Accordingly, the two companies will focus on medium-term and long-term cooperation. Recruit Technologies will authorise FPT Software to conduct projects and supply software development services.
At a signing ceremony in Danang on December 15, FPT Group General Director Bui Quang Ngoc affirmed that Recruit Technologies has chosen Danang as a development centre in line with FPT group’s development strategy.
FPT will continue to invest in Danang’s high-tech infrastructure development and its University and other regional universities will develop human resources to meet the city’s demands, Ngoc said.
Since 2012, FPT Software has implemented its mandating of software exploitation services together with Recruit Technologies in support of Japanese projects.
The newly-signed MoU is expected to help FPT Software expand its operation in Japan – the most important market in its global strategy – targeting to earn US$200 million from now to 2017.
Van Huu Chien, Chairman of the Danang City People’s Committee, said the city always welcomes Japanese investors, especially in the field of information technology for mutual benefits.
Danang is twined with Japan’s Yokohama and Kawasaki cities.