In the current context, optimizing costs and resources for production and business activities is one of the important goals of any business and any department. Thus, the IT team is no exception.
However, when faced with large amounts of data within manual tasks, it is difficult for operators to limit errors, reduce delays, and improve inefficient systems. Since then, the need arises to automate the process, automate the infrastructure, while still ensuring security factors, which are indispensable in today’s IT strategies.
For this reason, on June 2nd, UNIT cooperated with Red Hat, Palo Alto, Couchbase and distributor Tech Data to organize a Seminar with the topic SEAMLESS AUTOMATION IN THE NEW ERA OF DIGITALIZATION.
Throughout the seminar were the sharing of experts on how to automate business processes, manual tasks, link operations between different departments and platforms as well as to ensure stability and privacy according to international standards.
At the seminar, Mr. Le Hoang Son – CEO of UNIT Technology Joint Stock Company and Mr. Nguyen Vu Thien An – Technology Director of UNIT Technology Joint Stock Company together with experts shared about the above topic as well as introduce to customers the products and Digital Business Automation Platform in which UNIT is developing.
Speaking at the ceremony, Mr. Le Hoang Son said: “UNIT is a technology company specializing in providing Software Products and Solutions in the fields of Finance, Banking, Insurance and Management with a reputation in the Vietnam market and abroad. UNIT is currently developing the BPA Digital Business Automation Platform that is being used by many businesses and organizations, which helps to continuously optimize and redesign business processes, create ideal customer experience in the shortest time among improve productivity”
Participating in the seminar was the sharing of experts from Red Hat, Palo Alto, Couchbase, and Tech Data as well as lucky draw along with valuable gifts awarded.
The seminar was held successfully and professionally, leaving good impressions for attendees