Microsoft has appointed Nguyen Quynh Tram as its managing director for Vietnam, replacing Pham The Truong who led the tech giant in the country for more than four years.
Tram will oversee Microsoft operations in Vietnam and be responsible for accelerating the country’s digital transformation in ambition of becoming a high-income economy by 2045, the company announced Tuesday.
Tram, an MBA from ESSEC Business School, was the head of Google operations in Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand before joining Microsoft.
New Microsoft Managing Director for Vietnam Nguyen Quynh Tram. Photo courtesy of Microsoft
Prior to that, she was the Vice President and General Manager for FOX Networks Group and has held leadership positions in telecommunication and media firms.
Tram said she is “grateful” for the opportunity to join Microsoft, and is looking forward to “supporting our customers, partners, and people in this great digital journey the whole country has been boldly embracing.”
Microsoft opened its representative office in Vietnam in 1996, and established a branch in the country in 2006.
Its core activities in Vietnam include modern workplace and business solutions, data and cloud infrastructure, and artificial intelligence.
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