The Petrochemical and Energy software producer hopes the new government will bring Thailand forward as a stable nation, to increase investor confidence.
Neon Infotech South East Asia CEO Harsh Sethi urges the new government to further develop technologies for the energy business sector, especially in the field of technological education for youth.
He said creating more knowledgeable workers will help manufacturers reduce production costs.
He added that if the political situation remains calm, an increasing number of investors will invest in Thailand.
He said the trend for software products in the industrial and petrochemical sectors will continue to expand in line with the energy sector's growth.
Neon said Infotech South East Asia has generated some 2.5 to 3 million U.S. dollars, and plans their growth target at 30 percent this year.
He added that the company is the only all-in-one provider for this type of product.