TopSolid User Conference in Japan

Kodama Corporation, TopSolid Platinum VAR in Japan, has recently hosted its annual TopSolid user conference in Yokohama. With over 300 participants, the conference was opened by Christian Arber, CEO of Missler Software and Hiroyuki Kodama, President of Kodama Corporation.

Kodama Corporation has been a TopSolid VAR since 1996 and today has more than 2000 TopSolid customers in Japan. Kodama serves customers in the following major industrial sectors: Automobile, Electronics, General Machinery, Precision machining, Metal and steel, Prototyping, Mold & Die, Progressive Die and general manufacturing. With such well known customer references as Panasonic, Nikon, Sony, Toshiba Corporation, etc. TopSolid is well implanted within all the leading Japanese industrial sectors.

Customers Ricoh, Suzuka Fuji Xerox and Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery were amongst the TopSolid customers to present the benefits brought about by using TopSolid in their respective companies.


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