We are thrilled to announce that Diceus became a technology partner for the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan! It’s one of the largest local ministries responsible for many vital areas of national development: land use, transportation, social capital, security, travel. We have just successfully completed a pilot project for the Ministry. Now, we are engaged in the discussion of new software development projects aimed to help our client with more efficient operations.
Dmytro Rovinskyi, Head of Sales at Diceus, shares his thoughts on this cooperation:
“Some time ago, we discovered the prospects of the Japanese market for Diceus. I’m happy that we have proved our reliability and expertise through the pilot project, and that our cooperation is going on. Diceus specializes in projects for enterprises and governmental organizations. I’m sure that we will work on many exciting projects together with the Ministry and other Japanese companies.”
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) is a part of the Japanese government, the largest local ministry in terms of employees. As well, it’s the second largest executive governmental branch after the Ministry of Defense. It handles land planning and surveying, transportation, meteorology, tourism, social capital development, and security. MLIT is responsible for one-third of all Japanese laws.
Diceus is the outsourcing company established in 2011. We provide software development, consulting, and digital transformation services in various industries, from banking to aerospace. The work is based on standards-driven processes with close attention to each stage of the development cycle. We work with clients from Europe, North America, Middle East, and Asia to help them run their businesses effectively.
Iryna Chubur, Chief Marketing Officer
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