JOMYAKU Co., Ltd.
[Online seminar] JOMYAKU co-sponsored “DX seminar to overcome individuality in the waste, recycling, and transportation industry” with enstem, which supports safety and accident prevention DX for transportation companies
JOMYAKU Co., Ltd. (Jomyaku, Headquarters: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, President: Makoto Tabira, hereinafter JOMYAKU), which supports people engaged in all venous industries (*1) that support social
infrastructure with DX, utilizes biometric data. In collaboration with enstem Co., Ltd. (head office: Chuo-ku, Tokyo; CEO: Hirohiro Yamamoto), which provides services that support drivers’ safety and health management, We are pleased to announce that the DX Seminar for “will be held online from 15:00 on Monday, December 12, 2022. Application form:
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■ Event overview
In recent years, there is no day without hearing the word “DX (Digital Transformation)”, from the efforts of governments and companies to the sales tools of individual companies, such as news and media pages. Action is recommended.
On the other hand, the waste, recycling, and transportation industries are aging and suffering from a shortage of human resources. tend to. Furthermore, from April 1, 2024, it has been decided that the “upper limit on overtime hours for automobile driving” will be applied according to the work style reform related law. By setting an upper limit on the working hours of drivers with penalties, there is a risk that problems such as “decrease in company sales and profits”, “decrease in income and turnover of truck drivers”, and “increase in freight rates on the side of shippers” will occur. It is believed that there is, and even in the venous industry where transportation occurs, there is a growing desire to review work styles.
While there are such issues in the waste, recycling, and
transportation industries, along with the increase in companies that provide digital services, there has been an increase in the
simplification of business processes. From now on, it will be more and more necessary to prevent mistakes and become a company that is easy for employees to work in by breaking away from individualization. In this seminar, representatives of two companies that provide digital services in the waste and recycling industry and the transportation industry will explain DX to break away from the personalization of companies.
Name: DX seminar for overcoming individualism in the waste, recycling, and transportation industries
Organizer: JOMYAKU, enstem
Date: December 12, 2022 (Monday) 15:00-16:00 (Application deadline: December 8, 2022 (Thursday) 18:00)
Participation fee: Free *Pre-registration required. Other companies in the same industry and individuals may refrain from participating. Holding format: Zoom * For those who have applied, we will separately inform you of the viewing method and URL at a later date.
*Advance registration is required. Please fill in the application information on the form.
*At a later date, you will receive an email with the “seminar URL”. *Participation by other companies in the same industry and individuals may be refused.
・JOMYAKU Co., Ltd. Representative Director Masato Tabira
After working as a start-up venture company and in the president’s office during the listing period, he became independent. After starting two companies, a smartphone home-visit repair business and a person-to-person car sharing service business, the business was transferred. After that, while talking with people in the venous industry, I thought, “I want to shine more light on people in the venous industry that supports Japan’s infrastructure,” and established JOMYAKU Co., Ltd. Developed and operated the web service “Manimani” to improve the efficiency of receiving requests for collection and transportation work in the waste and recycling industry and arranging vehicle dispatch.
・ URL: https://mani-mani.com/
・Enstem Co., Ltd. Representative Director Hirohiro Yamamoto
After graduating from Waseda University, joined Google as a new graduate. Engaged in corporate marketing strategy planning for 4 years. After that, he started enstem Co., Ltd. after working on business development using AI at Cogent Lab. We provide services that support the safety and health management of drivers using biometric data, and support the safety and accident prevention DX of many transportation companies.
“Manimani” for DX and efficiency improvement in the waste/recycling industry “Manimani” is a web service that streamlines vehicle dispatch request acceptance and vehicle dispatch arrangement work in the
waste/recycling industry. By using this service, we aim to create an environment where people working in the waste/recycling industry can go home as early as possible, leading to a reduction in turnover and an increase in recruiting power. By promoting the introduction of “Manimani”, we will promote DX in the waste and recycling industry in the venous industry and aim to realize a resource recycling society. ・ URL: https://mani-mani.com/
■ Features of “Manimani”
(1) Disposal companies can request dispatch with a single button from a smartphone, PC, or tablet.
(2) Collection and transportation businesses can check the request details in a list.
(3) Collection and transportation businesses can easily arrange vehicle dispatches by drag and drop.
JOMYAKU is a company that has the mission of “supporting all people who support social infrastructure”, and works together with business operators to face the industry issues faced by the vein industry and build a digital system to solve the issues. Aiming to realize a future where venous and arterial industries circulate sustainably, we will do our utmost to support all venous industries that support social infrastructure.
・Company name: JOMYAKU Co., Ltd.
・Established: October 1, 2021
・Representative: Masato Tabira, President and Representative Director ・Business description: Development, operation, sales, and DX promotion support of the web service “Manimani” to improve operational efficiency in accepting requests for collection and transportation work in the waste and recycling industry and arranging vehicle dispatch
・Head office location: Tokyu Bancho Building, 6 Yonbancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Details about this release: