According to Mr. Tran Huu Duc, CEO of VIISA, he has seen Base.vn as a fast-growing company that meets many requirements of the fund: talented and passionate team; high-quality technology products; and a promising plan for global expansion. Base.vn is the first startup in VIISA’s portfolio for growing startups (Investment Track). Detail of the deal was not revealed.
Base.vn’s mission is to build the best software to empower enterprises
Mr. Duc also added the reason behind this special investment. Accordingly, Base.vn is an integrated platform for enterprise management and operation, with the modern, elegant and easy-to-use products. Unlike traditional softwares, applications within Base platform are built and optimized for specific activities such as hiring, payroll, collaboration, while tightly integrated together in one single platform. Third parties’ applications can also be integrated into Base platform to form a well-rounded solution for all types of enterprises.
With his reputable expertise in Computer Science, Mr. Pham Kim Hung - CEO and Founder at Base.vn - is widely acclaimed for his experience in developing top-quality technology products. Having won the gold medal in International Mathematics Olympiad and graduated from the prestigious Stanford University, Hung is also known as a talented CEO who made it to the 30 Under 30 list by Forbes Vietnam.
Up to present, Base.vn has been serving nearly 500 business customers, with 5 main product lines involving Human Resources, Productivity, Management, Finance, Marketing & Sales.
According to a representative from VIISA, the program specifically aims at innovative and groundbreaking technology solutions. Startups are selected based on criteria such as the strong team to implement the idea; scalable business and sustainable development in the future. Many startups with support from VIISA have achieved great success both in domestic and regional markets.
VIISA is now open for startups to participate in VIISA Acceleration Program Batch 4 at the website www.viisa.vn. VIISA Accelerator Program Batch 4 is scheduled to begin in the fourth quarter of 2018.