Daiwa Computer Co., Ltd.

Corporate Profile

Company Name Daiwa Computer Co., Ltd.
Established June 1977
Capital 382,259,475yen(As of July 31,2018)
Number of Employees 171(As of July 31,2018)
Accounting Year July
Business Activities Core business applications, Web-related system design, software development and operations support, system consulting, peripheral equipment sales, development and sales of package software, CMMI® consulting, SaaS/ASP services, agricultural crops production, processing and sales, etc.
Offices
  • Osaka Head Office:
    36-18, Wakamatsu-Cho, Takatsuki-Shi, Osaka
    569-0054
    TEL 072-676-2221/FAX 072-676-2224
  • Tokyo Head Office:
    2-25-7, Shiroganedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo
    108-0071
    TEL 03-3440-1110/FAX 03-3440-1200
Transacting Banks Japan Finance Corporation for Small and Medium Enterprise / Bank of Kyoto / Mizuho Bank / MUFG Bank
Board of Directors
President CEOKenji Nakamura
Director, Senior Managing Executive OfficerTadashi Hayashi
Director, Managing Executive OfficerYoshihito Suzuki
DirectorMizue Yamane
Outside DirectorKitaru Tashiro
AuditorTamio Matsumiya
Outside Corporate AuditorMasakazu Tanigawa
Outside Corporate AuditorShuji Abe
Subsidiaries fit.com Co.,Ltd.
roots Co.,Ltd.
Certifications & Authorizations ISO14001 certification
ISO9001 certification
ISO27001 certification
Privacy mark(JISQ15001) certification
CMMI Capability Level 4

Member Organizations

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History

1977 Daiwa Computer Co., Ltd. established (Capitalized at 10 million yen).
1981 Tokyo Branch Office opened in Shinagawa-ku.
1986 Construction of first dormitory for bachelors completed.
1988 Tokyo Branch Office renamed to Tokyo Sales Office.
1989 Capital increased to 20 million yen.
Construction of second dormitory for bachelors completed.
1990 Capital increased to 40 million yen.
1991 Tokyo Sales Office moved in Minato-ku.
1992 Capital increased to 48 million yen.
1995 Digital communication line between Tokyo and Osaka offices, including phone services, opened.
1997 New corporate identity (CI) adopted.
Construction of dormitory for bachelors in Tokyo (Forume Daiwa) completed.
1998 Tokyo Sales Office renamed to Tokyo Office(covering the Kanto area).
2000 Subsidiary i & com Co., Ltd. established in Osaka.
Subsidiary i & com Co., Ltd. established in Tokyo.
Construction of new building of Tokyo Office completed.
ISO 14001 certification obtained.
Subsidiary i & com Co., Ltd. established in Okinawa.
2001 ISO 9001 certification obtained.
Capital increased to 96 million yen.
2002 Company assessed at CMM® Level 3.
2003 CMM consulting business started.
BS7799 certification obtained.
Head Office assessed at CMMI® Level 3.
Privacy mark certification obtained.
2005 ISMS Ver 2.0 certification obtained.
Head Office assessed at CMMI® Level 4.
Corporate Award for Promotion of Information Processing, METI (Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry) Award.
2006 ISO27001 certification obtained.
Capital increased to 201 million yen.
Capital increased to 357 million yen.
Stocks listed on JASDAQ.
2007 i & com Co., Ltd. (Osaka) and i & com Co., Ltd. (Tokyo) merged with i & com Co., Ltd. (Okinawa).
2008 Capital and business tie-up agreement signed with Sumisho Computer Systems Corporation.
2011 Whole share of Fitness Communications Co.,Ltd. obtained (subsidiary acquisition).
2012 Subsidiary Fitness Communications Co.,Ltd. renamed to fit.com Co.,Ltd.
2013 Due to unification of Tokyo Stock Exchange and Osaka Stock Exchange, stocks listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange JASDAQ Standard.
2015 i & com Co., Ltd. (Okinawa) merged into company.
2017 Subsidiary roots Co.,Ltd. established to produce, process and sell agricultural crops (in Fukuroi-Shi, Shizuoka).
2018 Tokyo Office renamed to Tokyo Head Office.

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Corporate Policy

Spirit of Harmony

Spirit of Harmony

Our corporate policy is the “Spirit of Harmony” where the capabilities of individual employees are integrated into one big effort called an organization.

We respect each individual’s character, and we have built a working environment where his/her capabilities are exerted fully within the organization thus realizing the “Spirit of Harmony”.
The realization of harmony has helped our company grow and will help us to grow even further.
With this “Spirit of Harmony” in mind, I am sure that we can carry out our responsibilities to society and thus contribute to its development.

Mission

We present a high level of satisfaction to our customer.
We constantly offer “better solutions” from a customer’s point-of-view.
We practice “Diamond” management as our basic policy.

Vision

We aim at company that creates high added value.
We aim at company where employees feel high satisfaction.
We produce and create products and services that receive wide recognition from society.

Value

Carefully balancing environment, quality and technology, we perform our business that pursues essence.

Environment
We perform our business activities in such a way that we don’t destroy the natural environment.
Consequently, we are kind to nature.
Quality
We present the best quality products to answer to our customer’s reliance on us.
Technology
We employ the latest technology and products most suited to our customer's needs.
We also strive to acquire technology that is “half a step ahead” of the times.
We also present reliable services so that the customer can feel assured.

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Features of Daiwa Computer

A Balance of Three Policies

We are pursuing the following three policies in a balanced manner; Top priority on quality, kind to the environment, and quest for technology.
Therefore, we strive to present best quality solutions to our customers using our high technology that is kind to the environment.

top priority on quality, kind to the environment, quest for technology

1.Top Priority on Quality

Plan=> Do => Check => Action.

We strive to implement Plan=> Do => Check => Action.

The processes that are involved in configuring a system are not necessarily visible in nature.
However, it is not an exaggeration to say that the process is the most important factor to system configuration.
The enhancement of processes leads to added value to our customer services.

We have dissected each process into the PDCA cycle and made improvements of each of these processes over time.
Thus we are able to present top quality solutions to our customers.

Concrete Achievements

  • Operation of the Quality Manage System (ISO0991 Certification Acquisition)

  • Software development process improvement by using CMMI®(Attainment of CMMI® Level 4)

2.Kind to the Environment

Based on our corporate policy of harmonization, we strive to harmonize with the environment in any situation

The environment is an important factor that interacts closely with mankind and all living things.
The 21st century is a period when we must realize the importance of nature and must learn how to interact with it even more than before.

We have already implemented an Eco Management System based on ISO 14001 and have been abiding by its rules.
We have been presenting this model eco system to customers and customizing it wherever necessary.

We look upon each personnel as a human resource, offering them the best working environment so that they can fully exert their capabilities.

Concrete Achievements

  • Implementation of the Eco Management System (Acquisition of ISO14001 Certification)

  • Maintenance of the Office Environment
    - Re-flooring of the entire office
    - Use of activated carbon on the floor base, zeolite
    - Minus ion
    - Room made of Japanese Cyprus
    - Teleconferencing system

3.Quest for Technology

Our motto is “look half a step ahead” for new technology

The innovation speed of IT is very rapid and we strive to offer services to our customer that use the latest technology.
We, as an IT company, consider it our responsibility to implement the most up-to-date technology into our products.

Our engineers are individuals who are highly motivated on taking in new technology.
Our company has a well equipped education and training program to educate these engineers to become a powerful working force.
Consequently, we are able to offer solutions to a wide range of industries.

Concrete Achievements

  • System development catering to a wide range of businesses and industries

  • Product development using our self-developed Java framework

  • Saturday Study Sessions

  • Certification Financial Aid Program

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Our Efforts in Agricultural Business

Daiwa Computer is engaged in various efforts aimed at establishing “i-農業®” (i-Nogyo), our effort to connect agriculture with IT.

1.Our Efforts in Production

1)  We acquired agricultural production facilities in Fukuroi City, Shizuoka. (Built a 2,148 m² greenhouse on 8,800 m² of farmland; 2,557 m² of which are consigned to Kondo Farm)
2)  Melons and tomatoes are grown by hydroponic culture, which uses no soil.
3)  We are working on improving the tomato harvest using our proprietary Total Environment Control, which controls the supply of nutrient mix according to the state of growth.

Our Efforts in Production, Hydroponic culture of melons and tomatoes

2.Our Efforts in Distribution

EPCIS: Promotion of advanced utilization of RFID
(Efforts regarding traceability of agricultural products using RFID (IC tags))
The EPCIS system allows customers to check agricultural orders that they made on an EC site with regards to their management state in the distribution process.
Customers can check the state of growth of their purchased produce and when they are good to eat directly from the QR code.

1)   Building a distribution traceability system
  • Manpower for goods acceptance operation is reduced by the use of IC tags (RFID)
  • Environmental changes during the distribution process are recorded on the RFID
  • Consumers check the information recorded on the RFID over the Internet
2)   Putting into practice a new model for agricultural EC
Daiwa Computer linked the e-Commerce system, IC tag-based traceability, and social media (participatory exchange), realizing traceability at multiple logistical bases in and outside of Japan. Customers can retrieve information on their purchased produce, including the growth status.

EPCIS Cloud Network

Inspection work situation

A system that can confirm the nurturing situation etc.

3)  Validation is also performed with shipping overseas (Hong Kong)

Location confirmation using EPCIS

Thanks to EPCIS, we can see that the melons have been transported to Hong Kong.

Source: Introduction video “Visualization in the logistics of produce melon using electronic tags (Phase 2)”
(The Distribution Systems Research Institute)

3.Our Efforts for MIC’s Project to Promote ICT Town Development

Utilization of a distribution traceability system using RFID
Daiwa Computer conducted a demonstration experiment for using this RFID system as a distribution traceability system under normal circumstances and using it as a relief aid supply function in times of disaster.
* This project was adopted as a “Project to construct commerce infrastructure for sextic industry equipped with the function of providing relief supplies in times of disaster” in the open recruitment for the “FY2012 Project to Promote ICT Town Development,” a demonstration project program of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC).

4.Our Efforts in Agricultural Systems

Daiwa Computer developed systems based on the know-how gained from the corporate farm.

1)   Farm management system (Japanese only)
This system allows operators to record agricultural operations via smartphones using NFC tags and realizes traceability at the point of production.
2)   Integrated environment control system (Japanese only)
This system controls equipment so that the protected horticulture environment facilitates photosynthesis.
3)   Order management system (Japanese only)
This system allows operators to manage incoming orders and inventory at agricultural corporations with barcodes, etc.
4)   Shipping adjustment system (Japanese only)
This system allows operators at JA and other organization to make shipping requests to producer organizations from their tablets.

* Handouts at AGRO Innovation, a next-generation agricultural expo

i-農業® (i-Nogyo) is a registered trademark of Daiwa Computer.
(Registered Trademark No. 5243687)

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Access Map

Osaka Head Office

36-18, Wakamatsu-cho, Takatsuki City, Osaka
569-0054
TEL 072-676-2221
FAX 072-676-2224
Page for Printing
Map around Osaka Head Office

Access

  • 3-minutes walk to the West from Minami-zushi Bus Stop on the Keihan Bus.
    The bus starts from JR Takatsuki Sta. (JR Tokaido Line) South Exit and is destined for Hirakata-shi Sta., Banda 1chome, and Takenouchi-cho (12 min).
  • 3-minutes walk to the West from Minami-zushi Bus Stop on the Keihan Bus.
    The bus starts from Takatsuki-shi Sta. (Hankyu Kyoto Line) South Exit and is destined for Hirakata-shi Sta., Banda 1chome, and Takenouchi-cho (10 min).
  • 3-minutes walk to the West from Minami-zushi Bus Stop on the Keihan Bus.
    The bus starts from Hirakata-shi Sta. (Keihan Honsen Line) North Exit and is destined for JR Takatsuki Sta., Hankyu Takatsuki Sta. (15 min).

Tokyo Head Office

2-25-7, Shiroganedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo
108-0071
TEL 03-3440-1110
FAX 03-3440-1200
Page for Printing
Map around Tokyo Head Office

Access

  • 2-minutes walk from Takanawadai Station Exit A2 on the Asakusa Subway Line (50m walk to the left from Exit A2).

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