The deal allows the U.S. firm to install a software program called Yardi Voyager to manage Vincom’s real estate sales, office buildings and commercial centers in the country. The module of apartment for lease management will be added in the short coming time. The software also allows users to manage financial and accounting work, make a report at any time, and monitor the schedule of maintenance services for the building. Le Khac Hiep, chairman of Vincom Corporation, said applying professional property management was part of the company’s development strategy to modernize and improve the capacity of management based on advanced technology. Hiep did not mention the deal’s value but said the company had decided to invest big in the project in hopes of standardizing its property management services and making them meet international norms. “This will help us integrate the international trading and management property and to assert our position in the local property market,” Hiep said. As scheduled, it will take three months to install and test run the software, and train staff for use before it is put into service by January next year.