Information Systems Subsidiaries Analysis 2015

Language:
Japanese
Product Code No:
C57101400
Issued In:
2015/03
#of Pages:
332
Publication Cycle:
  
Format:
PDF
Geographic Coverage:
Japan
Industry:

Price

90,000 yen ($792.74)
(excluding consumption tax)
180,000 yen ($1,585.48)
(excluding consumption tax)
270,000 yen ($2,378.23)
(excluding consumption tax)
* Equivalent value in US$ (Today's rate : $1= 113.53 yen , 2021/10/23 Japan)

Coverage: (Product/service)

Information Systems Subsidiaries of Large Companies

Research Target:

Subsidiaries of large companies that provide solutions and services in constructing information systems, and their parent companies

Research Content:

I       Challenges and Strategies of Information-Systems Subsidiaries (of Large Companies)

  1. Definitions in this report
  2. Current status of information-systems subsidiaries of large companies
  3. Challenges of information-systems subsidiaries
  4. Challenges and solution for sales to parent companies (internal sales)
  5. Challenges and solution for sales to external companies
  6. Challenges and solution for enhancement of corporate structure
  7. Approaches towards cloud computing
  8. Approaches towards globalization
  9. Approaches for staying in business
  10. Forecast regarding information-systems subsidiaries
  11. Future outlook

II      Analysis on Questionnaire Results from Information-Systems Subsidiaries

Questionnaire Contents:

  1. Solutions for price/pricing issues
  2. Solutions for work/task volume
  3. Solutions for sales to external companies
  4. Solutions for planning abilities
  5. Solutions for technical capabilities
  6. Solutions for adoption/fostering of human resources

III    Trends and Analysis on Information-Systems Subsidiaries

  1. Facts regarding Information-Systems Subsidiaries
  1. Sales volume of parent companies
  2. Relationship between the sales volume of parent companies and that of subsidiaries
  3. Operating profits of parent companies
  4. Sales volume of subsidiaries
  5. Average annual growth rate of subsidiaries' sales
  6. Operating profits of subsidiaries
  7. Operating profit ratio of subsidiaries
  8. Sales earned from internal sales (parent companies)
  9. Sales ratio earned from internal sales
  10. Sales earned from external companies
  11. Ratio of sales from external companies
  12. Sales ratio by service/solution (internal sales)
  13. Sales ratio by service/solution (sales from external companies)
  14. Sales ratio by service/solution (internal/external sales)
  15. Sales by customer (internal sales)
  16. Sales by customer (external sales)
  17. Personnel structures
  18. Personnel ratio for system development/operations
  19. Temporary transfer to parent companies and SI vendors

IV   Trends and Analysis of Information-Systems Subsidiaries

  1. Seven biggest strategies on internal sales for information-systems subsidiaries
  2. Target companies to whom information-systems subsidiaries provide services
  3. Services in detail
  4. Participation in the process of solution planning
  5. Advantages of information-systems subsidiaries to parent companies
  6. Controlling of work volume
  7. SLA contracts with parent companies
  8. Pricing standards for internal sales
  9. Whether there are competitive quotes in internal sales
  10. Solution against price reduction and cost reduction
  11. Approaches to Sales to External Companies
  1. Four biggest strategies on external sales for information-systems subsidiaries
  1. Sales ratio earned from external sales
  2. Target companies to whom information-systems subsidiaries provide services
  3. Services in details
  4. Utilizing knowledge
  5. Prices for external sales
  6. Measures to expand external sales
  7. Measures towards cloud computing
  8. Measures towards globalization
  9. Solution to stay in business
  10. Influence and measures against lack of human resources
  11. Measures to enhance corporate structure
  12. Future business outlook

V   Company Profiles

18 enterprises

VI   Trends in Parent Companies Who Own information-systems Subsidiaries

  1. Overview
  2. Alignment with subsidiaries
  3. Advantages in owning subsidiaries
  4. Challenges of operating subsidiaries
  5. Future outlook

VII    Company Profiles of Parent Companies Who Own information-systems Subsidiaries

  1. Food/Medical products manufacturers
  2. Building material manufacturers
  3. Synthetic chemistry manufacturers
  4. Materials manufacturers
  5. Processed food manufacturers
  6. TV Stations
  7. Construction Industry
  8. Electronic manufacturers& office equipment manufacturers
  9. Retailers
  10. Financial businesses
  11. Chemical products/Vehicle management facility manufacturers

Price

written in Japanese
90,000 yen ($792.74)
(excluding consumption tax)
180,000 yen ($1,585.48)
(excluding consumption tax)
270,000 yen ($2,378.23)
(excluding consumption tax)
* Equivalent value in US$ (Today's rate : $1= 113.53 yen , 2021/10/23 Japan)