VIP Technologies was a company based in Santa Barbara, CA. The company president was Dave Nelson. Marketing manager Tom Nelson.
VIP Professional was released on the Apple IIc, IIe, IIgs, Amiga and Atari ST series, and there's a lot of information about the Atari version. On the Atari ST, it came in text-based and GEM versions. The Amiga version list price was $199.95. All versions were distributed/advertised by ISD Marketing Inc. InfoWorld articles mention an IBM PC version but I've yet to see an advert for it.
As you've found, it comprises a cell-based spreadsheet editor and various types of charts.
In this December 1985 episode of Computer Chronicles, Atari Marketing Manager Bryan Kerr uses VIP Professional to demonstrate the mouse-based GUI and graphics capabilities of GEM on the 520ST at 15:30. An InfoWorld article confirms why an Atari rep was demonstrating the software - Atari was in talks to distribute VP at some point but no deal was reached.
This advert claims that VIP Pro has 'Total Lotus 1-2-3' compatibility, which includes the file format not just the formulas, and reviews seem to confirm this.
Jon Custer's comment is correct - "VIP Professional is a trademark of DITEK INT'L"
There's a review on page 14 of this issue of Atari Explorer. They apparently did 'a marvellous job in producing an almost exact clone of 1-2-3', although it was slower than similar applications on other (more expensive) computers.
In Amiga World Nov/Dec 1986, there's a full review of the Amiga version of VIP you're asking about:
https://archive.org/details/amiga-world-1986-11/page/n103/mode/2up on page 102.
In an episode of The Record podcast at 6:50, an ex-employee of VIP says that VIP Technologies folded because 'they didn't pay their taxes'.