Success Software is pleased to announce a new strategic shareholder, Nihonkikaku Co., Ltd. (NKC) of Japan. During Success Software’s company-wide end of year celebration on January 12 in Ho Chi Minh City, the CEO Thanh Tran welcomed NKC Director Mr. Teppei Toshi on behalf of the Success Software board of directors, and introduced employees to the new equity partnership. Mr. Toshi further welcomed the new partnership, elaborating on NKC’s commitment to Success Software’s continuing growth and describing the importance of Success Software to NKC’s long term strategy.

Founded in 2012, Success Software recently celebrated their 10-year anniversary. During that time, the company has quickly grown into a leading global provider of software development outsourcing. Today, they boast a customer base spanning four continents and an array of industries. With world-class delivery centers located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, Success Software’s dedicated teams rival the best engineering talent from around the globe. From day one, delivering high-quality, high-value, high-performance software for customers has been the company’s only focus. Success Software prides itself on being a people-oriented and process-driven organization, having achieved CMMI Level 3,  ISO 9001:2015, and ISO 27001:2013 designations. This discipline, applied within their best-in-class Agile practice, allows them to consistently enjoy excellent customer satisfaction scores and high renewal rates.

Since its founding in 1974, NKC has proudly provided clients throughout Japan with consulting and workforce solutions that exceed the highest industry standards.  Serving sectors including technology, banking, manufacturing, and heavy industry, NKC counts among its customers world renowned companies such as FUJITSU, Hitachi, Mitsubishi, and Nissan. The company’s 100-year strategy put in place by NKC CEO, Tetsuo Toshi, puts particular emphasis on international expansion. NKC’s investment in Success Software in particular, and Vietnam more broadly, gives  the company a firm foothold in the ASEAN region that will drive decades of growth domestically, among Japan Overseas  Companies (JOC), and more extensively within global industries.