- The first office of FPT Software, the top provider of IT solutions in Vietnam, opened in Denmark on September 5, bringing the company's total number of foreign locations to 59.
- The company has set its sights on becoming one of Europe's top 10 digital transformation service providers by 2025.
The new office expands FPT Software's presence in Europe to seven countries. It is situated in Kongens Lyngby, a commercial district that is home to several significant businesses, including Microsoft, COWI A/S, and Bang & Olufsen, among others. Its goal is to investigate the potential for long-term and creative growing business.
FPT Chairman Dr. Truong Gia Binh said, “Denmark is one of Vietnam’s largest foreign investors. As Vietnam’s leading corporation, FPT believes that with this newly opened office, we will contribute to strengthening the relationship between the two countries and act as a bridge between both sides’ businesses."
The tenth year of FPT Software's existence in Europe will be 20. After ten years, FPT Software Europe now employs 500 people in seven different countries and services approximately 100 companies, including RWE, Schaeffler, Airbus, and E.ON, among others.
In terms of digital development, Scandinavia has been in the lead. The Danish government, one of the success stories in the area, recently unveiled a new digitalization plan in May 2022 to accelerate the green transition and boost skills and exports through technological advancements.
Addressing the launch, Vietnamese Ambassador to Denmark Luong Thanh Nghi added, “I am very pleased to see FPT Software, a pioneering Vietnamese company in IT services, open its representative office in Denmark. This is the first time a big Vietnamese enterprise has set foot in the Danish market – one with very high standards. FPT Software's presence in one of the world's leading countries for technology and digital transformation has shown that Vietnamese businesses can fully reach out to the world.”
This allows international investors to grow in Scandinavia in industries like artificial intelligence, finance, robotics, etc.
By 2025, the firm wants to rank among Europe's top 10 providers of services for digital transformation.