Wood Industry Encourages Chief Information Officers to Accelerate Digital Transformation | Business

At the launch ceremony of an initiative to develop a network of chief information officers for the wood and wood processing industry. (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNS/VNA)
– National Private Economic Development Research Council and Ho Chi Minh City Wood Crafts and Industry Association launched an initiative to develop a chief information officer network for the
drink and wood processing industry to support its digital transformation.

Intended to provide professional training, help improve leadership and management capacity to create quality IT solutions and create breakthroughs for businesses, the initiative has attracted a lot of attention.

It will solicit applications from CIOs to attend a two-day training camp designed specifically for the wood industry, to be held between April and July.

The content of the training will provide the information, skills and tools necessary for CIOs to master the digitization and digital transformation of their business.

Next, there will be three workshops on Digital Transformation, Technology Management and Leadership Vision featuring industry leaders.

The launch of the initiative also marked a rapprochement between the board of trustees, which is managed by the government’s Advisory Council for Administrative Process Reform, HAWA, CIO Vietnam and the Asia Foundation in Vietnam (TAF).

According to experts, digital transformation will help companies improve their capacity and corporate governance.

However, since each company has different qualities, there is no common path for them and therefore there are also a number of different solutions, and companies must determine where they are in the digital transformation process. to make the most accurate investment decisions, they added. .

The launch ceremony was held on the sidelines of Vietnam Furniture Matching Week from April 13 to 20./.



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