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Company Overview of IBM Japan, Ltd.
IBM Japan, Ltd. manufactures information processing systems and communications systems, develops software update, and provides computer 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 implementatio...
19-21 Nihonbashi Hakozaki-cho
Founded in 1937
Key Executives for IBM Japan, Ltd.
President IBM Business Consulting Services and Senior Managing Director of IBM Global Service
Vice President, Technical Leadership, and Director
Managing Director, Toyota at IBM Japan
General Counsel and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
IBM Japan, Ltd. Key Developments
IBM Japan, Ltd. Presents at EYEFORPHARMA JAPAN 2018, May-17-2018 11:30 AM
Mar 16 18
IBM Japan, Ltd. Presents at EYEFORPHARMA JAPAN 2018, May-17-2018 11:30 AM. Venue: The Westin Tokyo, Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan. Speakers: Tatsuya Kaneko, Partner, Life Sciences/Pharma Japan Industry Lead IBM Global Business Services, IBM Services.
Mizuho Bank Opts for IBM Products to Power Open Banking
Jun 9 17
Mizuho Bank has selected a range of products from IBM to launch application programming interface (API) banking. The bank will leverage IBM Japan's FinTech API solution, IBM API Connect on the IBM Cloud as well as IBM DataPower Gateway. The vendor said that the shift to API banking will allow Mizuho to use personal financial management services from its business partners and offer customized internet-of things (IoT) payment services to clients.
Mizuho Financial Group, Mizuho Bank and IBM Japan to Build Trade Financial Platform Using Blockchain
Apr 26 17
Mizuho Financial Group, Mizuho Bank and IBM Japan announced they are building a blockchain-based trade financing platform. With the platform, Mizuho is aiming to streamline trading operations and improve supply chain efficiency. The timely and highly secure exchange of trade documents is essential for stakeholders in the supply chain ecosystem. Digitizing trade information on the blockchain can help change the way information is shared, infusing greater trust into transactions to make it easier for parties involved in the supply chain, including exporters, importers, shippers, insurance companies, port operators and port authorities, to share critical shipment data in near real-time. Mizuho Financial Group is working with IBM Japan to ultimately conduct actual trade transactions based on Hyperledger Fabric, a blockchain framework implementation and one of the Hyperledger projects hosted by The Linux Foundation. Specifically, the project exchanges digitized letters of credit for actual trade transactions between Japan and overseas clients. As the letter of credit is digitally shared among parties including importers, exporters and their banks, it is expected to simplify the associated document creation and exchange processes, which have traditionally been time- and paper-intensive. Also, the system will enable all parties to view the latest shipment status data, which can result in reduced trade transaction and processing costs. This first phase of the project will lead to Mizuho conducting actual trade transactions using blockchain in June 2017 advancing the trade financial platform for commercialization. Mizuho continues to utilize new technologies, like blockchain, for innovative and better financial services for customers. Mizuho worked with IBM on another blockchain pilot focused on currency settlement. IBM launched IBM Blockchain on Bluemix for organizations that require blockchain networks that are trusted, open and ready for business.
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