-cost building companies to innovations in telecommunications, blockchain tech, and more.
However, hiring and retaining engineers in the tech ecosystem is challenging, especially in talent-scarce Singapore. Tech founders are competing against the global landscape where engineers are happy to go where they are most valued.
Compared to its neighbours in South East Asia, Vietnam’s software developers have emerged as global leaders in the fast-paced world of IT. At the forefront of the 4.0 revolution (aka the fourth Industrial Revolution), Vietnam is considered to have the greatest high-tech human resource potential in the region.
According to the October 2017 PwC article “Spotlight on Vietnam”, Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) is one of five business areas in Vietnam with the greatest potential for growth and investment in the near future. (The others are solar and wind energy, luxury hotels, modern agribusiness and food, and retail banking).
Vietnam’s BPO potential is backed by an advanced IT infrastructure and a large workforce that welcomes 40,000 new ICT graduates each year. With the continued growth of digital connectivity and market demands, there is plenty of room to develop the BPO sector across the three main channels of service: domestic/onshore outsourcing, nearshore outsourcing, and offshore outsourcing.