Having a comprehensive system will enable top managers to manage human resources especially in financial and accounting aspects more effectively in the most effective way to compete globally. Today, we’ll discuss further on 3 among 6 basic ways to use technology to shape up financial strategies and increase financial performance.
HCMC – In July 2014, TRG, together with Vi An Company and Friends from HCM city, sponsor and organise to give out 400 gifts (which include daily necessities such as blankets, mosquito nets, cooking pots, clothes, sandals, salt and soap) for the needy families in remote areas of the Northern provinces of Viet Nam, specifically Sai Nga town of Phu Tho province; Muong Khuong and Bat Xat towns of Lao Cai province and Ban Phung town of Sapa, Lao Cai province. Especially in many towns of Lao Cai and Sapa, the level of intellectual and living standards are still very low. In some areas, they don’t even have electricity for daily use, not to mention the access to any electrical equipment.
The program has received great support and contributions from individuals, entrepreneurs and Board managers of TRG. The total amount of money and goods collected has reached 200 million VND, equivalent to nearly 10,000 USD.
Ho Chi Minh City - TRG employees and their family members had an exciting one-day tree planting trip along with outdoor activities in Cai Lay, Tien Giang on Saturday, 24th May. This is the 6th time the company undertakes this green activity to give out the green gift for our surrounding environment.
Risk management is an irreplaceable part of any enterprise in order to run every business project more effectively, safely as well as less costly. However, not all project managers have enough time, effort and teams to identify the risk correctly and take action ontime to prevent the risks to become real problems. In the last post, we discussed about the first 5 golden rules of project risk management. Today, we're going through the remaining 5 rules in risk management:
Topics: Risk Management
Ever since the economy crisis in 2008 – 2009, organisations have to face with a lot of changes in order to adapt with the fluctuated environment as well as to ensure their survivals in the competitive market. Recent survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit in March 2013 has found out that firms are slowing down their recovering process and paying more attention to risk management (Apostolik, R, 2013). As a result, effective and accurate risk alignment will help minimise the impact of threats, maintain project’s timeliness as well as keep the actual costs on track with the budget. Here are 10 golden rules to help managers to manage project risks effectively.
Topics: Risk Management
Ho Chi Minh City, 17th April – TRG again sponsored an RMIT Vietnam Career Networking Night, this time held at the Hotel Nikko Saigon yesterday. Over 200 hundred RMIT students from different majors and 30 companies attended the event. This is one of many career activities TRG attends as sponsor/speaker that aims to help both RMIT undergraduates and alumni learn about career opportunities.
HCMC – Yesterday, 26th March 2014, TRG marked its success in the first ERP event ever for manufacturing industry: “The future of ERP in Manufacturing”, and promised new values for businesses in the industry by presenting new concepts and insights into the present challenges.
Ho Chi Minh City – On 21st November 2013, TRG is certified as a Silver Microsoft Partner in 2013 and recognised as an expert in 6 competencies: Hosting, OEM, Data Platform, Devices and Deployment, Collaboration and Content, and Midmarket Solution Provider. This industry recognition also gives TRG the advanced competitive advantages in the market; henceforth, enhance our credibility in the solutions and services that we are offering.
Ho Chi Minh City, November 13th 2013 – TRG’s annual team building trip took place at Phu Quoc, also known as Jade Island (Đảo Ngọc), on Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th November.
It should have been fun to run a business and profit from it. Business is still a great way for some entrepreneurs to create a legacy and profit from a system larger than one person. Yet, business has its risks. Whole you can work with some risks and mitigate them; some others are beyond our control. It’s the kind of risks that we can control what business owners have to think about.