The time when a company could simply manufacture and sell a product has come to an end. Today, no company can communicate its value without providing services that adapt to the various and diverse needs of end users. More and more, companies are required to make a shift from a labor-intensive paradigm to a broader, knowledge-intensive, service-based orientation. Employees, too, are faced with the necessity of changing the way they think about their work. Gone are the days of routine work; now, employees must think creatively, and demonstrate their unique professional capabilities.
With the capital and business alliance forged with U.S.-based salesforce.com, Inc., TeamSpirit has completed a transformation from outsourcer to cloud service provider as we set out on our second start-up endeavor. Our experience making such a profound change taught us that the most effective way to inspire our employees to put forth 100% of their professional strengths is to establish a cycle of 1) visualizing daily activities, 2) receiving feedback from those around us, and 3) reflecting on our own activities and relating them to tomorrow.
|Address||Kyobashi soseikan, 4th Fl. Kyobashi 2-5-18, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0031
|Founded||November 13, 1996|
|Capital||646,100,000 JPY [including capital reserve)|
Nippon Venture Capital Co., Ltd.
Nissay Capital Co., Ltd.
SMBC Venture Capital Co., Ltd
Mizuho Capital Co., Ltd.
SunBridge Global Ventures, Inc.
TeamSpirit management group
● Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Kyobashi Station Exit 4 in front of the building, there is an entrance on the right side.
● 10 minutes on foot from JR Tokyo Station Yaesu South Exit
● 4 minutes on foot from Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line Ginza 1-chome Station
● 3 minutes on foot from Takaru-cho station on the Toei Subway / Asakusa Line