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Good news: LARION wins Leading ITO Enterprises 2015

On 15 October 2015, at the Vietnam Information Technology Outsourcing Conference (VNITO) held at Reverie Saigon Hotel (Times Square), Ho Chi Minh City, LARION was honored to receive the Leading IT Outsourcing Enterprises 2015 Award.

The Leading IT Outsourcing Enterprises 2015 Award is within the framework of the Vietnam Outsourcing Excellence Award 2015 initiated by the VNITO Organizing Committee. The Award Council consisted of local and foreign IT outsourcing experts. They are independent experts and representatives of international professional organizations and associations such as KPMG, IDC, HCA, HITECHA, AMCHAM, EUROCHAM, CANCHAM, GBA, and JICA.

(Mr. Lai Duc Nhuan, CEO of LARION Computing, received the “Leading IT Outsourcing Enterprises 2015” award on behalf of the company)

The Vietnam Outsourcing Excellence Award 2015 consists of three categories, i.e. the “Top 10 Outsourcing Enterprises” (for 10 IT outsourcing companies with the highest revenues); the “Leading Outsourcing Enterprises” (with revenues in 2014 being VND40 billion or more, or 50 employees or more and an average revenue growth rate of 20% or more for three consecutive years 2012-2014; and the “Emerging Outsourcing Enterprises” (with 50 employees or more in 2014, or revenues in 2014 reaching VND20 billion or more, or with 20 employees in 2014 and an average revenue growth rate of 20% or more for three consecutive years 2012-2014). The results were that 10 companies won the Top 10 Outsourcing Enterprises Award, 14 won the Leading Outsourcing Enterprises Award and 9 received the Emerging Outsourcing Enterprises Award.

Mr. Lai Duc Nhuan, CEO of LARION, said, “This Award is an achievement of pride of all the employees of LARION over the past time. They have made great efforts at work to always provide high work performance and bring in customer satisfaction. This achievement has proved that a collective effort of all company members has created great power of attachment among over 150 people to look at the same direction – creating the best products and solutions that exceed customers’ satisfaction. Moving forwards, management of LARION is committed to take determination to overcome all barriers and challenges in the process of international economic integration, and together create new success stories for both customers and ourselves.”

In addition to high business performance, LARION has enjoyed recognition in terms of certifications of CMMI Level 3 and ISO 9001 – 2008, Top 1% rank in the list of outsourcing service providers of Elance/Upwork for Ruby on Rails, HTML5, CSS3 and the Top 30 Vietnam ICT Companies 2014 Award granted by the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA).

Previously, on 14 October 2015, at New World Saigon Hotel, LARION took the pride to receive the Top 40 Vietnam IT Companies 2015 Award granted by VINASA. LARION ranked 9th among leading IT companies of Vietnam in the IT outsourcing industry.

VINASA’s award is an official award in the IT industry, which was launched for the first time in 2014 with the aim of introducing Vietnam’s leading IT companies to potential markets and customers and promoting the image of Vietnam’s ICT sector in the world market. This year, 40 companies were selected from over 100 nominees.

Mr. Nguyen Quang Huy, Vice Director of LARION Computing, said: “This award once again affirms the position and experience of LARION in the ICT sector. I would like to thank all the employees of the company who have made significant contributions to LARION’s achievement. Without dedication from talented employees, the company would find it hard to obtain such a big success. LARION hopes to make bigger contributions to the development of the IT industry in Ho Chi Minh City in particular and Vietnam in general.”

LARION’s staff is full of joy to receive several pieces to good news during one week. The company members are determined to join hands to overcome all challenges and difficulties to achieve new victories in the future, in the context of Vietnam’s accession to TPP and the ASEAN Economic Community.

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