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2013
  • Merged with JIPM Solutions Co., Ltd.
2012
  • Merged the businesses in Europe, established JMAC Europe S.p.A in Milan,
2008
  • Established JMAC Thailand in Bangkok
2007
  • Opened JMAC Nagoya Office
2006
  • Established JMAC China in Shanghai
  • Established Crossover Inc.
2005
  • Relocated JMAC Osaka Office
2004
  • Opened JMAC Beijing Office as strategic base for Asia region
2003
  • Opened JMAC Osaka Office
  • Established a joint venture in Tokyo, FMIC(Future Management & Innovation Consulting Inc.), with IMIG AG, a German consulting firm
2001
  • Jointly published Maynard’s Industrial Engineering Handbook 15th Edition with H. B. Maynard Corporation in the United States
2000
  • Established JMAC Europe B.V.
1999
  • Introduced the operating office system (director in charge)
  • Introduced/Developed Technology
    S-MAX (Service-Maximum)
1997
  • Introduced/Developed Technology
    ECR (Efficient Consumer Response)
    Knowledge Creation
1992
  • Founded Korea JMAC Inc. in Korea, establishing a base for the consulting business
1988 – 1991
  • Established JMAC Considi S.p.A. in Italy (current JMA Consultants Europe S.p.A.)
  • Introduced/Developed Technology
    Internal Consultant College (ICC)
    Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)
    Customer Satisfaction Management (CS Management)
    Strategic Information System (SIS)
1987
  • Introduced/Developed Technology
    MOST (Maynard Operation Sequence Technique)
1986
  • Began full-scale consulting business in Korea
1985
  • Started the study of 21st century style innovative companies (JMAC-21)
1984
  • Established JMAC Europe S.A. in Paris (current JMA Consultants International Paris S.A.S.)
1981 – 1983
  • Introduced/Developed Technology
    Business Conference Innovation Program (BCIP)
    NBP (New Business Planning Program)
  • Reconstruction/Development Plan for Mass Transit Business
    Managing Office Productivity (MOP)
    Factory Automation (FA)
1980
  • Split off the Consulting Business Headquarters, which was the central department since the company’s foundation, and became independent as Japan Management Association Consultants (current JMA Consultants Inc.)
1972 – 1979
  • Introduced/Developed Technology
    Single preparatory plan
    Production, Inventory Distribution (PDI)
    PAC-II
    Organized Design for Line & Crew System (ORDLIX)
    Variety Reduction
    Sales Planning/Performance Evaluation & Clinic System (SPECS)
    Energy Cost Reduction Program (ERP-20)
    Process Innovation & Planning Program (PIPP)
    Program for Equipment Improvement & Development (PEID)
1970
  • Split off the business related to logistics management, and established Japan Physical Logistics Association (currently Japan Institute of Logistics System)
1969
  • Split off the business related to facilities management, and established Japan Plant Engineer Association (currently Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance)
1948 – 1968
  • Introduced/Developed Technology
    Statistical Quality Control (SQC)
    Training Within Industry (TWI)
    Work Factor (WF)
    Preventive Maintenance (PM)
    Translation and publication of Standard Time and Standard Work written by REFA of West Germany
    Value Analysis (VA)
    PERT/CPM
    Zero Defects (ZD)
    Systematic Layout Planning (SLP)
    Performance Analysis & Control (PAC)
    KJ method
    MIC Planning (Management of Indirect Costs)
1947
  • Held the first workshop for production engineers (abbreviated name is P. Currently, Training Course for IE assistants)
1945
  • Transferred the business related to standards to the newly established Japan Standards Association
1942
  • Integrated Japan Noritsu Rengokai and Japan Industrial Association, and established Japan Management Association
  • With the primary mission of establishing a structure that facilitates an increase in production in the munitions industry, support the enterprises to enable them to improve.

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