Today’s work will change the world of tomorrow.

Constantly moving forward

– The iPX creed –

While technology continues to evolve, siloed system knowledge is reaching its limit.
iPX focuses not on “systems,” but on “data” and “processes.”
As fragmentation and evolution constantly flow in a repeating cycle, iPX applies its thinking to create and give final shape to concepts with its technology.


Our organization structures – 3 Execution Units

iPX consists of three execution units:

  • Corporate Strategy Division
  • Technical Cooperation Division
  • Partners Cooperation Division

, and one more institution: Strategy Committee.
The Strategy Committee acts as a representative advisory body and determines the strategy as a company.
With that decision as its mission, the three execution units will take action.
It is required to think and act by oneself as an execution unit that creates a concept and finishes it in a “shape”.
iPX will make a leap forward with these three execution units and aim to become a more active group.


Staff Interview


A way of working that you have never experienced. I think the voice of the staff who are working now will surely be a clue.

Mr. Abe (TCD)

Mr. Abe (TCD)

My name is Abe, my company history is overwhelmingly short, but only the industry history is as long as 15 years.
I have been working as a PG in this industry for 15 years and have worked in various fields. I have used a wide variety of languages such as C/C++, Java, PHP, and even Fortran.
Therefore, it is also a fact that we have not gone to the point of mastering one language. Entering various projects is a new challenge and experience in itself.
My theory is that “basic power” is important for getting the job done.
Even if you develop using the same language, it is quite difficult to meet the needs of various customers, such as different frameworks and different development methods in the first place.
At that time, if you know or experience development methods, network knowledge, and various other knowledge, not to mention basic knowledge about languages, you will not be able to respond smoothly to new entrants. Is it?
Even simple ones may be useful in unexpected places, such as actually writing code and trying it out, and investigating what you are interested in.