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  1. 2015

    Apr.

    I establish Hokuriku Branch in Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa
    I establish Kanazawa Service Center in Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa

    Mar.

    Light collaboration business start
  2. 2014

    Sept.

    Opens the Kyoto Branch in Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture

    Apr.

    Merges Will West Co., Ltd. and No.1 With Co., Ltd.
    Certified as a “Company Encouraging Young People” by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare
    Establishes the Safety And Health Committee

    Mar.

    Changes the Corporate Business Department to the Corporate Business Division
    Opens the Fukuoka Branch in Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture
  3. 2013

    Dec.

    Registers the trademark of our original UTM product “WALLIOR”

    May

    Establishes the Holding Association

    Mar.

    Establishes the Partner Business Department to expand the sales of our products
    Establishes the Web Solutions Department for website development business
    Establishes the Promotion Concierge for print production
  4. 2012

    Aug.

    Establishes No.1 Certified Public Tax Accountant
    Starts the sales of our original UTM products: NR Series
  5. 2011

    Dec.

    Starts business with Nippon Telegraph and Telephone East Corporation
    Becomes a dealership for NTT East’s information equipment

    Nov.

    Launches new management support services: “Rangers to Respond to Customers’ Worries”

    Oct.

    Opens the Toyama Branch in Toyama City, Toyama Prefecture

    Aug.

    Starts business with Nippon Telegraph and Telephone West Corporation
    Becomes a dealership for NTT West’s information equipment
  6. 2010

    Dec.

    Opens the Chiyoda Service Center in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo

    Nov.

    Transfers the Head Office to Uchisaiwaicho Heiwa Bldg. in Uchisaiwaicho, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo

    Aug.

    Opens the Fukui Branch – the first base in Hokuriku region – in Fukui City, Fukui Prefecture

    June

    Establishes Peace Co., Ltd. as an affiliate company focusing on the sales of information-communication equipment
    Establishes No.1 With Co., Ltd. as an affiliate company focusing on agency business specializing in mobile phone sales

    Mar.

    Opens the Matsuyama Branch – the first base in Shikoku region –in Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture
    Establishes Will West Co., Ltd. as an strategic affiliate company in West Japan region
  7. 2009

    Sept.

    Opens the Chiba Service Center in Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture, to expand our maintenance service area in Kanto region
    Opens the Kobe Service Center in Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture, to expand our maintenance service area in Kinki region

    Apr.

    Launches efforts to employ the disabled
  8. 2008

    Dec.

    Replaces the President (Takayuki Tatsumi, Vice-president assumes President’s role)
    Starts with the new management

    Aug.

    Launches Askul (next-day delivery) business

    Mar.

    Consolidates No.1 Co., Ltd. and No.1 System Support
  9. 2007

    Nov.

    Relocates the Nagoya Service Center to Moriyama Ward, Nagoya City, while opening the Aichi Logistics Center (which enables us to carry out installation work in Tokai region)
    Relocates the Shizuoka Branch and the Shizuoka Service Center to Aoi Ward, Shizuoka City

    June

    Launches the sales of a self-developed “mobile site creator ASP mobileNo.1” (so-called Moba1)”
  10. 2006

    Nov.

    Opens the Namba Office in Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, to expand our business activities in Osaka area while developing and strengthening the office infrastructure
    Establishes the Business Planning Division that is responsible for planning and development of new business
    Relocates the Yokohama Branch to Nippatsu Nishiguchi Bldg. in Tsuruyacho, Kanagawa Ward, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture

    Sept.

    Establishes the System Solutions Division as a team to propose network solutions in establishing the Management Consulting (MC) Business Division, following the kick-off of operations of My Line for corporate users

    Aug.

    Opens the Osaka Logistics Center in Suita City, Osaka Prefecture, due to starting the installation work in Kinki region

    Feb.

    Opens the Higashimurayama Service Center by relocating the Tachikawa Service Center to Higashimurayama City, Tokyo

    Jan.

    Opens the Saitama Branch in Saitama City, Saitama Prefecture, to develop our core bases in Saitama and in North Kanto region
  11. 2005

    Jan.

    Opens the Shizuoka Service Center in Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture, to expand our maintenance service area in Tokai region
  12. 2004

    Oct.

    Opens the Osaka Service Center in Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, to expand our maintenance service area in Kinki region
    Opens the Nagoya Service Center in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, to expand our maintenance service area in Chubu region

    Sept.

    Opens the Omiya Service Center in Saitama City, Saitama Prefecture, to expand our maintenance service area in Saitama Prefecture
    Establishes the Customer Support Division as the User Support Call Center

    July

    Opens the Machida Service Center in Machida City, Tokyo, to expand our maintenance service area in Kanagawa Prefecture

    June

    Opens the Tachikawa Service Center in Tachikawa City, Tokyo, to expand our maintenance service area in Tokyo

    Mar.

    Consolidates JBM Co., Ltd. and Big Win Co., Ltd.
    Inaugurates No.1 Co., Ltd. in Toshima Ward, Tokyo
    Establishes No.1 Co., Ltd. System Support for the purpose of community-based maintenance services
  13. 2003

    Nov.

    Opens the Toshima Service Center in Toshima Ward, Tokyo
    Opens the Meguro Service Center in Meguro Ward, Tokyo

    Mar.

    Relocates the Osaka Branch to Kouzukiki Capital West in Sonezaki, Kita Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture
    Opens the Sumida Service Center in Sumida Ward, Tokyo
  14. 2002年

    Dec.

    Opens the Yokohama Branch in Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture
    Opens the Osaka Branch in Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture

    Aug.

    Opens the Tokai Branch in Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture

    June

    Relocates the Head Office to Sumitomo Mitsui Bank Ikebukuro Bldg. in Nishiikebukuro, Toshima Ward, Tokyo

    Apr.

    Opens the Customer Premises Equipment Business Division for Chubu Region within the Chubu Branch due to the expansion of our communication equipment business

    Mar.

    Relocates Shibuya Branch to 428 Bldg., Sakura, Sakuragaokacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

    Jan.

    Establishes the Customer Premises Equipment Business Division for the purpose of sales of business phones
  15. 2001

    Feb.

    Opens the Chubu Branch in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture

    June

    Opens the Tachikawa Branch in Tachikawa City, Tokyo
  16. 1999年

    Aug.

    Relocates the Head Office to Queen's Tower A, Minatomirai, Nishi Ward, Yokohama City while opening Yokohama Service and Logistics Center

    Sept.

    Opens Shibuya Branch in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo, due to the expansion of our OA equipment business
  17. 1998

    Oct.

    Establishes Big Win Co., Ltd. in Toshima, Tokyo and starts sales and maintenance of digital information and communications devices, and OA equipment
  18. 1994

    Feb.

    Opens the Shibuya Service Center (starts PPC and FAX maintenance business on our own)
  19. 1993

    June

    Opens the Tokyo Branch in Shibuya, Tokyo
  20. 1989

    Sept.

    Establishes JBM Co, Ltd.
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