- DREAMS Facility Accounting System for NTT DoCoMo, Inc.
- Open Core Banking System “BankingWeb21” for The Yachiyo Bank, Ltd.
- Systems Integration for Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Co., Ltd.
- NEC’s Sales Information System “BEAT”
- Mobile Gateway System for NTT DoCoMo, Inc.
DREAMS* Facility Accounting System for NTT DoCoMo, Inc.
Built as part of NTT DoCoMo‘s “DREAMS” management strategy system, this core system can manage installation of telecommunications facilities and fixed asset costs on a real-time basis.
*DREAMS stands for “DoCoMo REAl-time Management System”. This system provides real-time access to in-house management information, such as subscriber numbers, to enable more efficient drafting of management strategies that accurately reflect the actual state of the corporation.
This system began operating in April 2002.
Open Core Banking System “BankingWeb21” for The Yachiyo Bank, Ltd.
This is Japan’s first core banking system to run on a fully open platform. It is designed to facilitate the efficiency of new product development and reduce system operation costs.
This system began operating in May 2003.
Systems Integration for Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Co., Ltd.
This is an example of systems integration via hub architecture, accompanying a merger of two insurance companies that had formerly used different mainframes.
This system began operating in October 2001.
NEC’s Sales Information System “BEAT*”
Constantly accessed by more than 10,000 sales personnel and assistants, BEAT is a real-time information system that supports sales activities continuously, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Its extensive sales support functions cover tasks including quotation, taking orders, payment collection, arrangement of products/services, and tracking of sales data. This system is best characterized by its full implementation of open system technology like Web/Java (J2EE).
*BEAT: Business Empowerment system for All-SubjecTs
This system began operating in November 2002.
Mobile Gateway System for NTT DoCoMo, Inc.
This gateway system is the largest worldwide in terms of scale, number of subscriber terminals, and volume of transactions handled. Featuring an advanced load distribution function capable of efficiently handling burst traffic, this system helps ensure dependable service for mobile users of “i-mode,” the NTT DoCoMo mobile communication platform, by supporting today’s advanced mobile telecommunications infrastructure.
This system began operating in December 2002 (system transition completed in February 2003).