Mr. Ngo Dien Hy

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
VNPT-IT

TOPIC

Technology 4.0 for building digital banking

BIOGRAPHY

Mr. Ngo Dien Hy is chief executive officer (CEO) of VNPT Information Technology Company (VNPT-IT), previously he has several major positions in developing and providing digital services of VNPT Group such as Director of Services Development Center belong to VNPT VinaPhone, CEO of VNPT Media Corporation.
In past, Mr. Hy won a bronze medal of The International Mathematical Olympiad in 1991. He earned bachelor’s degree in Information Technology from Hanoi University of Science and Technology in 1996, and Executive MBA from Shidler College of Business, The University of Hawaii in 2010.
He joined VNPT Group in 1996, bringing more 24 years of senior management positions in Research and Development, Deployment and Operation a lot of ICT systems with wide areas: Telecommunication, Enterprise, Healthcare, Education and eGovernment… He is also known as Expert in Digital Transformation, especially for Government and Enterprise.
As a pioneer in VNPT’s Digital Transformation Strategy, he has been got the believes from Chairman Board for founding and rapidly growing Digital Service Subsidiaries among the Group: VNPT Media Corporation in 2015 and VNPT-IT in 2018. By strategic vision, he has been giving direction to research, develop and apply the top Industrial 4.0 technologies: AI, Big Data, Block Chain, IoT, Cloud Computing into VNPT-IT’s digital products.
VNPT-IT is the key company in the digital transformation of VNPT group, with the vision of being a leading enterprise, and a leading role in the national digital transformation. VNPT-IT has been building and implementing many big, national projects, which are the important platforms for the implementation of national digital transformation such as: Vietnam Data Exchange Platform VDXP; National public Service portal; National Reporting system; National Database of Population.

ABSTRACT

The establishment of administrative procedures environment has acquired some noticeable results, especially the considerably large amount of level 3 & 4 online public services.
However, the efficiency of this and populace’s reception are limited by the lack of legal frameworks for online administrative procedures; foundation database for citizens and landing late for implementing, distracted digitalization of Ministries, sectors and localities’ data; lack of regulations on electronic identification and authentication, regulations on connecting, sharing and reusing administrative procedure results and regulations on public service quality control.
From that reality, the Government has been coming up with specific solutions to improving administrative procedures and public service delivery for citizens and enterprises.