Corporate Profile of PCA CORPORATION

Company Name


Headquarters Location

PCA Bldg. 1-2-21 Fujimi, Chiyoda-ku,

Tokyo 102-8171, Japan


890.4 million yen (listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange)


August 1, 1980


Development and sales of computer software

Main Banks

Mizuho Bank, Shibuya Branch

Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking CORPORATION, Main Office

Executive Officers
President Fumiaki Sato
Senior Managing Director Hiroki Orito
Director of the Board & Senior Advisor (CISO) Manabu Mizutani
Member of the Board Yutaka Mizutani
Member of the Board Fumio Tamai
Member of the Board Yoshiko Shirata
Member of the Board Kumiko Arai
Member of the Board Hiroshi Kumamoto
Full-time Auditor Munekazu Akaike
Auditor Tadashi Shimojima
Auditor Kimihito Fukasawa
Auditor Masayuki Satake
Main Clients
Otsuka Corporation Microsoft Japan Co., Ltd
Canon System & Support Inc. Hitachi Systems, Ltd.
Canon Marketing Japan Inc. Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
Synnex Infotec Corp. Fujitsu Limited
Softbank BB Corp. Ricoh Company, Ltd.
Daiwabo Information System Co., Ltd. Ricoh Japan Co., Ltd.
Toshiba Information Equipments Co., Ltd.  
Investor Relations Yoshiyuki Sakashita (Certified Public Accountant) General Manager, The Financial Division

PCA headquarters building

Financial base

PCA is in a strong financial position, without any interest-bearing debt and an equity-to- assets ratio of 80%. We maintain our solid financial base so that we can always engage in advanced technical development and supply products with stability.

Application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)

PCA has voluntarily applied International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) to the consolidated financial statement since the year ending March 31, 2011, and has since continued to disclose the statements on the PCA website. The company creates an IFRS consolidated financial statement in order to check what points need to be dealt with by accounting software, and to make use of that in future software development. This is PCA's purpose in creating IFRS consolidated financial statements and voluntarily disclosing them.