TIS Inc.

About TIS Inc.

TIS Inc. provides information technology (IT) services in Japan and internationally. The company operates through Service IT Business, BPO, Financial IT Services, Industrial IT Services, and Other segments. The Service IT Business segment provides knowledge-intensive IT services to create universalized template-oriented solutions, such as default configuration and ERP for clients. The BPO segment offers business process outsourcing services, including marketing and sales services; and office and contract operations. The Financial IT Services segment offers value-added services for client's operations, expand use of IT, and IT-based support services for the financial sector. The Industrial IT Business segment value-added services for client's operations, expand use of IT, and IT-based support services for the non-financial sector. The Others segment provides leasing and other information systems. The company serves clients in the credit card, banking, insurance and other financial, manufacturing, distribution, service, public, and other sectors. The company was formerly known as IT Holdings Corporation and changed its name to TIS Inc. in July 2016. TIS Inc. was founded in 1971 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

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3626.T Japan

3,865USD45 (-1.16%)

• At close Mon Oct 03 2022

Tokyo exchange

Sector: Technology

Industry: Information Technology Services

Location Japan, Tokyo

Grade: ACF

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