KMC expansion to Asia, report by Nikkan Kogyo Shinbun newspaper, February 21

On February 21st, the Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun newspaper wrote about KMC in an article. It has been five years since we developed Mold M-Karte. We have expanded our product line development to manufacturing/equipment M-Karte, Measuring/Product Certification M-Karte, and Inventory M-Karte. It was reconstructed as a cloud system and reinvented into about 200 modules. In particular, you can select freely the packages depending on the type of industry such as mold, molding, press, machining equipment, automatic machine (PCB). This allows SME’s to construct apps consistent for their use with the low price from 50,000 yen per month. The sales are scheduled to start from April. Of course, we have also renewed on premise version. In addition to the release of new product, we are also advancing our business to overseas factories in Asia so that we can respond to the demands of companies that have factories globally. At the same time, we plan to enhance our service system from introduction to construction and maintenance. Through the cloud system, we are able to integrate with overseas factories and suppliers, thus building a new supply chain network and quality control system. Together with M2M (Gunshi system) and QR Plate, we can advance IoT to the entire group to improve traceability from mold to production, stock and QCD.


By Seiki Sato, President and CEO