what we do
As a leading offshore software development company, ISB Vietnam helps your business thrive through our quality software development outsourcing services and cutting-edge products.
At ISB Vietnam, we believe in making a positive difference to our
clients through our software development outsourcing services.
As an award-winning offshore software development company in Vietnam, we’ve been delivering the excellent solutions to many clients for over 19 years since 2003.
Our AI Thermal Camera is the advanced solution for non-contact access control and attendance management. AI Thermal Camera provides the perfect solution for access control with not only temperature measurement function but also mask detection, AI face recognition technology, and much more. Total solution of AI Thermal Camera and SmartCare System keeps your employee’s health safety, attendance management, security all under control. ISB Vietnam makes security, efficient access control, and time attendance tracking easier than ever.
what we can
Develop a wide range of applications in financial industries.
Provide inclusive services from system development to maintenance.
Have notable experience in developing applications in medical field..
Many achievement in application development, system by CMS and built website campaign combined with SNS.
Develop mobile applications with beautiful UI on several platforms.
Middleware development basing on Android, and embedded software development and porting.
Develop protocol stack such as WiMAX and WiFi. Control software development of Mobile Phone Base Station.
Server is necessary for providing services. We have achievements with both cloud and server.
YOU WERE SO GREAT- OUR BADMINTON PLAYERS!
Last Saturday - September 10, 2022, the IVC badminton team with a total of 6 male players divided into 3 pairs, represented the company to attend the "TAN BINH DISTRICT TRADITIONAL BADMINTON TOURNAMENT- 247 CUP” which was organized by the Business Association and Labor Union of Tan Binh District.
Although this was the first time our badminton team participated in a district tournament, we played very hard, promoting the spirit of sportsmanship and solidarity. The final result was that all our three pairs were lucky to advance to the 2nd round of the tournament.
Although we could not go to the final round of the tournament and win the championship trophies made of elements such as gold, silver, or bronze, our players have done much more, they won the trophy made of “solidarity” to all the fans and all IVCers.
Together, we did our best and we were the winners. The only thing that we are missing is the playing experience - which will definitely be perfected in the coming years- we believe!
In order for the tournament to be a great success, we would like to express our deep gratitude to the BOD for creating conditions for our team to participate in the tournament and the most sincere thanks to the many fans who came to cheer on us. The enthusiastic cheers of the fans boosted the spirits of all players and made an important contribution to the success of this tournament.
This year's badminton tournament has ended and left many unforgettable memories.
Once again, thank you for the enthusiastic competition of all players!
We still have many appointments at the IVC Badminton Club every Tuesday & Thursday! Let’s join us.
HOW TO RECHARGE ENERGY AFTER A HARD WORKING DAY
Have you ever felt tired and out of energy after a long day at work, and cannot focus on anything?
I am working in ISB Vietnam as a saleswoman, sometimes I feel under pressure and stressed at work.
When I get tired and feel burned out, my motivation and communication can negatively impact my professional image as a saleswoman.
This may be the right time to be recharged ASAP!
In this post, I would like to share with you some quick tips from my experience that help overcome it, and hope it is helpful for you to refresh yourself when you are in the same situation.
Get moving – do yoga at home, take a dance break, go for a walk and do something that doesn’t require sitting.
Get a warm bath or shower–a great way to leave tiredness and stress from work behind is by washing away all the tension from your body. Water can help calm your soul and mind. You can take a hot bath or shower to help relax the muscles. Then, continue with a splash of cold water to make the body recover.
Turn on some tunes – listen to your trusty favorites or try something new like different kind of music or relaxing spa sounds.
Be a foodie – cook something, try a new recipe, brew some coffee, and eat some fruits you’ve never tried before.
Give your pets some love – take a play break, bathe them, take them for a walk and play with them.
Spend time with close friends and family – recharge by spending more time with people who boost you up as opposed to surrounding yourself with those who bring you down.
Talk with a positive-thinking person– reduce present stress and help us feel better about the future.
Get more sleep– sleep is the ultimate body recharger. Experts recommend seven to nine hours of sleep per night for healthy adults ages 26 to 64. Getting fewer than six hours of sleep per night is a major risk factor for burnout at work.
Take a day off – read a magazine or a book, walk outside and breathe fresh air, and gossip with your friend.
Take a trip– try and take time out to go for a trip with your loved ones. A change of scenery can help the mind and body equally.
Recharging after work is a very vital thing to do every day. If you fail to recharge, your health is affected negatively. Make it a habit and you will become more productive at work.
By learning how to recharge after work, you live a healthy lifestyle.
HAPPY MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL 2022
A loving moon season is nearly coming, reminding us of the joy and excitement of childhood.
On Mid-Autumn Festival- reunion season, nibbling on mooncakes and sipping tea with loved ones is the symbol of happiness and peace.
Understanding that profound meaning, IVC Company cooperates with the Trade Union to give all employees the mooncake gift boxes from the premium brand of Brodard instead of deep thanks to your companionship, which has contributed to a strong resource for the overall development of our company.
We really hope that these small gifts can spread the meaning of the spirit, the traditional value of connection.
May the round moon bring you a happy family and a successful future!
Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!
Working in Vietnam as a foreigner
Working in foreign countries is never easy.
There are many differences from working in your country; language, culture, business etiquette, etc.
Those differences can work against you instead of enjoying them if you don’t understand them.
I’ve worked in several different countries in the past and have experienced different cultures.
Understanding the unique aspects of each country would help you have reasonable expectations and avoid frustration.
Vietnam is no exception.
Most of the Vietnamese people I worked with have high work ethics.
I cannot count how many times I was pleasantly surprised by their support at work.
They also value the time outside work to spend quality time with families and friends.
I've seen many colleagues have healthy balance between work and time with important ones.
Another thing I’ve noticed is the high engagement in team building, year-end parties, company trips, and the like.
I think it’s a good way to boost morale and helps teamwork and information sharing.
Who doesn’t want high morale at work after all?
Also, there are challenges I’ve faced while working in Vietnam.
One of them is the language barrier; English communication is not quite easy in Vietnam.
I had quite a few challenging times because of the language barrier.
Having an expectation that there will be a miscommunication no matter how carefully you put out your words made it easier for me to adapt to the workplace without stressing over it.
You may want to choose chat communication or email to avoid miscommunication with colleagues you have difficulty in understanding due to the language barrier.
Working in Business development department in ISB Vietnam, I have many opportunities to work with business partners and customers.
Most of them are Vietnamese people and working with them is one of the most precious experiences I had in Vietnam.
Whatever country you choose to work, I believe the key to smooth transition is communication and respect.
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Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam Unit 3.1, E-town 2 Building, 3rd Fl., 364 Cong Hoa St., Tan Binh Dist., Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam