Wangchu Taba
Babesa, Thimphu
9:00AM - 5:00PM
Monday to Friday
Thimphu Teachpark

Continuously evolve our capabilities to:

  • Be the preferred location for entrepreneurs and multi-national organizations.
  • Be the Centre of Excellence (CoE) for providing IT and product development services, and
  • Be the leader in building human capital.
  • To inspire, enable, and develop Unicorns

All TTPL employees live and breathe our values to showcase our HEART to the world:

  • Honor: We do the right things. We are devoted to holding ourselves, each other, and our company to the highest ethical standards. We uphold the letter and the spirit of the laws, regulations, and policies under which we operate.
  • Excellence: We do things right. We strive for service and performance excellence in each and every action. We believe in building lifelong customer relationships by exceeding their expectations and offering solutions that meet their needs.
  • Adaptability: We respond right. We diligently seek to exceed the expectations of our employees, our customers, and our communities. We embrace new concepts and solutions by anticipating and reacting quickly to changes in technology and the economic environment.
  • Respect: We treat others right. We value our customers and employees by communicating openly, honestly, and consistently. We recognize the importance of personal and professional growth and provide an atmosphere that encourages it.
  • Teamwork: We perform right. With unity of purpose, our employees focus on working together to achieve the vision and mission of Thimphu TechPark. While we recognize and value individual contributions toward the achievement of our common goals, we also realize we are better together!

All TTPL employees shall uphold the following values to build a conducive company culture to achieve the vision and missions of the company:

  • Driven by a shared goal All employees shall understand that we are in the same boat and should be united in achieving our shared goal of taking the company forward together, and not build siloes.
  • Openness, transparency and fairness The management shall always promote a culture of openness, transparency and fairness, and all employees shall help uphold the same.
  • Genuineness and authenticity The management shall promote authentic leadership where hypocrisy has no place. Likewise, all employees shall be genuine and authentic in their dealings with their coworkers and avoid breeding internal politics through gossip or other means.
  • Respect for others All employees shall respect others and not discriminate anyone based on sex, ethnicity, religion etc.
  • 360 degree perspective on issues All employees shall look at an issue from all possible perspectives (360 degrees) and not be driven by selfish motives, preconceived notions and assumptions.
  • Ownership, Accountability and Responsibility All employees shall take full ownership of their assigned roles and be fully accountable and responsible. Likewise, all employees shall treat all company assets like his or her own and take utmost care of them.

This letter is based on the talks the CEO gave to the employees on 3rd March 2020 and 19th June 2020 to explain the company’s vision, mission and the work culture as the company was undergoing a lot of transformation and recruiting new people to build up the IT services department. These talks were very important in bringing the employees to embrace the collective vision, mission and work culture since the staff came from different organizations. This letter will serve to orient the new employees in the future too to the company’s vision, mission and work culture.

The initial concept document on the World Bank-led Private Sector Development Project of which IT Park is one of the three components date back to 2006. The other two components of the Project are Development of a skills program for promoting the IT/ITES industry, and Strengthening the financial sector through deployment of technology. The Royal Government of Bhutan (RGoB) received a grant from the International Development Association (IDA) toward the cost of the Private Sector Development (PSD) Project in 2008. As a part of these initiatives, DITT/MoIC/RGoB initiated the development of a 50,000 sq ft world-class IT Park property – Thimphu TechPark – on a Public Private Partnership (PPP) model, at Babesa, on 5 acres of government land leased for 30 years renewable by two more 30-year terms based on mutual agreement. The objectives of the project are to increase productive employment in Bhutan through promotion of enterprise development in the IT/ITES sector, enhanced IT skills, and improved access to finance. The construction phase of the IT Park was completed on 30 April 2012. The operations phase of the IT Park began from 7 May 2012.