HueCIT supports upgrading the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha Portal in Thua Thien Hue province
5/7/2023 8:46:41 AM
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On May 5, 2023, the website of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha of Thua Thien Hue province, after being upgraded by the Information Technology Center of Thua Thien Hue province (HueCIT), was officially converted and practically run at

With the new appearance of the provincial Vietnam Buddhist Sangha website supported by HueCIT, the design, and reconstruction has been enhanced with many new features, updated with many information about Buddha events, introducing information about temples, monasteries, Zen monks and nuns, visiting Hue pagodas with a 360 panoramic map of Hue ancient temples, administrative documents, circulars, notices, invitations issued by the Board of Directors of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha of Thua Thien Hue province... This is considered a digital library for Buddhists as well as the public when they want to fully learn about Thua Thien Hue Buddhism in particular and Buddhism in general.

This is one of HueCIT's practical activities in supporting units, organizations, and businesses in Thua Thien Hue province to transform digitally. From 2022 up to now, HueCIT has actively participated in the program "Supporting digital transformation for enterprises in 100 days" of the province with products that have been honored by the Vietnam Digital Communications Association "Typical digital products". In addition, HueCIT is also a unit for three consecutive years (from 2020, 2021, 2022) honored by the Vietnam Digital Media Association as a "state agency, a unit of outstanding digital transformation".

In the coming time, HueCIT will appoint a member in charge of organizing a guidance class and handing over technology to the Office of the Executive Board and Information and Communication Board of the Provincial Vietnam Buddhist Sangha, contributing to the practical implementation of digital transformation to support communication and administrative work of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha in Thua Thien Hue province.

Communication Division/ HueCIT
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