NS Solutions Corporation

About NS Solutions Corporation

NS Solutions Corporation provides information technology solutions in Japan and internationally. The company offers business and information system consultation services; and plans, designs, develops, implements, operates, and maintains information systems. It also develops, manufactures, and sells software and hardware; and provides outsourcing services using information technology. In addition, the company offers data center and cloud computing services; and ERP, management visualization, system integration and workflow, and production and sales management solutions, as well as IT infrastructure and global expansion support services. It serves manufacturing, retail, distribution, transportation, finance, and telecommunication sectors, as well as government. The company was formerly known as Nippon Steel Information and Communication Systems Inc. and changed its name to NS Solutions Corporation in 2001. NS Solutions Corporation was incorporated in 1980 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. NS Solutions Corporation is a subsidiary of Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation.



2327.T Japan

3,555USD50 (-1.41%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

Tokyo exchange

Sector: Technology

Industry: Information Technology Services

Location Japan, Tokyo

Grade: ACF

2,467,807,645 USD
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