“Challenging Vietnam’s digital technology” must solve the “pain” of the society

Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Huy Dung said that the foundations in “Challenging Vietnam’s digital technology” must be an embryo, born from the pains of society, carrying the mission of solving social challenges.

The above message was emphasized by Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Huy Dung at the first event in the series of events forum “Challenge Vietnam digital technology” was held on 9/4.

Find solutions to Vietnamese problems using digital technology

The forum is the new face of the series of events “Technology Friday” in 2021 entitled “Challenge Vietnam digital technology”, towards the goal of finding digital solutions to Vietnamese problems. Male.

An Vui Company was the first technology enterprise to participate in the forum “Challenging Vietnam’s digital technology”, with the intelligent garage management platform Anvui.

Anvui smart garage management solution is a technology platform with the goal of contributing to the digitization of the long-distance passenger transport industry, helping passenger transport businesses transform digitally, manage science, optimize. reduce social waste and improve the competitiveness of transport enterprises before the technological revolution.

At the event, CEO An Vui Phan Ba ​​Manh directly exchanged and answered questions about journalists and users related to the Anvui smart garage management platform.

According to CEO of An Vui Company, Mr. Phan Ba ​​Manh, which began to be developed in 2015, up to now, Anvui smart garage management platform has 28 modules to help digitize the entire garage operation process. There are currently over 150 carriers, with about 4,000 passenger cars using the Anvui platform.

Anvui platform supports garage sales management, drivers, customers, goods, fuel and finance as well as branding, provided with AI PBX, GPS navigation system, ticketing and electronic copper. As a result, the garage saves 30% of the manpower costs, 60% of communication costs and an increase of 30% in ticket sales.

A special point is that at the event, CEO Phan Ba ​​Manh directly exchanged and answered questions about journalists and users related to An Vui smart garage management platform such as: Development orientation of Anvui platform? How can An Vui compete with other solutions? How is the security of customer information and garage business data guaranteed by An Vui? How did An Vui persuade car owners to use their solution for number conversion? What is the cost of using the platform that the garage is paying to use the Anvui platform? …

Everyone attending the event is allowed to vote and evaluate the digital technology platform introduced by the Ministry of Information and Communications.

Immediately after the debate session, the event participants voted publicly for Anvui smart garage management solution, with about 70% voting it as a useful solution.

Different from the old version of “Tech Friday” in 2020, the launch of An Vui solution was completely not to show off technology but to present a solution to a problem from the perspective of a business.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung said: “The interaction with multi-dimensional critical views from the audience, from the media will be the compass to guide technological solutions to the right, to be hit with pain. still exist in society ”.

Sharing more about the innovation of “Technology Friday”, the Deputy Minister said, as Minister Nguyen Manh Hung said: Unlike the previous industrial revolutions, the success of the day shift Now it is not only dependent on technology advancement, or technology owners, but it is the users who apply the technology – the first people who will see the real problems and pain of the commune. Assembly, of life. This statement is the basis for building a new way of foundation launches for the year 2021.

Businesses need empathy to find the right pain of society

Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung also said that 2020 is the starting year country number conversion. 2021 will be a year of action, stronger action to transform the number of countries.

If 2020 is the year to bring digital transformation into light, transforming numbers into a popular concept of the entire population, then 2021 will be the year for active digital transformation to find the pain, problems of social to solve.

This will also be the spirit and guideline of the year transition in 2021 – and is clearly concretized by the forum’s theme: Vietnam’s digital technology challenge.

Deputy Minister Nguyen Huy Dung said that, with the Government and enterprises, sometimes the easiest way to find the right pain lies in only two words “sympathy”.

The practice of implementing digital transformation in 2020 shows that “finding the right problems of society” will often be more difficult and challenging than solving it with technology. In the era of industrial revolution 4.0, every problem has been solved by digital technology. Finding the right problem will lead to correct solutions. Identifying the correct problem means 70-80% of the problem has been solved. Therefore, this is more important and should be prioritized.

“With that in mind, in 2021, not only the Digital Technology Challenge Forum but many other events of the Ministry of Information and Communications on digital transformation will find and solve challenges as the top criteria!“, Deputy Minister said.

The Deputy Minister also pointed out that finding the true pain of society as mentioned above is often not easy. For governments and businesses, sometimes the easiest way to find the right pain lies in the two words “empathy”. Empathy is seeing the pain of ourselves, our family from the pain of others, empathy is seeing the pain of the whole society from the pain of some vulnerable individuals, empathy for solving problems. the pain of others, of society as its own solution of pain.

Van Anh

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