Dream Arts wins “ Retail Award ” at Microsoft Japan Partner of the Year 2019

Dream Arts Co., Ltd. Dream Arts wins “ Retail Award ” at Microsoft Japan Partner of the Year 2019 …………………………………………………………………………………………… Dream Arts Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, President: Takaaki Yamamoto, hereinafter referred to as Dream Arts) Won the “Retail Award”. “Microsoft Japan Partner of the Year” selects companies that have high technical capabilities and abundant achievements in Microsoft products and provide optimal solutions for system construction through system integration, consulting, education, technical support, etc. Thing. For more information about Microsoft Japan Partner of the Year 2019, please visit aka.ms/japan-award-2019. The “Retail Award” is awarded to partners who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and industry leadership in providing innovative and unique retail services and solutions using Microsoft technology. [Image


■ Reason for the award and previous efforts between Microsoft Japan and Dream Arts This time, the cloud service “Shop Lan” provided by Dream Arts, which supports the multi-store business in the distribution and retail industries, and the installation results of over 35,000 stores were highly evaluated, and the “Retail Award” was awarded. With the growing importance of “digital transformation” that uses digital technology to create new value, Dream Arts has collaborated with Microsoft Japan to support business reform in large organizations. Specifically, the cloud platform “Microsoft Azure” provided by Microsoft Japan is adopted as the provision and development platform for Dream Arts products, and the authentication platform supports “Azure Active Directory”. Starting this spring, we have also started to provide a mechanism for linking Dream Arts’ solution “Sm @ rtDB (Smart DB)” with various external applications using “Azure Logic Apps” technology. We will continue to strengthen service development and joint sales systems that take advantage of the strengths of both companies, and strive to quickly realize business reforms in large-scale organizations.
■ Endorsement from Microsoft Japan Minami Takahashi, Executive Vice President, Partner Business Division, Microsoft Japan, stated: “We would like to congratulate Dream Arts for its“ Microsoft Japan Partner of the Year 2019 ”Retail Award. Dream Arts uses Microsoft Azure to create a retail-specific solution called“ Shop Ran. As a result, Microsoft Japan will continue to work with Dream Arts to develop services using the latest technology, and through a strong partnership, We will contribute to the promotion of customer digital transformation. ” About Dream Arts Inc. (https://www.dreamarts.co.jp) Dream Arts Co., Ltd., established in December 1996, is a creative company that emphasizes “information sharing” and “dialogue” with a corporate mission of “contributing to the development of people, organizations and society full of joy of collaborative creation”. We provide efficient and high-quality solutions and services. Under the slogan “Find collaborative creation”, we help ICT and “collaborative creation” to solve business problems that cannot be solved by ICT alone or by people alone. About “Shop Ran (R)” (https://shoprun.jp/) “Shop Ran (R)” is a cloud service specializing in communication between headquarters and stores in the distribution and retail industries. This service has been adopted by a wide range of industries and scales, including the Skylark and RIZAP groups, and is used by a large number of customers with approximately 35,000 stores and 530,000 customers (including overseas). “Shop Ran” uses Microsoft Azure cloud platform provided by Microsoft Japan as a service platform, realizing an environment that can flexibly respond to changes in the scale of use and content. Please check the site for details.

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