eLife was recognized by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications as one of the "100 Telework Pioneers" for fiscal year 2009.
1,000 home-based staff nationwide utilizing the cloud, realizing a way of working that leverages the perspectives of consumers.
Interactive marketing firm eLife Inc.(headquartered in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; Seiichiro Fujiwara, CEO; hereinafter eLife) is pleased to announce that it has been selected by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications as one of the "100 Telework Pioneers" for fiscal 2009, based on the telework-based organization it has developed over the 18 years since its founding, which enables its 1,000 home-based staff nationwide and its headquarters staff to be active. The company is pleased to announce that it has been selected as one of the "100 Telework Pioneers" by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications for fiscal year 2009.
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TMEIC has created a system in which 1,000 staff members residing throughout Japan can work together.
Our staff, who are scattered from Hokkaido to Okinawa and even overseas, work on a telework basis, sometimes working on projects as a team of 3 to 15 home-based staff members. Meetings with clients can be held in person from home or via videoconference. We also use the "G Suite" cloud-based groupware calendar to coordinate videoconferencing times by sharing our staff's daily schedules such as "hospital visits" and "preschool pickups and drop-offs," and we use chat tools for asynchronous communication to promote collaboration across distances and individual work schedules.
Teleworking practice of the head office employees' freedom of choice.
In addition to sales outings and work in creative environments, remote work is also possible for any reason, including weather, physical condition, childcare, and nursing care, by simply adding "remote" to the schedule in the G Suite calendar, including weekly company-wide meetings, without the need to apply to a supervisor. By maximizing the use of videoconferencing and cloud tools to ensure internal communication, we are instilling an internal culture that produces results regardless of location.
eLifewill continue to support the marketing activities of various companies as a marketing professional that utilizes the perspectives of real consumers by creating an environment in which home-based staff and employees can focus on work that seamlessly creates value without being restricted by the location and time of caregivers and childcare.
What is the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications' "100 Telework Pioneers"?
URL Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications "100 Pioneers of Telework " (Japanese only)
Telework" refers to a flexible work style that makes effective use of time and place through the use of ICT. It is a way of working that takes advantage of the diverse lifestyles of various people, regardless of gender, age, disability, urban or rural location, and other factors. For the purpose of promoting the spread of telework, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications designates companies and organizations that are introducing and utilizing telework as "telework pioneers" and, after rigorous screening, selects companies with a sufficient track record as one of the "100 Telework Pioneers" and has been announcing them since FY 2015.
eLifeis continuing to practice interactive marketing that connects companies and consumers from various angles. Through participation in corporate and brand communities, product monitoring experiences, and other activities, we help companies build and operate systems that give back to their marketing activities.
Representative Director & CEO: Seiichiro Fujiwara
Capital : 400 million yen (including capital reserve)
Establishment : September 1999
Employees : 60 Others: Approx. 1,000 SOHO staff (as of August, 2016)
Location : 1-29-9 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
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