As a technology partner of FORCS, a leading company in report sample solutions, electronic documents and digital form, FPT Software recently participated in one of their conference in Singapore named FORCS FinTech Conference.

The conference is FORCS’s annual event, attracting experts on financial technology and leaders/ managers in the field of consulting, finance, banking and investors. This year’s event took place on July 14th under the theme “The Digital Revolution in Financial Service”, which attracted nearly 120 representatives from big corporations such as HSBC, ANZ, Standard Chartered, DBS, OCBC, KPMG, Daimler, BNP Paribas, etc.

Joining the event, FPT Software had the chance to share the company’s expertise and technology solutions for the financial field that the company is researching and deploying, including typical success stories for clients. These include data analysis solutions for stock market forecasting based on Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, AI Chatbot for Banking industry, Blockchain in mortgage lending, Facial Recognition for Insurance, etc. These solutions have been proven to significantly reduce the cost and time of operation, enhance the efficiency and quality of FPT Software’s clients’ services and products. For more information on FPT Software’s expertise on Financial Services, please visit 

Currently, FPT Software has over 700 IT engineers and technology specialists working at a strategic unit focusing on technology for financial services, in charge of researching and deploying financial solutions for clients in US, Japan, Europe and Asia-Pacific. In addition to traditional services such as Development, Legacy Modernization, Testing and Maintenance, FPT Software is promoting Fintech and Digital Transformation services in the financial service field with new technologies such as Robotics Process Automation (RPA), Blockchain, AI Chatbot, Analytics – Business Intelligence (BI), Mobility and Cloud. For more information on FPT Software’s Digital Transformation programs, please visit