Livesense has the support of many stakeholders, and we are on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. As such, we need the trust of society at large. Thus we set rules for appropriate decision-making, organizational operations, and information management. We then give periodic internal training as part of a Company-wide effort.
Livesense follows fair hiring, personnel assessment, and placement practices. No discrimination or violation of human rights is tolerated. We design our workplace to honor diversity and enable employees to work to the best of their abilities.
We address environmental issues in our business operations, one step at a time. In the office, we work to cut energy and paper consumption. We choose eco-friendly equipment and furnishings, and we reduce, sort, and recycle wastes.
Before entering a contract with another business, we perform an appropriate check that we established internally. For example, we check the other party’s creditworthiness and its independence from antisocial forces. This check is done twice: by the operating department and by management. This ensures that trade is fair and proper.
We practice IR proactively and continuously for organizational and individual shareholders and investors in Japan and abroad.
We work to find and eliminate any human rights abuses and discriminatory expressions from our sites. We strive to make our employment and other information and matching services appropriate and useful. We provide prompt support. Through such means, we endeavor to offer safe and secure services.
We also seek to enhance service quality. For example, we take user satisfaction surveys periodically.
Furthermore, we work to provide stable Internet service by practicing risk control at all times. We use servers in multiple locations, back up data every day, and do system maintenance with help from outside consultants.
Our vision to “invent the next common” guides our operation of existing businesses and development of new services. We pursue these to help society develop and overcome its problems. In this manner we seek to remain indispensable to many people over the long term.
Livesense’s four founders were still university students when the Company launched. In October 2012, it joined the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. President and Representative Director Taichi Murakami was then 25 years old. This made him the youngest company president to lead his business onto the first section. Murakami has given lectures based on his experience at universities, public agencies, and elsewhere. Through these activities he helps to cultivate a new generation of entrepreneurs.
Additionally, we are working to enhance the technical abilities of the entire industry. For example, we create opportunities, particularly for engineers, to interact with other IT businesses.