BRIDGE REPORT
(9698)

JASDAQ

CREO CO., LTD. (9698)
President and Representative Director Junichi Kakizaki
President and
Representative
Director
Junichi Kakizaki
Corporate Profile
Company
CREO CO., LTD.
Code No.
9698
Exchange
JASDAQ
Industry
Information and telecommunications
President and Representative Director
Junichi Kakizaki
Address
Sumitomo Fudosan Shinagawa Building 4-10-27 Higashi-shinagawa, Shinagawa-Ku, Tokyo
Year-end
March
URL
Stock Information
Share Price Number of shares issued
(excluding treasury shares)
Total market cap ROE (Actual) Trading Unit
¥1,045 8,299,442 shares ¥8,672 million 6.2% 100 shares
DPS (Est.) Dividend Yield (Est.) EPS (Est.) PER (Est.) BPS (Actual) PBR (Actual)
¥20.00 1.9% ¥48.20 21.7 times ¥636.37 1.6 times
*The share price is the closing price on May 18. The number of shares issued was obtained by subtracting the number of treasury shares from the number of outstanding shares as of the end of the latest quarter. ROE and BPS are the actual values as of the end of the previous term.
 
Consolidated Earnings Trends
Fiscal Year Net Sales Operating
Income
Ordinary
Income
Net
Income
EPS DPS
Mar. 2015 (Actual) 11,425 357 380 213 24.66 5.00
Mar. 2016 (Actual) 10,305 348 368 413 47.79 15.00
Mar. 2017 (Actual) 11,559 296 333 267 31.11 13.00
Mar. 2018 (Actual) 12,268 410 457 305 36.79 15.00
Mar. 2019 (Forecast) 13,100 570 590 400 48.20 20.00
*The forecasted values are from the Company. *From the FY 3/16, net income is profit attributable to owners of the parent. Hereinafter the same shall apply.
 
This Bridge Report overviews the financial results of CREO, which is listed in JASDAQ, for the term ended Mar. 2018, and includes the outlook for the term ending Mar. 2019.
 
Key Points
 
 
Company Overview
CREO is a system integrator that offers a variety of solutions. The company offers business solutions, including "ZeeM Series," a business package software used by over 2,000 enterprises (Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) for human resources, accounting, asset management, etc.) and "BIZ PLATFORM," for business process management (BPM), which contributes to the streamlining of business operation and cost reduction, develops systems for governmental offices, municipalities, public-interest corporations, and large companies, produces and operates web systems for leading portal site operators in Japan, provides loyal clients with call-center services, and so on. The corporate group is composed of CREO, and four consolidated subsidiaries: CoCoTo Co., Ltd., CREATE LAB Co., Ltd., ITI Co., Ltd., and Adams Communications Co., Ltd. Amano (6436) and Yahoo Japan (4689) holds 30.57% and 12.71% of shares of CREO, respectively. CREO is an equity-method affiliate of Amano. In the term ended Mar. 2018, the sales toward Fujitsu and its group companies accounted for 30.3% of consolidated sales, while the sales toward Yahoo Japan made up 13.8%. Corporate ethos We aim to trigger changes that would "impress people" and actualize an affluent society, by combining "human imagination" and "technologies around the world." Philosophy infused into the logo The logo of CREO is infused with the three philosophies: "sensation," "creation," and "eternity." Sensation-The logo is imbued with the stance of always exceeding expectations from surrounding people and astonishing them. The logo is modeled after the exclamation mark, and the sphere represents the company itself. It denotes the spirit of co-creation through talking, thinking, and growing together. Creation-The logo also represents the resolution to discover new combinations of knowledge, technologies, and relations (= innovations), and keep creating things. From the sphere, which depicts CREO, human resources, products, and services that would lead the next generation will be born, and grow large. With the aim of surviving for 100 years, the company will keep changing in response to changes of the times. Eternity-The logo embraces a hope of being an enterprise serving stakeholders. The sphere denotes the company serving the customers, society, and shareholders. It indicates that CREO hopes to keep offering value that would contribute to society. Business details and group companies Its business is classified into Solutions Service Business, Contracted Development Business, West Japan Business, and subsidiaries' business domains: Systems Operation and Services Business and Support Services Business. They account for 25%, 11%, 11%, 17%, and 36% of total sales in the term ended Mar. 2018, respectively. Solutions Service Business The company offers "ZeeM Series," a business package software used by over 2,000 medium-sized enterprises (enterprise resource planning (ERP) for human resources, accounting, and asset management), "BIZ PLATFORM," for business process management (BPM), which contributes to the streamlining of business operation and cost reduction, the RPA solution for actualizing business processes that use manpower and robots by combining the know-how of ERP and BPM and the robotic process automation (RPA) technology for automating the routine tasks of white-collar workers, and so on. Increase of new clients through the enhancement of capabilities of giving proposals and selling products, and boost of sales from existing clients through cross-selling Under the holding company structure, each product was handled by a different subsidiary, and so there was no synergy. In Apr. 2017, the company restructured its business and organization, integrating its products in Solutions Service Business and starting integration solutions on full-scale basis. As the businesses were integrated into CREO, it became easier to cooperate with Amano (6436), which is the largest shareholder, in selling activities. Some clients of AMANO are users of CREO, and so their selling capability is expected to be brushed up (direct sale was conducted previously). As for "ZeeM Series," which has been installed in over 2,000 enterprises, the number of users that adopted all options of human resources, accounting, asset management, etc. is not large. In this situation, the company plans to increase sales from existing clients by cross-selling "BIZ PLATFORM" and RPA solutions. Contracted Development Business The company undertakes the development of systems for large companies, governmental offices, and municipalities, typesetting systems for newspaper publishers, odds systems for professional sports organized by the government, etc., which require reliability and experience. As a characteristic, the transactions made via Fujitsu are dominant, and so stable growth can be expected, although there are some short-term fluctuations. It is essential to secure "manpower," including subcontractors. West Japan Business This is a mini-CREO business that offers Solution Services and Contracted Development Services to clients in Nagoya and regions to the west of it. Stable growth can be expected. Systems Operation and Services Business This is the business domain of the consolidated subsidiary CoCoTo Co., Ltd. The company offers operation services, including the development, maintenance, and anti-hacking operation of server systems for portal sites and web services, to mainly the leading Japanese portal-site operator Yahoo Japan (4689) and its group companies. Previously, this business was operated by several group companies under the holding company, but they were integrated into CoCoTo Co., Ltd., which was established in Apr. 2016. Then, it became possible to exert the capability of the corporate group in marketing and development, and the company is making transactions with the group companies of Yahoo Japan. The company plans to boost sales from Yahoo Japan and approach its group companies, to expand its business. Support Services Business The company offers support services, including help desk and technical support services, and call-center services (making and receiving calls), including election exit polls, social surveys, and market research. A strength of this business is that the company offers technical services to loyal clients, including those related to Fujitsu and NEC, with a good balance. This business can be expected to grow stably, but it is necessary to secure "human resources." Accordingly, the company makes efforts to recruit foreign workers, too. Corporate History In Mar. 1974, the company was established under the name of Tokai Create CO., LTD. for the purpose of offering information services, and in May 1980, it made inroads into the PC package software field. In Apr. 1989, it was renamed CREO CO., LTD. In Sep. 1990, it released over-the-counter shares, and in Oct. 1990, it started selling the "Fudemame" series, software for printing calligraphic characters. The sales of PC package software, mainly the "Fudemame" series, expanded, but the company also concentrated on the enterprise field, and released "CREO Business Manager Series (CBMS)," a full-scale business package software under an open environment in Feb. 1993. Then, the company diversified its business while focusing on the products for PCs targeted at individuals and the enterprise business field. In Jan. 2005, CREO formed capital and business tie-ups with Yahoo Japan, which then became its largest shareholder. In Jun. 2007, it announced the new business brand "ZeeM" of business package software. In Apr. 2011, CREO CO., LTD. transformed into a holding company, and transferred all businesses, excluding the businesses related to governance and shares, to newly split companies (Creo Marketing Inc., Creo Solution Co., Ltd., and Fudemame Co., Ltd.), and one absorption-type split company (Creo Networks Co., Ltd.), to launch a new corporate group structure with the above 5 companies and 1 existing subsidiary (CreateLab Co., Ltd.). In Mar. 2013, some shares were transferred from Yahoo Japan Corporation to AMANO Corporation, which then became the largest shareholder of CREO. In May 2014, the company formed a business tie-up with AMANO Corporation. In Mar. 2015, it transferred all shares of Fudemame Co., Ltd. to FPJ Co., Ltd. In Apr. 2017, it absorbed 5 consolidated subsidiaries, and launched a new corporate group structure composed of CREO and 4 consolidated subsidiaries.
Mar. 1974 Established as Tokai Create CO., LTD.
Apr. 1989 Changed name to CREO CO., LTD.
Sept. 1990 Registered for trading on the over-the-counter market
Oct. 1990 Started sales of the Fudemame series of ink brush printing software
Feb. 1993 Started sales of full-fledged business process package software in an open system environment, CREO Business Manager Series (CBMS)
Jan. 2005 Formed capital and business alliance with Yahoo Japan Corporation
Jun. 2007 Announced the new brand "Zeem" of business package software.
Apr. 2011 Shifted to a corporate group structure with CREO CO., LTD. being a holding company.
May. 2014 Business partnership with Amano Corporation
Mar. 2015 Transferred all shares of Fudemame Co., Ltd. to FPJ Co., Ltd.
Apr. 2017 Merged 5 consolidated subsidiaries, launched new Group structure
 
 
Fiscal Year March 2018 Earnings Results
Sales and operating income grew 6.1% and 38.3%, respectively, year on year. Sales were 12,268 million yen, up 6.1% year on year. As the sales of Systems Operation and Services Business rose 19.2% year on year, due to the increase of orders from major clients, all businesses saw sales growth, except Contracted Development Business, which was affected by the loss of large-scale transactions. As for profit, operating income rate improved thanks to the cost optimization through the restructuring of its business and organization, although SG&A ratio augmented, due to the about 5% increase of base salaries and the rise in investment and expenses. The growth rate of net income was only 14.4%, because the gain from the termination of the retirement benefit scheme and the gain from sale of investment securities dropped and tax burden ratio augmented from 26% to 29%. As for dividends, the company plans to pay a term-end dividend of 15 yen/share, up 1 yen/share from the initial estimate or up 2 yen/share from the previous term (payout ratio: 40.8%). In the ongoing mid-term business plan, CREO aims to "keep payout ratio at 40%." The deadlines for solutions of human resources, salaries, and accounting in Solutions Service Business and the deadlines for system development for governmental offices outsourced via the Fujitsu Group are concentrated around the end of the fiscal year, and so the sales in the fourth quarter tend to be larger than those in the other quarters. Solutions Service Business, including "ZeeM Series," earned sales of 3,018 million yen (up 5.3% year on year), and an operating income of 414 million yen (up 108.2%). The sales grew, thanks to the shift of sales and marketing strategies (integration solution = proposals for combined marketing for product and services) after the restructuring of its business and organization at the beginning of the term. Operating income rate increased, due to sales growth and the effects of the withdrawal from unprofitable businesses, optimization of expenditure, etc. As for Contracted Development Business, in which CREO is entrusted with system development by large companies, governmental offices, municipalities, public institutions, etc., the loss of orders for transactions with the Fujitsu Group in the first quarter affected its performance, and sales declined 8.7% year on year to 1,404 million yen and operating income dropped 23.8% year on year to 267 million yen. The amount of orders was as initially estimated, as it increased in the fourth quarter. As for West Japan Business, in which the company sells products and services and undertakes development for clients in Nagoya and regions to the west of it, sales grew 11.6% year on year to 1,378 million yen and operating income rose 39.0% year on year to 139 million yen, due to the increase of development projects entrusted by existing clients, etc. As for Systems Operation and Services Business, in which the company develops, maintains, and operates systems for mainly Yahoo Japan and its group companies, sales increased 19.2% year on year to 2,049 million yen and operating income rose 11.4% year on year to 133 million yen, as it received orders from major clients, etc. As for Support Services Business, which offers help desk, technical support, and call center services, sales grew 5.2% year on year to 4,417 million yen and operating income increased 12.2% year on year to 198 million yen, as the number of orders for call center services rose. Term-end total assets were 7,525 million yen, up 270 million yen from the end of the previous term. Cash and deposits account for 46.3% of total assets (45.9% at the end of the previous term), and current ratio was 312.4% (308.6% at the end of the previous term). Namely, its financial standing is highly liquid. Capital-to-asset ratio was as high as 70.2% (70.7% at the end of the previous term), indicating high financial stability. Return on invested capital was 5.6%, up 1.3 points from the end of the previous term (4.3% at the end of the term ended Mar. 2017). We would like to expect that the performance of CREO will improve further, as it will expand its business, mainly Solutions Service Business, through cross-selling, etc. and improve profitability. The surplus of operating CF declined due to the increase of working capital through business expansion, but the deficit of investment CF shrank as there were no longer guarantee money deposited, equipment investment, or the like accompanying the relocation of the headquarters. Accordingly, the company secured a free CF of 320 million yen, *ROE (Return on equity) is obtained by multiplying "net income rate (net income ÷ sales)," "total asset turnover (sales ÷ total assets)," and "leverage (total assets ÷ equity capital, or the reciprocal of capital-to-asset ratio)." ROE = Net Income Rate × Total Asset Turnover × Leverage *The above values were calculated based on the data of brief financial reports and securities reports. The total assets and equity capital used for the calculation were the average values of the balances as of the end of the previous term and as of the end of the current term. (Since the capital-to-asset ratio posted in brief financial reports and securities reports is the term-end value, and so its reciprocal does not necessarily equal the above average.) ROE improved 0.65 points, thanks to sales growth and the rise in profitability through the restructuring of its business and organization. In the ongoing mid-term business plan, one of numerical goals in the term ending Mar. 2020, which is the final fiscal year of the plan, is an ROE of 11.5%. The company hopes to attain its goals by increasing total asset turnover by boosting the top line to 15 billion yen (expanding leverage as well) and raising operating income rate to 6.7% by strengthening its earning capability.
 
 
Mid-term Business Plan (FY 3/18 to FY 3/20) and Its Progress
Basic policy The basic policies are (1) recognizable growth potential, (2) the comprehensive capability of the corporate group, (3) stable return to shareholders, and (4) the enhancement of corporate governance. As for (1) recognizable growth potential, the company aims to achieve sales of 15 billion yen and an operating income of 1 billion yen (operating income rate: 6.7%) in the term ended Mar. 2020, which is the final year of the mid-term plan, marking a record high exceeding the operating income of 880 million yen after the release of Windows 95, which is attributable to "Fudemame." As for (2) the comprehensive capability of the corporate group, CREO will enhance cross-selling and inter-sectoral cooperation, while creating new businesses. As for (3) stable return to shareholders, the company will keep payout ratio at 40%, and acquire treasury shares with excess over a capital-to-asset ratio of 70%. As for (4) the enhancement of corporate governance, the company plans to promote dialogue with shareholders, revise systems for executives' remunerations, and appoint independent executives (outside directors or auditors). Progress in the term ended Mar. 2018 In the term ended Mar. 2018, which is the first year of the mid-term business plan, CREO merged with 5 consolidated subsidiaries at the beginning of the term, established three businesses: Solutions Service Business, Contracted Development Business, and West Japan Business, and operated them. For the basic policies, the company achieved the following: (1) As for recognizable growth potential, it achieved the initial estimate of operating income, as cost optimization progressed after the merger. (2) As for the comprehensive capability of the corporate group, the company succeeded in receiving orders for large-scale transactions, as it actively proposed integration services combining products ("development of a base for personnel utilization after the merger of businesses" of Tobe Top Tours Co., Ltd.). In addition, the company released "CREO RPA Service*" as a new business. (3) As for stable return to shareholders, the company raised the dividend amount from 14 yen/share, which is the initial estimate, to 15 yen/share, up 2 yen/share from 13 yen/share in the previous term, in order to keep payout ratio over 40%. (4) As for the enhancement of corporate governance, the company continued upgrading its advisory function, and appointed Mr. Hiroshi Amano, the former representative director and president of Fujitsu Software Technologies Ltd. as an independent outside director in Jun. 2017. In addition, the company strives to enrich the documents related to its business performance and financial results, including its website, and improve its IR activities. * CREO RPA Service Robotic Process Automation (RPA) technology, which is called digital labor, is attracting attention as a business automation solution with high convenience and cost performance, and has been already adopted by some enterprises on a full-scale basis. On the other hand, many enterprises are reluctant to install the RPA technology, because it is cumbersome to develop operational processes for the coexistence between human workers and RPA robots and revise the IT control systems, and it is difficult to estimate the return on investment (ROI) for this new technology. CREO RPA Service is a cloud-type RPA service that enables the automation of mission-critical tasks by combining the know-how of ERP and BPM and the RPA technology. This technology was developed and merchandized, under the concept of "RPA that can be adopted by many enterprises without worry." Its five features are (1) the visualization of operational processes involving human workers and robots, and the actualization of their control, (2) the automation of mission-critical tasks with comprehensive IT control, (3) the provision of business consulting services for accounting, human resources, and IT sections for utilizing RPA, (4) the provision of services of supporting proof of concept (PoC), and (5) the contribution to ROI rationalization with a pay-as-you-go system according to the time of use of robots. CREO evaluated the results for the term ended Mar. 2018, mentioning "The business operation based on the mid-term business plan produced some results, as risks were dispersed and mutual complement was conducted appropriately among several businesses under the new structure." For the term ending Mar. 2019, it is expected that the sales and profitability of Solutions Service Business will improve, Contracted Development Business will recover, and other businesses, too, will be healthy. The company plans to invest funds into new businesses, such as "CREO RPA Service" by using profits from the existing businesses. For the term ending Mar. 2020, it is expected that the sales and profitability of Solutions Service Business will improve, as integration solutions and cross-selling will get on track. As for Contracted Development Business, West Japan Business, Systems Operation and Services Business, and Support Services Business, it will be necessary to secure personnel for some businesses, but the products targeted at existing loyal clients and group companies are expected to sell well. Efforts to become the company most liked by clients, through the shift from "products" to "services" CREO will shift to "integration solutions" for not only selling products, such as the business package software "ZeeM Series," BPM "BIZ PLATFORM," and "CREO RPA Service," but also services for solving problems in each enterprise. To do so, the company will enrich the lineup of other makers' products, too, and offer them by connecting products, which are "points," to draw "lines." For example, in a large-scale project for integration solutions outsourced by Tobu Top Tours Co., Ltd. in the term ended Mar. 2018, the client highly evaluated the proposal for the development of a business base with "ZeeM Jinji-kyuuyo (human resources and salaries)," "TimePro-VG," which is a system for employment management of AMANO, and "BIZ PLATFORM," which is a business process management tool. Tobu Top Tours Co., Ltd. is a comprehensive travel agency established through the merger of Tobu Travel and Top Tour in 2015. The company has been striving to reform the systems for human resources, labor affairs , and objectives management, to improve human resources and reform of work style. "CREO RPA Service," the service on which the company concentrates As described above, "CREO RPA Service" is a cloud-type RPA service that enables the automation of mission-critical tasks based on internal control functions (management of robot production, release, and inquiries) by combining the know-how of ERP and BPM and the RPA technology. By visualizing operational processes involving human workers and robots and actualizing their control, it is possible to prepare for digital transformation through the installation of AI. It is equipped as standard with robot templates for each of the accounting, human resources, and IT sections. For installation, the company offers consulting services (for the early commencement of operation of RPA and the rationalization of business operation). The proof-of-concept (PoC) support service is also available, and the company adopted the pay-as-you-go system according to the period of use of robots (contributing to the rationalization of ROI). Deepening of engagement with clients The company will also deepen the engagement with clients via the association of CREO users. "The association of ZeeM users (human resources and accounting sections)," which had been the association only for ZeeM users, will include all CREO users, based on the experience and know-how accumulated so far, and will be renewed as "the association of CREO users." With the aim of being most liked by clients, the company will offer helpful information to the sections of human resources, business administration, and IT, and employers, as an IT concierge that can provide consultation for solving problems with business administration and operation. Investment in human resources for enabling the implementation of strategies While reforming its workstyle, CREO will take measures to become a healthy company. For reforming its workstyle, the company aims to improve the working environment by revising human resources systems, and will tentatively adopt "telework" for increasing the degree of freedom of working. In addition, the company will raise base salaries. For becoming a healthy company, CREO will continue to support daily exercise with a pedometer and survey health indicators, to improve them. In Feb. 2018, the subsidiary Create Lab Group obtained "White 500, the certification as a healthy, excellent corporation" (section of large-scale corporations). "Excellent corporations with healthy management-White 500" is a system targeted at large-scale corporations for certifying excellent corporations with healthy management and jointly organized by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and Nippon Kenko Kaigi.
 
 
Fiscal Year March 2019 Earnings Estimates
Sales and operating income are estimated to grow 6.8% and 38.8%, respectively, year on year. Sales are projected to rise 6.8% year on year to 13.1 billion yen. Considering the tight demand and supply of labor force, it is conservatively forecasted that the sales of Support Services Business will increase 1.9%, while the sales of Solutions Service Business are projected to grow 12.7% year on year thanks to the transactions for integration solutions made in the previous term, and the sales of Contracted Development Business are estimated to rise 21.1% year on year due to the recovery of the number of orders. The sales of West Japan Business, Systems Operation and Services Business, which have loyal clients, are estimated to increase as high as 7 to 9%, as the company will promote sales from existing clients. Operating income is forecasted to grow 38.8% year on year to 570 million yen. Solutions Service Business, whose profitability will be improved further, and Contracted Development Business, whose sales will grow due to the recovery of the number of orders, will contribute. West Japan Business, Systems Operation and Services Business, and Support Services Business are forecasted to keep increasing profit, despite the augmentation of cost for securing personnel, etc. For dividends, the company plans to pay a term-end dividend of 20 yen/share, up 5 yen/share from the previous term (estimated payout ratio: 41.6%).
 
 
Conclusions
At the session for briefing financial results, President Kakizaki summarized the results for the term ended Mar. 2018, "The performance in the initial year of the mid-term business plan was healthy, although there were no remarkable changes." Actually, their efforts based on the basic policies paid off, as each profit exceeded the initial estimate and the marketing with proposals for integration solutions led to the receipt of orders for large-scale transactions (which will contribute to the revenue in the term ending Mar. 2019). Operating income rate was 3.3%, much lower than 6.7%, which is the target value in the mid-term business plan. This is mainly because the improvement in productivity in the major business field has just began after the shift from "products" to "services." Considering the performance of its competitors, the hurdle can be overcome, and it is important that the company will proceed with their activities. Fortunately, their business environment is good. The information and communication technology (ICT) service market, on which CREO focuses, is expected to keep growing, due to the sophistication of social infrastructure with ICT, the utilization of IoT, big data, AI, robot technology, etc. in a broad range of industries, the use of ICT for reforming work style, etc. In the field of reform of work style, the company possesses competitive products and experience. We would like to pay attention to the effects of their capital and business tie-ups with AMANO and business operation utilizing their corporate group's comprehensive capability.
 
 
<Reference: regarding corporate governance>
◎ Corporate Governance ReportUpdated on Jun. 22, 2017 Basic policy Our company believes that establishing appropriate corporate governance systems and striving to improve them constantly would improve the transparency and fairness of our business administration, and our corporate value. While considering that the observance of the corporate governance code would contribute to the establishment of our better governance, we will adopt the supplementary principles and the principles other than the basic 5 principles, too, one after another. The details of the already adopted principles are written in this report. <Reasons for Non-compliance with the Principles of the Corporate Governance Code (Excerpts)> As a company listed in JASDAQ, our company follows all of the basic principles of the corporate governance code. As for supplementary principles and the principles other than the basic ones that need to be disclosed and that are already followed by our company, they are outlined in the "Disclosure Based on the Principles of the Corporate Governance Code" below. <Disclosure Based on the Principles of the Corporate Governance Code (Excerpts)> <Principle 1-3 Basic policy for capital measures> Our basic policy for capital measures, especially the policy for return to shareholders, has been disclosed in our website and mid-term business plan. Regarding return to shareholders and dividends https://www.creo.co.jp/ir/stock-info/stock-reduction/ <Principle 1-4 Disclosure of policies for strategically held shares> As for strategically held shares, we set policies for shareholding and exercising voting rights, and disclose them through the timely disclosure below. In principle, we will not hold new shares, and plan to reduce currently held shares step by step. Dated Jul. 29, 2016 Notification on the basic policy regarding strategically held shares and the state of shareholding https://www.creo.co.jp/news/n160729-2/ <Principle 3-1 Enrichment of information disclosure> Out of the items to be disclosed specified in this principle, "(i) Corporate vision (ethos, etc.), management strategies, and plans" are disclosed as follows. Corporate ethos and guidelines for action https://www.creo.co.jp/corporate/concept/ Mid-term business plan (FY 2017 to FY 2019) https://www.creo.co.jp/ir/plan/
 
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