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Tokyo, March 6th 2017

KAISHA-Tec announces the availability of enhanced vertical workflow solutions for the retail, CSR, local government and accounting sectors. All feature a simple user interface for greater productivity, streamlined workflow and a Sliverlight reporting dashboard for workflow and KPI analysis.

 

Tokyo, February 12th 2010

KAISHA-Tec announces the availability of new style vertical workflow solutions for the retail, CSR, local government and accounting sectors.

 

Germany, October 2nd 2009

KAISHA-Tec Partners, KTC announce the release of a new Subversion Collaboration plugin.

 

Tokyo, September 8th 2009

KAISHA-Tec in association with their UK partners announce the introduction of the Workflow as a Service business model (SaaS).

 

Germany, August 17th 2009

KAISHA-Tec Partners, KTC announce the availability in beta of a new Subversion Collaboration plugin. Final release is due on September 30th.


Tokyo, July 24th 2009

New Content Module already a success with several key users.
Download an overview - "When a Process Diagram is Not Enough"


Tokyo, May 10th 2009

Brand New!!! Content Module now released, this product is destined to give you control over your project documents.

Tokyo, January 4th 2008.

BPM vendor KAISHA-Tec, announced today its new 3-tier concept for its standards based BPM platform - ActiveModeler Avantage Foundation for .Net 3.0.

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Tokyo, November 9th 2007.

BPM vendor KAISHA-Tec, announced today its strategic bundling of its new standards based BPM platform - ActiveModeler Avantage for .Net 3.0.

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February 2007

KAISHA-Tec release their new Avantage BPMN process modeler and automation suite. The product highlights a free BPMN process modeling foundation.

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November 2006: New BPMN process modeler previewed in Tokyo

To a select audience in Tokyo, the new BPMN compliant process modeler was previewed. This offers an exciting future for process modeling and participants were keen to experience the full product. Release details will be available early in the New Year.

November 2005: BPM presentation at the BPM forum in Tokyo

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Representative Director Geoffrey Long gives a BPM presentation at the BPM forum in Tokyo. The new KAISHA-Tec upcoming BPMN modeler is also introduced to a very interested audience.

July 2004: ActiveModeler Professional and ActiveFlow 2.5 released

This upgrade further enhances functionality and introduces Sarbanes Oxley compliance to the workflow.

February 2004: ActiveModeler Professional and ActiveFlow 2.1 released

These new versions offer much enhanced functionality and an upgraded user interface. This website reflects these new product releases which offer exciting possibilities to users.

July 2002: NetWorld Interop Show, Makuhari Messe, Tokyo

Once again visitors to the show were very impressed with ActiveFlow...

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November 2001: Computer Expo, Tokyo

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Again ActiveModeler and ActiveFlow workflow receive glowing accolades

May 2001: Tokyo Business Show

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November 2000: Osaka, Japan

osakaosakaThe ActiveModeler to MS-Project interface impresses at the Microsoft Osaka Fall Conference.

Demonstrating the integration of the 2 products

A large crowd attend the seminar to see the interface..

October 2000: Tokyo

Microsoft, NEC and KAISHA-Tec announce a joint marketing relationship for the ActiveModeler to MS-Project interface.
The impressive interface was demonstrated at the MSC Microsoft 2000 Fall Conference on the same day in Tokyo to a very receptive audience.

 

October 2000: Copenhagen Global Exellence Awards

The Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC), Giga Information Group and the Workflow AndReengineering International Association (WARIA) announce KAISHA-Tec as the the Pacific Rim Gold Award vendor for the 2000 Global Excellence Awards for innovation and excellence in workflow implementations... (continue)

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June 2000: Tokyo Big Sight

New, more powerful version of the software

We caused a sensation at the NEC booth, Tokyo Big Sight. This first demonstration of ActiveModeler with ActiveFlow enthralled the large crowd and received the prestigious BEST OF SHOW award.

 

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First public demonstration of

ActiveModeler with ActiveFlow

 

tokyoFacing camera, left Dr Geoffrey D. Long, Representative Director, right Chris Undery, Technical Director

 

June 2000: Tokyo Business Show

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Facing camera, Dr Geoffrey D. Long, Representative Director

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Rapt crowd at Tokyo Business Show

 

June 1999: Seoul, Republic of Korea

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Presentation in Korea

 

 

 

 

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