Medium-Term Management Plan

Medium-Term Management Plan Statements

Details of Medium-Term Management Plan-Basic policy

A survey by the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry into supply and demand for IT workers forecasts that in 2030, there will be a shortfall of at least 410,000 workers, with a maximum of 790,000 and a median of 590,000. Japan has a particularly low ratio of high-level IT engineers, with this shortfall in human resources becoming more apparent looking forward.

Even in other technical fields, factors such as the aging population, the dwindling workforce, and increased pricing for materials mean that the plan has been put back, and we anticipate ongoing demand.

Given that we also expect Japanese companies to expand their technical development overseas, and to increase the number of foreign engineers working in Japan, we are continuing to develop the TechnoPro Group by defining our business domain as a “technology-based global human resources service company,” becoming a company that can sustain long-term growth in its corporate value over the next 5 to 10 years.

Management Targets

Position five-year period as time to build foundations for 10 years into the future

Developing Our Growth Strategy

Progress of Medium-Term Management Plan–Financial Updates

Medium-Term Management Plan

(billion yen)

  FY16.6 FY17.6 FY18.6 - FY20.6 - FY22.6
Revenue 90.3 100.0 109.0 - 135.0 - 160.0
Operating Profit 8.5 9.6 10.6 - 13.5 - 17.0
Net Profit 7.4 7.7 7.6 - 9.0 - 11.0
ROE 32.0% 29.9% 20.0% or more

Results and Plans

(billion yen)

  FY16.6 FY17.6 FY18.6 FY19.6 FY20.6
- FY22.6
Revenue 90.3 100.0 116.5 144.1 160.0 - 192.0
Operating Profit 8.5 9.6 11.2 13.7 15.3 - 19.0
Net Profit 7.4 7.7 8.4 9.6 10.1 - 12.5
ROE 32.0% 29.9% 24.5% 22.4% 22.5% 20% or more 20% or more

Achieved medium-term plan goals for third year in FY19.6, one year ahead of schedule.
FY20.6 revenue expected to exceed FY22.6 plans (final year of medium-term plan).
FY22.6 revenue forecast of 192.0 billion yen on an organic basis (+32.0 billion yen vs. current), annual avg. growth rate of 10.0%over three years.