IT outsourcing company NashTech, was rated number 3 Software Development company in a recent survey of ‘100 best places to work’ in Vietnam. Just behind technology heavyweight Microsoft, NashTech (listed under its Harvey Nash group affiliation) came out strongly ahead of companies such as IBM, Intel and HP.
The survey, by local company Anphabe and market researcher Nielsen, involved over 9,000 participants from more than 1,000 companies. Notably, the six main scoring criteria (salary-benefits-bonuses, development opportunities, culture and values, leadership, work-life balance and corporate reputation) re-emphasised the importance of culture, talent development and reputation in attracting and retaining staff.
Paul Smith, NashTech Chairman, commented that; ‘Staff satisfaction is key to talent retention and in the software development environment, staff and thus knowledge retention, is critical to consistent, successful service delivery. This ranking is an affirmation of our focus on talent management, creating an enjoyable, productive culture and client satisfaction’.
The results, announced and awarded on 14th February in Ho Chi Minch city, also saw NashTech, ranked in the top 30 amongst all companies in the country. Again, NashTech stood out from its IT peers, rated the number one Multinational within Software Technology in Vietnam. Said Paul Smith; “This ranking reflects the high quality IT professionals that Nash Tech attract to the business.”