Computers and Peripherals
Company Overview of IBM Japan, Ltd.
IBM Japan, Ltd. offers information processing systems, software update, communications systems, and PC repair services. It provides personal computing, workstations, servers, storage, software, printing systems, and other products. The company also offers various business services, such as application innovation services, business transformation outsourcing, center for business optimization, customer relationship management, financial management, human capital management, supply chain management, and other services. In addition, it provides IT services, including technical support, service-oriented architecture, security and privacy, application implementation, networking, maintenance, appli...
19-21 Nihonbashi Hakozaki-cho
Founded in 1937
Key Executives for IBM Japan, Ltd.
General Manager and Director
President IBM Business Consulting Services and Senior Managing Director of IBM Global Service
General Counsel and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
IBM Japan, Ltd. Key Developments
KYOCERA Document Solutions Adopts 'IBM SCE+' Cloud Service for its Global CRM System
Aug 20 13
KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc. announced that it has adopted IBM Japan's cloud computing service IBM SmarterCloud Enterprise+ to structure its globally unified customer relationship management (CRM) system 'FOCUS'1. KYOCERA Document Solutions is the first Japanese enterprise to adopt the IBM SCE+ service globally, with the company's FOCUS system having just begun full-scale operation from this month. As the document management environment within the business world is currently undergoing vast change, KYOCERA Document Solutions has been expanding its provision of 'total document solutions' by continuously supporting its customers through the combination of various business applications and by proposing optimum document management environments. 'FOCUS' is KYOCERA Document Solutions' unique globally unified CRM system which supports the management of customers, sales, forecasts, business meetings and marketing. With the implementation of FOCUS, consolidation of customer management, for example, under a unified corporate governance system is possible; and it also enables prompt and optimal action to be taken in customer service, thus enhancing the company's management precision. The FOCUS system's adoption of IBM's Managed Cloud Service IBM SCE+ utilizes the linkage of the existing data center in Japan along with the SCE+ cloud data centers in the U.S. and Germany. The IBM SCE+ cloud service supports customers' backbone systems, and provides service management and security capability in the cloud environment.
IBM Japan Ltd. Presents at Japan Institutional Investment Forum, Apr-24-2012 11:45 AM
Apr 21 12
IBM Japan Ltd. Presents at Japan Institutional Investment Forum, Apr-24-2012 11:45 AM. Venue: Imperial Hotel Toyko, 1-1, Uchisaiwai-cho 1-chrome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8558, Japan. Speakers: Akihiko Ohwa, Manager of Pension Fund, Treasury.
Tokyo District Court Orders IBM Japan Ltd. to Pay JPY 7.41 Billion in Damages to Suruga Bank
Mar 29 12
Tokyo District Court ordered IBM Japan Ltd. to pay some JPY 7.41 billion in damages to Suruga Bank over an alleged breach of contract that forced the lender to call off the development of a main computer system for its banking operations. Presiding judge Yuzuru Takahashi also approved a provisional execution of the payment. The court rejected a countersuit filed by IBM Japan in which the International Business Machines Corp. unit sought roughly JPY 12.55 billion in payments from Suruga Bank. In September 2004, Suruga Bank entrusted IBM Japan to develop a new system that was scheduled to be launched in fiscal 2008 that ended in March 2009. Suruga Bank had demanded JPY 11.58 billion from IBM Japan for development fees paid and earnings lost due to the cancellation. IBM Japan plans to appeal the order. The court's conclusion that the company is responsible is unreasonable and IBM Japan has fully fulfilled its obligations to Suruga Bank.
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