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Monstar Lab opens renovated Hanoi office

Released at: 17:03, 24/06/2019

Monstar Lab opens renovated Hanoi office

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Japanese IT company opens new and improved office on June 24.

by Phi Linh

Monstar Lab Hanoi, a subsidiary of the Monstar Lab Group, announced on June 24 the opening of its upgraded office to better meet customer requirements and demand.

Formerly Lifetime Technologies, Monstar Lab Hanoi meets the various needs for digital products beginning with operating systems development. Fuzz Productions, an American enterprise in digital product development, merged with the Monstar Lab Group in April, which helped the company establish its new office in America and expand its market to America, Europe and Asia, including Japan.

With the aim of being able to carefully satisfy the requirements and the various needs of customers, Monstar Lab decided to upgrade its office in Hanoi.

Through this renewal, the Japanese company hopes to respond to the requirements of increasing staff to expand its market in the future, cooperate to utilize the working environment, and improve staff creativity and other skills.

On an area of nearly 800 sq m, the renovated office has an open working space and is expected to seat nearly 200 people. Designed on the idea of “Family”, a house image is used throughout the design in all areas, making people feel like they are living and working in their own home. This design is also within the business philosophy of a company being a big home where employees will stay for life.

“We try our best to contribute to the development of the IT industry by providing a working environment where IT engineers can maximize their creativity and capabilities and by satisfying global requirements in the future,” said Mr. Masahiko Matsunaga, Monstar Lab Hanoi Representative and CEO.

Monstar Lab Hanoi develops a wide range of digital products from core systems to smartphone apps, website, and infrastructure construction.

Established in 2006, it develops global sourcing business that provides optimal resources in 15 countries and territories and 26 cities. Its fields range from music distribution and mobile game development to working space provision and robot automation tools.

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