Vietnam’s leading technology firm, FPT, has recently been named Silver winner of the COVID-19 Most Valuable Corporate Response category, a part of the 17th Annual International Business Awards®. FPT is the only Vietnamese enterprise to be honoured in this category.

The International Business Awards® is among the eight programs of the Stevie® Awards series and has been recognized as the “Oscars of the business world”. Launched in 2004, this premier business awards program is the world’s only international, all-encompassing business awards program that recognizes excellence in the workplace. This year, the COVID-19 Responses categories were added to the award to honour the contributions of the individuals, groups, and organizations with notable contributions to the fight against the pandemic.

The winners were selected from 3,800 nominations from organizations in 60 countries by 250 executives worldwide. According to the judges, FPT has made a significant contribution to support its local community and government in fighting this epidemic, especially with technologies.


FPT has been actively contributing to the fight against COVID-19 pandemic

Particularly, FPT has leveraged next-gen technologies such as artificial intelligence and robotics process automation to help individuals and enterprises navigate through the crisis. Since the early outbreak of coronavirus, FPT has partnered with Vietnam’s Ministry of Health and introduced a 24/7 chatbot that could handle 5,000 COVID-19 inquires daily. Its AI learning platform VioEdu was also made free for local students of all level during nationwide school closures.

Earlier this June, FPT has donated its 2,000-room university dormitory as a quarantine facility and contributed US$850,000 in medical equipment, including ventilators, disinfectant chambers, and medical protective supplies to the pandemic’s frontline responders. The company also spent great efforts in safeguarding its employees while maintaining business resilience through measures such as upgrading its IT infrastructure for remote working hosting a drill in preparation for possible lockdowns, and so on. FPT has also organized four “rescue flights” to bring its employees, clients and their families from Japan and America back to Vietnam.

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