Vo Thi Huong
Basically, I’m in charge of communicating with our Japanese clients.
I communicate on a daily basis via email and TEL, Skype, so Japanese language skills are essential.
I am also involved in IT projects, translating documents and interpreting at meetings.
Working as a communicator requires not only IT knowledge and Japanese language skills, but also a combination of knowledge in various fields and Japanese language applications.
At Dsoft, we have an environment that respects individuality and allows people to fulfill their potential.
There is a great sense of openness within the company, and I feel that everyone is able to work freely without any unnecessary hierarchical relationships.
It’s a great environment to work in, and that’s why I want to be a part of Dsoft forever.
The more I commit to results and contribute to the company, the more I receive recognition and compensation, which I think is one of the attractions of Dsoft. 🙂