LogiGear
1A Phan Xich Long, Ward 2
Company Size: 500-999

Công Ty TNHH Logigear Việt Nam - Logigear, is among the largest software testing & development companies in Vietnam. 

Founded in 1994 by top thought-leaders in the software testing industry and named one of 2009’s Fastest Growing Companies by Inc. 500|5000, Silicon Valley Business Journal and the San Francisco Business Times, LogiGear is a US Corporation headquartered in San Mateo, California. With hundreds of test engineers and software developers on staff and facilities in Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang, LogiGear is among the largest software testing & development companies in Vietnam (www.logigear.vn).

Our leaders, world-recognized software testing experts, Hung Q. Nguyen, Hans Buwalda and Michael Hackett are pioneers in high-volume test automation and skill-based testing. They are authors/co-authors of industry-leading texts and papers including five top-selling testing books (one, a bestseller), and they are frequent speakers at key industry events. One of these books has been translated and published in Vietnamese (KIỂM THỬ CÁC ỨNG DỤNG WEB - Testing Applications On The Web, Second Edition).

LogiGear has completed over 3,000 projects for hundreds of companies across a broad range of industries and technologies. Our mission is to provide software testing and test automation expertise to help software development organizations deliver better software while saving time and money. LogiGear delivers software testing services, test automation tools, QA training, and consulting to help each of our customers achieve their unique quality and testing goals. 

LogiGear’s top-notched Vietnamese software developers are the brains and artists behind TestArchitect (www.testarchitect.com), an enterprise test automation product line that helps teams automate more tests than ever before, without too much scripting or hard-to-maintain record and playback. Multinational companies from many industries are using TestArchitect to release faster, improve quality, and automate more tests than they could imagine.