Our goal is to “Contribute to the building of a society in which people around the world can lead healthy lives," taking into consideration the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) throughout our business activities.
The medical software we provide not only facilitate the sharing of information both inside and outside hospitals, but also improve the efficiency of medical services and management. With the widespread use of our products, we aim to contribute to improving the quality of medical treatment and reducing the burden on medical professionals, and to build a society in which all people can receive appropriate medical services.
One of the systems we provide, DocuMaker Office(DMO)*, is making a significant contribution to promoting the digital transformation of local governments. In addition to promoting efficient day-to-day operations, this software contributes to the development of a better working environment by promoting paperless and seal-less operations. Also, it would assist efforts from the perspective of environmental protection.
*DocuMaker Office(DMO) is an extension of DocuMaker, a software that supports documents and workflow of administrative departments in medical fields, DMO is basically for the non-medical industry.
The widespread use of the Gaze Analyzing Perimetry (GAP)*, we have successfully brought easier and quicker visual field testing to the market. This is expected to lead to early detection of glaucoma, the top cause of blindness in Japan, contributing to reduced cases of blindness. Furthermore, the data obtained from GAP will be used to contribute to drug discovery and the development of new treatment methods.
*Gaze Analyzing Perimetry (GAP) is a head-mounted type of automatic perimeter. It measures visual fields using a completely different approach than original testing methods. It is an inexpensive, revolutionary wearable device that contributes to improving the early detection of retinal diseases, such as glaucoma, which are difficult to detect in the early stages of the disease.
We are actively digitizing internal and external documents, and each of us is committed to addressing environmental issues. In order to reduce the excessive use of air conditioning, we have adopted COOL BIZ*(usually from May to September) and WARM BIZ* (usually from November to March) campaigns recommended by the Japanese government year-round, setting the room temperature at 28°C for air conditioning and 20°C for heating, and encouraging employees to choose comfortable and easy-to-work-in clothing.
*COOL BIZ and WARM BIZ are the Japanese government's campaign to encourage businessperson to dress lighter and optimize clothing as an environmental action.
We do not discriminate based on nationality, gender, age, education, religion, culture, or preference, and our employees engage in work with mutual understanding of LGBTQ* and individual job motivations.
*LGBTQ is an abbreviation for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning. This is a general term for sexual minorities.
We have adopted a hybrid work style that utilizes flextime(flexible work) and remote working, providing employees with a quality of life (QOL).
We are committed to making appropriate and prompt decisions and establishing a proper supervisory system. In addition, we aim to enhance long-term corporate value by maintaining rationality and objectivity in management decision-making through appropriate information disclosure and accountability.