Japanese tech firm teams up with Pinoy software house

Japanese mobile and Web application development firm MonstarLab has officially announced its partnership with Ideyatech as part of its strategy of expanding its development bases in Asia.

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As a partner company, Ideyatech will focus on building and growing the enterprise applications space using Java technologies. The partnership benefits both companies as Ideyatech’s English-speaking software developers are familiar with the western culture, and in line with MonstarLab’s strategy to strengthen its service offering to English-speaking countries.

For MonstarLab, the partnership will strengthen its positioning in business systems development and enterprise projects in Java language. For Ideyatech, the tie-up will boost its ambitious growth plan with access to capital and resources.

Ideyatech is based in Pasig City and was founded in 2007 by CEO Allan Tan. The company currently has more than 60 full-time staff members building enterprise and mobile applications for both Philippine and overseas clients.

MonstarLab, which was established in 2006 by CEO Hiroki Inagawa, headquartered in Tokyo. It currently operates with 13 offices in seven countries where it offers mobile, Web, and enterprise application development, IoT, augmented reality, virtual reality, and game development, among others.

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