Hunter Macdonald Continues Significant Expansion of Vietnam Operations

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Hunter Macdonald, the UK based IT delivery and services company, continues its fast-track growth with further investment in its Vietnamese operations. It has opened a new office in Hanoi and has expanded its Ho Chi Minh operation to build out its offshore development centres of excellence.

Having offices in the North and South of the Vietnam allows us access to the exceptional talent Vietnam has to offer the IT industry, our new offices allow us to continue to invest in the country and expand our Vietnamese centres of development excellence

Hunter Macdonald are very pleased to announce that due to the continued and significant growth of their Digital Development practice, they have further expanded their presence in Vietnam. In Ho Chi Minh City, where they have had a presence since 2014, they have moved to a larger office to house their expanding team. They have also opened an additional office in Hanoi.

The growth is due to the success of Hunter Macdonald’s digital transformation business, where it helps private sector businesses and public sector organisations improve the performance and capability of their IT applications and services. This can take the form of helping large enterprises migrate applications to the cloud, or in the public sector it’s often to support the UK government’s goal to become ‘digital by default.’ Their unique approach of offering fixed price commercial terms for agile development has helped them become one of the fastest growing companies in the UK.

“Having offices in the North and South of the Vietnam allows us access to the exceptional talent Vietnam has to offer the IT industry, our new offices allow us to continue to invest in the country and expand our Vietnamese centres of development excellence. Our team consists of some of the best developers, architects and project managers in the world and we’re truly proud of the exceptional applications they develop,” commented Chris Spence, digital development lead and partner at Hunter Macdonald.

Hunter Macdonald has a long term commitment to Vietnam and looks forward to continual expansion of its operations there. They value the fantastic Vietnamese education system which ranks graduates among the best in the world for key subjects such as English, Maths and Science. Hunter Macdonald, along with Google, Microsoft and IBM, are investing heavily in this vibrant part of Asia.

About Hunter Macdonald

Hunter Macdonald is one of the UK’s most respected IT Delivery and Services organisations. They specialise in delivering digital transformation and operational IT services to many of the largest and most prestigious organisations in the world.

In September 2016, they were recognised by the prestigious Sunday Times Tech Track as ‘one to watch’ due to their significant growth and innovative business model. They have also recently been selected as a finalist in Amazon’s Growing Business Awards.

Hunter Macdonald was created by three founders who previously held IT Director and senior leadership roles at FTSE 100 companies. They started the company after realising that the traditional tier one technology providers were no longer providing the levels of service that companies required and they wanted to challenge the status quo by creating a viable alternative that was able to deliver innovative and cost effective solutions and services in a flexible and agile manner.

Over the past two years 7 other directors have joined the board, each of whom were selected due to their experience delivering complex and large scale transformation programmes. This has provided the company with an exceptionally strong board which has allowed them to scale the organisation quickly, the board is supported by an experienced senior management team as well as a large team of highly experienced technologists.

They now deliver a full range of solutions and services to some of the largest and most prestigious organisations in the world. Their private sector clients include many of the most recognised brands globally and they work across sectors which range from Defence and Healthcare through to Retail and Manufacturing. Within the public sector, they work with many of the key central government departments. This includes organisations such as the Ministry of Justice, the Treasury and the Home Office.

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