AIT eyes Bt5.4 bn revenue this yearAdvanced Information Technology has set this year's revenue target at Bt5.4 billion.
AIT's backlogged projects are worth Bt3.4 billion, of which Bt3 billion worth are expected to be realised this year, president Siripong Oontornpan said.
The company expects the outlook for the information and communications technology industry to be bright this year, driven by many state projects.
It aims to bid this year for at least Bt11 billion worth of projects.
Nokia names new
Nokia has appointed Yantana Simavanichkul as the new managing director for Nokia (Thailand) Ltd, whose key mission is to ensure the company's growth and success and enhance its position in smart-phone market.
Before this position, he spent five years as head of sales at Nokia Thailand.
He has been with Nokia's Thai unit since 1994.