Vietnam International Bank relies on Microsoft Azure

Tran Nhat Minh (CIO – VIB) and Phan Tu Quyen (Marketing and Operation Lead – Microsoft Vietnam)

Credit: VIB / Microsoft

Vietnam International Bank (VIB) has identified Microsoft Azure as the company’s preferred cloud platform following the signing of a three-year strategic partnership to accelerate time-to-market and innovation levels.

Based on “ease of deployment, scalability and long-term reliability,” the Hanoi-based company aims to design a multi-cloud ecosystem using Microsoft Azure as the primary cloud for core business applications, supported by the ability to run in a secondary environment. “if necessary”.

Over the next three years, VIB will prioritize moving and hosting applications and business platforms in the cloud, while simultaneously modernizing end-user workloads and IT requirements.

In this framework, the two parties will work together to deploy projects on cybersecurity, big data, artificial intelligence (AI), open API, the Internet of things and the modern workplace to meet objectives. broader digital transformation. This will be supported by Microsoft training and certification programs designed to ensure that VIB employees are qualified with the best skills when maximizing new technologies.

“Cloud computing has been the trend of the world,” said Han Ngoc Vu, CEO of VIB. “For the banking sector, it is no longer a technological concept but a strategy that can help improve the customer experience, accelerate product development, strengthen security, optimize costs and be a pioneer in the application of new technologies to services.

“We believe that the use of cloud-based solutions is inevitable in the future, and choosing Microsoft as a strategic partner for the development of multi-cloud platforms is a suitable place for us. “

The partnership has been called a “starting point” for the two teams to work together to support VIB’s efforts to improve efficiency, take advantage of economies of scale and build resilience against infrastructure. basic.

Additionally, Azure will enable VIB to create a “secure, high-speed, low-latency infrastructure” while reducing the cost of integrating multi-clouds with existing IT systems, as well as improving experience capabilities. user.

“Cloud computing has undoubtedly played a central role for financial institutions and in acquiring the agility they need to accelerate innovation,” added Paulo Fernandes, general manager of Vietnam at Microsoft. “With Microsoft Azure as a powerful cloud catalyst, I believe VIB will reap great rewards in terms of customer satisfaction and next-generation banking experience. “

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