25 Feb, 2021

New Year Party

A week after the Tet holiday, we all come back to Hanoi and see the familiar faces at this small party, but the most familiar one is Boss Linh’s face. He showed a gentleman’s face with a gentle smile and a gentle look as if he wanted to say, “If you don’t double your sales this year, then die with me!”. In his hands, there were many red envelopes filled with lucky money to pray for the smooth 2021 year.

25 Feb, 2021

Pass the JLPT exam to get money from the company!

Nothing is better than understanding Japanese at VietIS. The company will sponsor your learning from starting the course until getting a certificate. The only thing you need to mind about is trying to learn. For example, Mr. Do Trong Tien (currently working onsite at a client location) is a shining example of passing JLPT N3 in December 2020.

25 Feb, 2021

Elasticsearch Training

Though ElasticSearch is not a new definition to developers, not everyone can understand it clearly and specifically. To welcome the New Year, Mr. Tran Van Vu – Key Member from Business Unit 5 of Software Development Division – organized a seminar with content related to ElasticSearch. He has many years of experience in Web Programming.

02 Feb, 2021

2020 Sum Up Party and Customer Appreciation Party.

Thanks to our customers and employees, we have achieved our business goals by “overcoming challenges” in the year 2020. And to welcome the year 2021 “continuing to hold beliefs”, we organized a wonderful party for our employees and customers in a warm and pleasant atmosphere.

18 Nov, 2020Company

VietIS attends PTIT Career Day 2020.

Thank you for coming to VietIS booth and showing us a very typical spirit of PTITers. We are looking forward to seeing you in the near future when we become colleagues !!!

04 Nov, 2020Business


Among IT companies in Japan, perhaps none of them are unaware of Japan IT Week.This is the biggest annual event in the IT field. And as usual, on October 28 ~ October 30, Japan IT Week 2020 was held at Makuhari Messe with the participation of nearly 1000 enterprises (coming to exhibit to introduce their services and products) and was expected to have about 50,000 visitors.

10 Oct, 2020Company


1️⃣Being a tester is very simple! It is true that compared to the developer’s work, the tester’s tasks are a little more “leisurely”, due to the following reasons: Without a tester, developers can still make software products. If there is no developer, there is no software to test, meaning that the testing job will not exist. It is difficult to define what is “test done”. For example, the same product over a period of two hours, the hardworking and ‘minded’ tester can test up to 50 test cases, but the lazy tester only tests 30 cases. And in both cases, there may still be bugs. However, the tester job also has many specific pressures as follows: Tester’s workload is not light, and must regularly work overtime no different from developer. Let’s take an example of a regression test. In the case of maintenance, in order to change the functions of existing systems, it only takes developers half an hour to add/remove/edit a feature, while the tester has to test for a week after that is not uncommon. Testers are most afraid of system upgrade projects like that when fixing a single line of code can kill the whole system. Because for large/old systems, a small change can cause a complex impact on many different parts or even the whole system. A tester needs to have a deep understanding of product operations, end-users, as well as software development knowledge. Only when doing so can the tester do the following: – Understand how the system works, and then know the reasons why the system does not work. – Understand the work of the developer better, cooperate better with the team.

30 Sep, 2020Business

[Software Design Training] Level Up at VietIS

VietIS regularly provides training in software development to level up staff skills. Based on company policy which human resources are valued, we order outside companies; and experts will come to VietIS to carry out training.