About us

Deloitte Tohmatsu akt Co., Ltd.

As a member of Deloitte, Deloitte Tohmatsu Act Co., Ltd. (DTakt) is responsible for supporting companies in implementing their DX strategies. As DX initiatives continue to evolve on a global scale and the pace of technological change continues to accelerate, we will support the creation of systems adapted to the changing business environment.

Company Profile

Company Name Deloitte Tohmatsu akt Co., Ltd. (DTakt)
Established December 2000
Capital JPY 10 million
Representative Yasushi Nobukuni(CEO)
Headquarters
(Tokyo-Hanzomon)
Shin-Hanzomon Building 13-1 Ichibancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 102-0082, Japan
Headquarters
(Fukuoka)
Elgala, 1-4-2 Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka, 810-0001, Japan

Business Overview and Position in Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting Business

Strengthening End-to-End Support for Digital Transformation at Client Companies

The Deloitte Tohmatsu Group has a policy of strengthening its support system for the advancement of clients' End-to-End digital transformation, which spans strategy formulation to execution, maintenance and operation. As part of this policy, we will significantly expand the functions and systems for providing End-to-End support of client transformation involving the introduction and updating of IT systems. We will do this by offering the various consulting services of Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting together with the services of Deloitte Tohmatsu Act Co., Ltd. as an integrated package.

Consulting

We provide integrated and comprehensive support for the development and implementation of selected solutions for finance, supply chain, and IT business investment based on Deloitte's advanced methodology.

Digital Transformation (DX)

We provide comprehensive support for the development and introduction of advanced digital solutions in conjunction with process design to realize corporate digital transformation and strategies.

Managed Services (AMO)

To maximize the value of solutions delivered by Consulting and DX, we provide comprehensive support for maintenance, improvement, and utilization of those solutions, as well as further transformation.

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