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FPT enters kingdom

FPT enters kingdom

FPT Information System Corporation (FIS), a subsidiary of leading Vietnamese IT company FPT Corporation (FPT), launched its first Cambodian office on Wednesday as part of its strategy to expand its international presence. At an official opening ceremony held at the Raffles Hotel Le Royal, Ngo Anh Dung, Vietnam’s ambassador to Cambodia, said FIS new presence was welcomed by the Cambodian IT market, which he called “new and dynamic”. Phung Viet Thang, an FIS vice president, outlined the company’s strategy to serve existing customers who wish to expand to Cambodia and increase its cooperation with domestic IT firms. Since 2007, FIS has provided banking, billing and customer services to Cambodian companies such as the Foreign Trade Bank of Cambodia, Public Bank Cambodia, Metfone and Beeline, a company statement said. A spokesperson for FPT said it is the largest technology company listed on the Vietnamese stock exchange.


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