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JAPANESE toy manufacturer Bandai Namco Group is investing P400 million to put up a new toy factory within the 485-hectare Lima Technology Center in Batangas, according to Lima Land Inc.
The production facility in Batangas will be overseen by Bandai (Philippines) Inc., a new subsidiary of the Bandai Namco Group. The group, through its toys and hobby strategic business unit, is the manufacturer of the popular Tamagotchi virtual pet electronic game.
and Fujitsu Limited today announced their collaboration on the construction of a cloud-based shared platform that aims to integrate accounting and other mission-critical systems, primarily SAP, as well as operating systems at BANDAI NAMCO Group's major group companies.
By deploying the new platform, BANDAI NAMCO Group expects to achieve a full-scale optimization of the mission-critical systems at its group companies, thereby substantially improving operational efficiency and reducing its total cost of ownership by an anticipated 30%.
Until now, BANDAI NAMCO Group has built and operated different mission-critical systems at each of its companies.
Given these difficulties, BANDAI NAMCO Group developed a plan to integrate the ICT infrastructure at its major group companies.
In accordance with its plan, BANDAI NAMCO Group has upgraded the accounting and other mission-critical systems at its major group companies to SAP-based systems.
By constructing the new shared platform, BANDAI NAMCO Group will be able to achieve a group-wide system optimization, thereby significantly improving operational efficiency and reducing the company's total cost of ownership by an anticipated 30%.
The investment is being made by Namco Operations Europe Ltd which is owned by the Japanese group Bandai Namco Group (BNG).