New projects, growing teams, and reopening our offices are the milestones that Orient has accomplished within just a month! Dive into the details with us below.
Our office in Danang has reached 100 headcounts
Orient Danang has been attracting top IT talents in central Vietnam and our base here continues to expand at an impressive rate. In February, Orient’s team in Danang has grown to the number of 100 staffs to serve the rising demands of our global clients. Orient Danang is also considered as our AI hub where Dr. Son Nguyen, Orient’s Branch Director – has been developing a well-verse team to carry out projects that require AI integration. This accomplishment has added to our entire staff counts which has amounted to over 320 employees in total.
Fully reopen our offices
All 6 of our offices in Vietnam, Japan, and Singapore are going back into normal operation after months of working from home. Thanks to the ongoing efforts of the back-office teams, all required sanitization steps have been completed to provide our staffs with a safe and amicable working environment. Check out a short video of our preparation procedures to see what we have prepared to welcome employees back to the offices.
Handing out lucky money to our employees after Tet holiday
As a global outsourcing company with headquarter in Vietnam, Orient has always embraced the tradition of this culturally rich country. To celebrate the start of this Lunar New Year as well as the return of our employees to the office, Orient’s BOD handed out lucky money on the first day of work to keep to morale high and show Orient’s appreciation to our people for their hard work and dedication.
Orient is thoroughly pleased and delighted to receive a flood of amazing news relating to our projects this month. Let us walk you through them all below:
- In February, Orient has acquired a new client in the domain of e-Commerce. Our expertise and hospitality have continued to be recognized by global clients and partners. We have been receiving constant inquiries about services and Orient has successfully won a new client over.
- One of our major projects of the Japan’s market has been completed with 1000 files of Java Unit Testing source being delivered to our client. Throughout this project, Orient has been collecting positive feedbacks in terms our efficiency as well as technical capability.
- Staff augmentation has always been Orient’s strong suit and one of Singaporean client in the field of e-Commerce has trusted us to expand their outsourcing team from 3 members to a total of 10 members in order to response to expansion of their project.
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