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As part of the series of events “Appreciation of AT&A former employees”, we met again Mr. Nguyen Duy Khanh – an extremely famous face of AT&A until now.

(Mr. Duy Khanh during the 2009 AT&A team building trip in Da Nang)

Visiting Mr. Khanh, we were honored to be led by Mr. Khanh to take a tour around the international standard office of his bank and enjoy cups of coffee from the 9th floor view. He is still an active person, creative and especially capable of capturing everyone’s attention as always. We and Khanh talked about the present, the past and future plans. Our CEO Mr.Lai Tuan Anh especially appreciated his growth and the successes that he is building.

(From left to right: Mr. Hong Khai, Our CEO Mr. Lai Tuan Anh, Mr. Duy Khanh and Mr. Nhat Anh)

Khanh joined AT&A after graduating from the VNU University of Engineering and Technology. He was a key DBA officer at that time, participating and contributing to many large-scale and key projects of AT&A such as the ITIL and CoBiT process consulting project for the Vietnam State Treasury (VNST), project on evaluating and consulting on sizing the TCS state budget collection system, the consulting project on building a Data Warehouse of the General Department of Customs. Especially the projects that marked the development of AT&A database service until now, that is the project of evaluating and optimizing the core system of BIDV, PGBANK.

Sharing about the farthest and longest business trip, Khanh mentioned that the trip was to upgrade the DIV database for Hai Phong, Da Nang, Khanh Hoa, Ho Chi Minh branches, and all customers. Partners & customers both highly appreciated and supported AT&A’s technical team.

(Giving Mr.Khanh a gift of gratitude for the great efforts he made at AT&A)

The generation of Mr. Khanh, Mr. Khang, Mr. Toan, Mrs. Hong Anh … is the generation that marked a very important milestone in the development of AT&A. We thank Mr. Khanh for his merits and also did not forget to wish Mr. Khanh good things & success. In the future, AT&A hopes to still cooperate with him to consult and share more of his experiences!