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KCGI and KCG signed ERP joint research with Gravis Architects Inc.

(From left) Prof. Harufumi Ueda of KCGI, Vice President Yoichi Terashita of KCGI, Representative Director Akari Furumi of GA Inc. and Director Hideki Kim of GA Inc. holding the agreement.
(From left) Prof. Harufumi Ueda of KCGI, Vice President Yoichi Terashita of KCGI, Representative Director Akari Furumi of GA Inc. and Director Hideki Kim of GA Inc. holding the agreement.

The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI) and Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) have signed an agreement on IT-related consulting with Gravis Architects Co., Ltd. Signed on the 4th.This joint research is a joint effort to develop ERP-based packaged solutions, especially applications adapted to rapidly evolving technologies such as AI and the IoT society, and applications with high added business value, by utilizing the academic accumulation of ERP (Enterprise Resources Planning, a planning method to improve management efficiency by appropriately allocating the basic resource elements of corporate management: people, goods, and money) that has been taught and researched in KCGI's Business IT Course, and the practical know-how of GA, which has a rich track record in IT consulting work for public institutions such as central government ministries and agencies.KCGI and KCG students also actively participate in this joint research, aiming to develop practical IT human resources with advanced skills.

At the signing ceremony held at KCGI Kyoto Station Satellite, Vice President Yoichi Terashita and Professor Harufumi Ueda, who are in charge of education and research of ERP, from KCGI, and Representative Director Akari Furumi and Director Hideki Kim from GA, participated.At the signing ceremony, Professor Ueda said, "For the past 10 years, we have been training ERP (SAP-certified) consultants, and we hope that through this joint research, KCGI will have the technology to develop applications that IoT society really needs.I hope that the participating students will also acquire the basic technology that will lead to advanced development," he said about the significance of the project.Next, Mr. Furumi said, "The need for ERP consultants is very high worldwide, and there is a shortage of human resources.He concluded by saying, "I hope that lectures and joint research based on practical responses in the field at KCGI will foster human resources who will be able to work immediately.

Then, Vice President Terashita and Representative Director Furumi signed the agreement, and the joint research officially started.The joint research is off to a good start, with environmental surveys for research and development and lectures by GA personnel on basic development for the students of the project members having already begun.We are planning to start with the development of general-purpose tools and gradually upgrade to the development of high value-added applications, and from 2018 we will start software verification by companies.

Vice President Terashita of KCGI and Representative Director Furumi of GA sign the agreement.
Vice President Terashita of KCGI and Representative Director Furumi of GA sign the agreement.
Professor Ueda talks about the significance of the project
Professor Ueda talks about the significance of the project
Representative Director of Furumi GA, enthusiastically expressing his expectations for the joint research
Representative Director of Furumi GA, enthusiastically expressing his expectations for the joint research
Commemorative photo with KCGI and KCG students participating in the joint research
Commemorative photo with KCGI and KCG students participating in the joint research

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