Established as an IT consulting firm in Tokyo in the spring of 1998, Triumph Corporation has steadily progressed to the status of a listed corporation in the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE). Although Triumph went through multiple changes over the past, its original core competency has been the Information Technology business as repeatedly demonstrated by thousands of successful IT project deliveries. Today, Triumph is well-positioned in the IT realm of Japan as a trusted partner for IT consulting, systems integration, engineering services and professional outsourcing services. In the January of 2011, Triumph Corporation was restructured as a holdings company by gradually transferring its IT-business to IS Force Ltd, a fully-owned subsidiary of Triumph. Since then, Triumph started building a corporate group known as United Enterprises of Triumph (UET) to foster, promote and advance business growth through optimized management practices, while accelerating corporate growth through M&As and investments in diversified industries.


Masaru Ozawa
President & CEO

Shinji Nakai
COO & Director

Rui Nomura
CIO & Director

Kiichi Yamamoto

Hideo Yamagishi

Yoshiaki Kuwano
Corporate Auditor

Naoki Tejima
Corporate Auditor

Satoshi Saito
Corporate Auditor


Company Name: Triumph Corporation Ltd.

URL: http://www.uet.jp

Head Office: 18th Floor, Sumitomo Real Estate Nishi-Shinjuku Building, 7-20-1 Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Tel/Fax: +81-3-5332-6751 (Japanese Language Only)/+81-3-5332-6752

Date of Incorporation: October 19, 1999

Initial Capital: 32,125,000 JPY

Accounting Auditor: Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LLC.

Staff Members: 274 (Consolidated)

Business Structure: ISForce Ltd. (Information Technology, 100% holding ratio), Triumph Asset Management Ltd (Real Estate, 100% holding ratio), Advance Ltd. (Sales and Marketing, 100% holding ratio)