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Presentations


November 20 (Thursday) [Venue: Hall A]

9:30 - 10:00

Opening Ceremony

Greetings from the organizers of the C&C User Forum and iEXPO 2014 and presentation of awards for NUA activities

  • Greetings from organizers
  • Nationwide NUA Research Achievement Awards
  • Nationwide NUA User Case Study Paper Awards
NEC C&C Systems Users Association (NUA) is an organization of enterprises, government agencies, and educational institutions that are using NEC products and services and is aimed at sharing information, improving skills, and fostering communication among members.

10:00 - 10:50

Keynote Address (Simultaneous English and Chinese interpreting provided)

Orchestrating a brighter world

Photo: Nobuhiro Endo

Nobuhiro Endo

President, NEC Corporation

Our world today is faced with various global-scale problems. Aiming to realize a society where people can live brighter and more abundant lives, NEC will leverage next-generation network technologies, high-performance and high-reliability computing technologies, state-of-the-art sensor technologies, and advanced data analysis technologies as new social infrastructures that will contribute to the solution of these problems. This address gives an introduction of the new values provided by the NEC Group's Solutions for Society and of our vision of the new society to be realized in collaboration with our customers.

11:40 - 12:40

Special Lecture 1 (Simultaneous English interpreting provided)

Innovations toward realizing the aspired image of the retail industry:
Aiming to provide contents with high absolute value and expand the lasting customer relationship.

Photo: Hiroshi Ohnishi

Hiroshi Ohnishi

President and CEO, Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd.

The social and economic environment surrounding the retail industry today is going through a period of meaningful changes, such as the reduction of the working-age population, the rise of electronic commerce (EC), and the increase of inbound tourists to Japan. The transformation of Japanese companies, not only in the retail industry, during this major period of transition is without doubt the very key to improving the productivity of Japan, which has dropped low during the "Lost Two Decades." Aiming to go back to the "aspired image of the retail industry," Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings has initiated reforms in its supply chain in order to deliver contents with high absolute value and in its human resource development and management systems in order for employees to focus their strengths in customer satisfaction. We will endeavor to improve our capabilities to provide the new lifestyles sought by our customers by further honing our abilities in merchandizing, a proven strength of our company.
In this address, I would like to share concrete examples of the reforms we are actually carrying out on the ground.

November 21 (Friday) [Venue: Hall A]

9:30 - 10:30

Special Lecture 4 (Simultaneous English interpreting provided)

Marketing strategy of Universal Studios Japan® to continue providing the "world's best"

Photo: Isao Tanaka

Isao Tanaka

Director, Universal Studios Japan®

"The Wizarding World of Harry Potter" had its grand opening at Universal Studios Japan on July 15 this year. I would like to share with you Universal Studio Japan’s marketing strategies that led us to decide on implementing this major project that entailed huge investments. These strategies have also enabled us to keep business strong since the grand opening and to continue providing our guests with a level of entertainment considered as the world's best.

* Please note that the title and/or content of presentations and seminars may be subject to change.