NCS Corporation

Historical Events

    1980:

    • NCS founded as a one-man operation with 3 million yen as capital in Shibuya, Tokyo.

    1981:

    • Company changes its name from N.C.S. to its current name; Nippon Computer System Corp. Over ten people are employed.

    1982:

    • Now with 25 employees, the company is moved to Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo.

    1984:

    • Employees now number 69, and NCS moves once again, this time to Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo.

    1985:

    • Number of employees now pass the 100 mark. The games business is growing fast, and the Masaya brand is started.

    1989:

    • Sales of games software exceed NCS's business software sales. Company moves to Mitsui Building, Shinjuku, Tokyo. The company starts trading on the JASDAQ list.

    1993:

    • Games account for 67% of sales.

    1997:

    • NCS becomes a service partner of SAP Japan.

    2000:

    • NCS redraws from the games industry, to concentrate on business software and internet technology.
    Company history contributed by Игги Друге (44954)