Internet Initiative Japan picks Wolters Kluwer’s CCH Targetik to boost its performance

Internet Initiative Japan (IIJ) has picked CCH Tagetik, part of Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting, to enhance corporate performance management and better inform management decisions.

This system is used for the integrated management of financial and non-financial details of all businesses which realises sustainable innovation based on company-wide unified KPI indicators.

“We are making capital investments in IT infrastructures such as data centers and Internet backbones, and are doing business to provide customers with high-value-added IT services that make the best use of them,” said Shuichi Fujiwara, general manager of the business infrastructure reformation department, administrative division at IIJ.

“In order to evaluate properly, it is extremely important to regard the IT infrastructure as a common cost and allocate the cost logically. There are more than 200 allocation patterns, but CCH Tagetik’s solution has enabled us to achieve drill-through from aggregated data to detailed data, which was one of our most important requirements.”

Kumiko Minowa, managing director of CCH Tagetik Japan, added, “We are proud that IIJ has chosen CCH Tagetik to enhance their business management. CCH Tagetik contributes to IIJ’s focus on continuous innovation allowing for transparency across the entire business with a modern CPM solution.”

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