In order to spread the IT spirit of learning and improve the learning environment, create convenience and help students at the school to effectively interact with technology. Last Saturday, October 26, 2019, UNIT joined the IT Connects Us project team of JCI Central Saigon to organize the program "COMPUTER SCIENCE ACTIVITIES AND SCHOLARSHIP & EQUIPMENT GRANTING". The program is also supported by KASE Technology Education Company and some other parties.
At the event, there were plenty of interesting activities with games to stimulate the spirit of learning Computer Science. Four game stations with seemingly simple topics but the message about Computer Science:
- The Binary Number
- Sorting Networks
- Routing and deadlock
- Information Hiding
In addition, the project team also presented Loc Ninh High School with meaningful gifts such as 5 desktop sets and scholarships for students who are particularly interested and want to develop with Computer Science…
Giving speech at the event, Ms. Bui Thi Huyen, representative of UNIT, expressed her pleasure when UNIT Corp had the opportunity to accompany the project to bring positive values to the community. This is not just a normal support activity, with this project, UNIT and the BTC program hope to welcome future engineers, develop more on the country's technology and can continue to inspire the next generation
On October 22, Mr. Le Hoang Son – UNIT Corp’s Director was presented at Nalod Hotel Danang to attend the UNIT Certification Ceremony as one of the top 50 +10 leading IT Enterprises in Vietnam 2019. This is an honorable award voted by Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA).
DMS - Distribution, Compensation & Benefits (C&B) Management System has been developed and provided by UNIT in Vietnam market that brings many optimal benefits
On 12 July 2019 at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, Mr. Le Hoang Son – UNIT Corp’s CEO and Mr. Nguyen Vu Thien An – UNIT Corp’s Delivery Director have attended FORCS biggest FinTech event of the year – Innovate Financial Services