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About Us

Information Development is an IT company dedicated to bringing customers the most reliable and up to date technology to help them run their businesses.

Services

We have over 45 years of IT experience, servicing over 1,000 companies with focus on large- scale financial institutions.

investor relations

Independent Information Services Corporation. Competitive in IT outsourcing for financial fields.

recruitment

Hiring and training the highest quality of IT professionals to serve the global marketplace. We are searching for a range of IT professionals, contact us today.

Working at ID Group

All new hires go through a specialized company training process where you build hardware setups, network configurations, software systems, create system & network spec manuals, and develop the OS installation process. How quickly you can advance through the program is up to you. The more expertise you possess coming in, the faster you will be able to advance through the program.

IT SECURITY ENGINEER
IT SECURITY ENGINEER
Tokyo, Japan
Protect system boundaries, keep computer systems and network devices hardened against attacks and secure highly sensitive data for our clients.
PROGRAMMER
PROGRAMMER
Tokyo, Japan
Plays important roles in developing systems and infrastructures whilst optimizing performance for clients.
NETWORK ENGINEER
NETWORK ENGINEER
Tokyo, Japan
Designing, developing and maintaining network architectures critical to our clients’ IT business operations.
SYSTEMS ENGINEER
SYSTEMS ENGINEER
Tokyo, Japan
Applies technical knowledge in order to effectively build systems for clients by utilizing their previous and new equipment stemming from system, security, or network engineering.

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Miho Owens
Miho Owens
General Manager
Yuko Kasuya
Yuko Kasuya
Recruitment Advisor
Delson Dasilva
Delson Dasilva
Recruiter
Software Developer
Web Developer
Daisuke Matsukura
Daisuke Matsukura
Web Developer/IT Technician
Media Technician
Recruiter

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Question & Answer

We interviewed some of our employees to provide new hires with some insight.

Alyssa P.

From: USA
Joined ID: 2017

What is the biggest difference between the life at your hometown and the life at Tokyo?

I think living alone and trying to figure out the life in a new country is a big difference, because when I was in America, l lived with my parents. So when I needed something, I could just ask them. Here, when you live alone, you have to figure it out yourself. Of course there are people you can ask, but nobody is living with you, who is actually related to you.

 

What made you want to work in Japan?

I want to use Japanese in a professional working environment instead of using it during a vacation. Plus, I have a degree in Computer Science.

What do you think about the training program?

It is really long. It is about four months. It is kind of weird for me because I know most of the contents but I do not really know a lot of the Japanese and the vocabularies. So we were going through them. It was easy, but when I tried to explain them to others, it became hard.

Was there anything special you have seen at ID?

I thought it was pretty cool how the half of the new hires out of about 60 people who came in with me were girls. I know when I was in college, I was the only girl in my tech classes.

What do you think about the work-life balance at ID?

I think it is really good. You may hear a lot about Japanese companies forcing you to work overtime. You can kind of see that in TV shows and media, but here, I have never been forced to work overtime. I have seen people leaving when the day ends. So I think that is definitely good for work-life balance.



Wenyue J.

From: China
Joined ID: 2017

What is the biggest difference between the life at your hometown and the life at Tokyo?

There is not so much difference between China and Tokyo. Personally, when I go to a new place, I can meet some new people and deal with new challenges.

What made you want to work in Japan?

I just want to try a new life in a new country. Also it is much closer to my hometown, China, compared to the United States, where I was studying.

What do you think about the training program?

When I was in the training program, I studied with other people. It was also new to me because in the U.S. you can just find a job which fits your major, but here everything is new.

Was there anything special you have seen at ID?

ID is entirely different from my imagination when I was in America. The stereotypes of Japanese companies might be working overtime or having a strict rank relationship. However, the atmosphere in ID is lively, and the seniors are willing to help you all the time. Everyone can get chances and supports as long as he/she is willing to. Diversity is not just a slogan here. It`s a part of this company and our life.

What do you think about the work-life balance at ID?

The company has a lot of fan clubs. I have friends who joined the guitar club to learn how to play. And they have about two guitar classes every month. Everyone can explore his/her hobbies here. Our president also said that having a hobby was one of the most important things for a person.



Miho S.

From: Japan
Joined ID: 2000

What is the biggest difference between the life at your hometown and the life at Tokyo?

The climate in Nakano is colder compared to Tokyo. Winter in Nakano is really cold, but it is relatively warm in Tokyo. Transportation is also really convenient in Tokyo. So I would say it is easier to live to Tokyo.

What do you think about the training program?

Compared to other Japanese companies, the content of our training program is more diversified and enriched. Recently, I have seen more young employees, females employees and international employees joining this program. When I entered the company, the training program was not this sophisticated, so I am kinda jealous about the new hires.

Was there anything special you have seen at ID?

Comparing to similar companies, IT has more international employees. Because of this, we assimilated many different cultures and raised our Japanese working standard to a higher level. And since we have many international offices as well, we have a better understanding on adopting different cultures. Therefore, we can understand what we are doing well and what we are not doing well better.

 

What do you think about the work-life balance at ID?

Right now, ID urges on helping employees to manage their working time and private time,  especially for the people who are trying to get certain certifications, the company would allow them to have more private time.