Winners of the Vietnam Digital Awards 2022 were announced at a ceremony on October 9, honouring 49 organisations and businesses.
The winners include 27 digital products, services and solutions; seven businesses and organisations; seven state agencies; and several others.
|Winners at the Vietnam Digital Awards 2022 |
Addressing the event, Nguyen Huy Dung, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications said, “Digital transformation is a process. Through the awards, awarded organisations and businesses will continue contributing more to national digital transformations. The honoured solutions will keep seeing improvements and make advances to meet the demands of locals and businesses alike."
The Vietnam Digital Awards have been launched for five years and have shown impressive figures, including approaching 10,000 businesses, attracting more than 1,000 applicant documents, and honouring over 300 units and individuals.
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By Bich Thuy