Tokyo exchange. Sector: Technology. Industry: Information Technology Services. Location Japan, Utsunomiya.

TKC Corporation [9746.TJapan

3,690USD5 (-0.14%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

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About TKC Corporation

TKC Corporation engages in the accounting firm, local governments, and printing businesses in Japan. The company provides information processing, and software and consulting services; and sells office equipment and office supplies for computer-based accounting, as well as help desk services to accounting firms and their clients, medium and large size companies, local municipalities, etc. It also develops and offers software to be installed on system devices for information service applications; manufactures and sells business forms for PCs and general office forms; and publishes books and monthly magazines on business management, and taxing and accounting. In addition, the company provides data printing and systems consulting services; security, maintenance, and repair; liability insurance and banking agency; and cloud computing and Internet services. Further, it engages in the development and maintenance of website; money loaning and mediation of money loaning for accounting firms and their client companies; collections administration on behalf of accounting firms and their client companies; and development, sale, and maintenance of computer software, office equipment and supplies, and legal information database services. The company was formerly known as Tochigi Prefecture Computing Center Co., Ltd. and changed its name to TKC Corporation in December 1986. TKC Corporation was incorporated in 1966 and is headquartered in Utsunomiya, Japan.


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