We are a team of like minded engineers and business. We all love the Information Technology, Automation and Data Science. So we would like to leverage the software technologies in supporting transparency in information flows of business networks.
We're living in an emerging country in Southeast Asian - the leading information technology innovation hub. VIETNAM is quickly emerging as a software outsourcing destination. Outsourcing to Vietnam is gaining recognition as a low cost quality software maker in Asia. Vietnam will be a perfect fit for companies looking for a technological advance without having to spend a lot of money.
As Vietnamese idiom says “Có bột mới gột lên hồ” - same as English idiom “you can't make bricks without straw” - we're striving to create a solid fundamental for the team first. We're networking with techies and those who have positive thinking to help us grow.
We're there to help customer to bridge the gaps in IT and business by adopting the service-centric management approach. By connecting the dots, we create the hybrid solutions (it's aka "H+ Solutions"). Steve Jobs once said "That's been one of my mantras — focus and simplicity. Simple can be harder than complex; you have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple.”
TIGO, short for "Tinh Gọn", a Vietnamese word that means "Lean and Optimum". Our slogan "Streamline Your Work" is a key driver to strike the right balance between personalization versus automation, relevance versus frequency etc. Our collective memory with past projects has always kept us vigilant about the typical pain problems in software industry. One of those things is "Keep It Simple, but Significant".
H+ solutions is our recipe for for cost-cutting and bringing added values for business development. It's really one-of-a-kind which couldn't be found in any other IT firms. The key thing is that we respect user needs and product-market-fit instead of forcing clients to follow the worldwide tech trends.
Besides the lean solutions, we also help clients creating the End-to-End systems and End-to-End Experience Design.
Most unhappy customers are our greatest source of learning.