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KCGI and KCG signed with Gravis Architects for ERP joint research

Dr. Harufumi Ueda, KCGI professor, Yoichi Terashita KCGI vice president, Aki Furumi GA company representative director, Kim Hideki GA company director
Dr. Harufumi Ueda, KCGI professor, Yoichi Terashita KCGI vice president, Aki Furumi GA company representative director, Kim Hideki GA company director

Kyoto Information Graduate University (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 related to ERP (Enterprise Resources Planning, a resource element that is fundamental to corporate management, a planning method that increases the efficiency of management by appropriately allocating people, goods, and money) that has been educated and researched in the business IT course of KCGI. ERP-based package solutions, especially recently, are rapidly evolving, utilizing academic know-how and the practical know-how of GA, which has a wealth of experience in IT consulting services to public institutions such as central government ministries and agencies. Joint development of applications adapted to technologies such as AI and IoT society, and applications with high business value.KCGI and KCG students also actively participate in joint research, aiming to develop practical IT human resources with advanced skills.

At the signing ceremony held at the KCGI Kyoto Station Satellite, Kichigi's Vice President Yoichi Terashita, ERP Professor and Professor Harufumi Ueda, and GA Corp. Aki Furumi, Representative Director and Director Hideki Kinki You have to participate.At the signing ceremony, Professor Ueda said, “We have trained ERP (SAP certified) consultants for the past 10 years, but through this joint research, KCGI has the technology to develop the applications that the IoT society really needs. That's fine.I would like the participating students to acquire basic skills that will lead to advanced development, "he said.Next, President Komi said, “The needs of ERP consultants are very high worldwide, and there is a shortage of human resources.I would like KCGI to develop human resources who can be ready for action by conducting lectures and joint research based on practical responses in the field. ”This project succeeds and the relationship with KCGI is further developed. I hoped that.

Subsequently, Vice President Terashita and Representative Director Komi signed an agreement and joint research was officially started.Environmental research for R & D and lectures on basic development for project members by GA staff have already begun, and joint research has begun smoothly.Starting with the development of general-purpose tools, it is planned to upgrade to the development of high-value-added applications in stages, starting with software verification by companies in 2018, and for manufacturing industries in 2019. There is also a plan to announce the results of joint research at the “Design and Manufacturing Solutions Exhibition”, the largest exhibition of IT solutions in Japan.

Terashita KCGI Vice-President signing the agreement and President Komi GA
Terashita KCGI Vice-President signing the agreement and President Komi GA
Prof. Ueda talks about the significance of the project
Prof. Ueda talks about the significance of the project
President of Komi GA who talks eagerly about the expectation of joint research
President of Komi GA who talks eagerly about the expectation of 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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