Innovation et gestion de programmes synchronisée et collaborative pour les nouveaux programmes
Digital Process Ltd. has been a Siemens solution partner since 1996. Seventy percent of its main customers are from the automotive industry. The company is expanding its market to include aerospace, machinery and electronics industries
Digital Process Ltd. (DIPRO) is a leading global provider of solutions and services for computer-aided design, engineering and manufacturing (CAD/CAM/CAE) and product lifecycle management for engineering and manufacturing. Founded in 1987 as an affiliate of Nissan Motor Company, ownership of DIPRO was transferred to Fujitsu, Ltd. in 2000. With unique solutions developed through a combined heritage in the automotive and computer technology industries, DIPRO provides users with total solutions from concept development to production. The company offers technical consulting, customized software development, maintenance and support, CAD modeling and knowledge management, data exchange and various CAE technical services.
DIPRO’s customers are world-leading companies that view DIPRO as not only a solution provider but also a partner that helps them accelerate their own digital processes.
DIPRO helps customers to optimize their solutions through a combination of Fujitsudeveloped information technology (IT) and manufacturing expertise and experiences acquired in the automotive industry through the years. The core services of the company include software development, software sales, digital content services and engineering service and support. DIPRO can deliver total solutions to customers to integrate the four core services.
DIPRO is poised to realize business growth by pursuing solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 initiatives. “We can build a base together with Siemens around new IoT or Industry 4.0 trends using Siemens’ solution portfolios to respond to the demands of new clients,” says Akira Kawami, managing director of DIPRO. “Not only can we be involved in Industry 4.0, which Siemens is proposing now, but also IoT, Big Data and autonomous driving, which are gradually moving into the mainstream of the automotive industry.”
“With our gradually expanding global market, Siemens’ products are becoming indispensable,” Kawami says. “Solutions will be integrated with products and adapted for clients by carefully following the trends in the U.S. and Europe. We would definitely like to use Siemens’ pioneer cases in global accounts, and apply them for Japanese clients.”