As a company, we pride ourselves on our ability to bring prosperity to our customers and staff in three areas.
to Create New Value
We named our company “Noshikumi” (lit. “systems for ___”) after the concept of creating systems for business by leveraging the power of IT. Starting from e-commerce system development in 2008, the company developed into BPO operations such as data processing, which is now our main line of business.
It’s not that we are trying to do anything grand like change the infrastructure of the world through the services we provide. All we are doing is creating a mechanism by which small things that anyone can do can be efficiently connected to meet the needs of society and create economic value.
It has been a long time now since we were told that AI will rob us of work, but I doubt that it ever will. I think it all comes down to the issue of roles. We should leave AI to take care of the things that AI is good at, while we as humans concentrate on what we are good at.
However, there are limits to what one person can achieve by themselves, even if it’s something they are good at. It’s necessary, therefore, for individuals to connect to achieve an economy of scale and build value for the future. Noshikumi’s mission for the next five to ten years is to create the systems and infrastructure that can make this a reality.
HISTORY Company history
Develops and commences operation of the company’s positiveforce e-commerce solution.
Forms an alliance with the Polish company SOX and becomes an agent for SOX mobile pouches in Japan.
Commences offshore development/BPO operations in Myanmar.
Acquires a Myanmar subsidiary by taking an 85% share in Chum’s Solutions Myanmar Co., Ltd.
Commences AI teacher data creation project in Myanmar.
Moves headquarters to 5-1 Fukuromachi, Shinjuku, Tokyo.
Commences 2D/3D CAD business in Myanmar.
Forms an alliance with the Polish company LAMEL Technology sp. z o.o. and becomes an agent for MyScreenProtector, the company’s mobile phone screen protection film in Japan.
Launches a beta-version of the SaaS data input system bpostudio.
Increases paid-in capital to 3 million JPY.
Launches the commercial version of bpostudio.