In May 1956, Masayoshi Murakami (father of Tsuneo Murakami, the current president) opened Murakami TV Service Station in Wakayama City, Wakayama Prefecture, to assemble and repair televisions.
Subsequently, the business became a sales representative for Matsushita Communication Industrial Co., Ltd. (now Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd. [unlisted], a subsidiary of Panasonic Corporation [TSE Prime: 6752]), selling taxi radio, service radio, and automotive equipment. It became a corporation in May 1964 under the name of Nankai Musen Co., Ltd. and was renamed Nankai Tsushin Tokki Co., Ltd. in October 1974.
The company moved into system development in April 1982 and launched a network-based POS information processing service for retailers in October 1988.
In January 2000, the company completed an absorption-type merger with Nankai OA System Co., Ltd., Kansai Chubu Retail Network Systems Co., Ltd., and MDB Center Co., Ltd., with Nankai Tsushin Tokki as the surviving company, and changed its name to Cyberlinks Co., Ltd.
In September 2001, the company opened its Internet Data Center and launched ERP service for local governments.
In February 2005, the company launched @rms ERP, a cloud retail ERP service.
In March 2014, the company listed its shares on Tokyo Stock Exchange JASDAQ division. The shares were listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange Second Section in March 2015 and the First Section in October 2015.
In October 2019, the company made Minamiosaka Computing Center a subsidiary; in July 2022, the company made SYNERGY, Inc. a subsidiary. It also conducted simple mergers of KO-PLAN Co., Ltd. and Mobile Media Link Co., Ltd. in December 2022.
|Established Murakami TV Service Station to assemble and repair televisions
|Established Nankai Musen Co., Ltd.
|Began sales, repair, and maintenance of local government communication control systems as a distributor of Matsushita Communication Industrial Co., Ltd.
|Changed company name to Nankai Tsushin Tokki Co., Ltd.
|Launched system development business
|Began hardware maintenance of Fujitsu products
|Began network-based POS information processing service for retailers
|Began operating mobile phone reseller business (Docomo stores) for NTT Kansai Mobile Communications Network Inc. (now NTT Docomo, Inc.)
|Launched product image database service for retailers (established MDB Center Co., Ltd.)
|Absorption-type merger with Nankai OA System Co., Ltd., Kansai Chubu Retail Network Systems Co., Ltd., and MDB Center Co., Ltd. with Nankai Tsushin Tokki as the surviving company. Changed company name to Cyberlinks Co., Ltd.
|Made Telecom Wakayama Corporation a subsidiary through a share swap to strengthen Internet technology
|Obtained ISO9001 (quality management system) certification in installation work and maintenance of electrical communications equipment
|Opened iDC (Internet data center)
|Started ERP service for local governments
|Acquired shares of Wakayama Nankai Regional Industry Information Center Co., Ltd. and made it a subsidiary to strengthen sales capability
|Began development of cloud retail ERP service @rms ERP
|Launched cloud retail ERP service @rms ERP
|Made Virtual Wakayama a subsidiary through a share swap to promote ERP service for local governments
|Launched Cloud EDI-Platform (cloud EDI service for wholesalers)
|Merged with subsidiaries Telecom Wakayama and Virtual Wakayama to strengthen ERP service for local governments
|Launched school administration cloud service Clarinet for elementary and junior high schools
|Established subsidiary Net-Tokai Co., Ltd. to strengthen services for retailers and wholesalers
|Merged with subsidiary Wakayama Nankai Regional Industry Information Center to strengthen ERP service for local governments
|Business and capital alliance with Neutral Co., Ltd. to enhance services for retailers and wholesalers
|Made Intermind Co., Ltd. a subsidiary to enhance services for retailers and wholesalers
|Launched Seishu Link medical collaboration platform
|Shares listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange JASDAQ section (Standard market)
|Merged with i-concept and Anytime Ware to enhance services for food wholesalers and retailers
|Shares listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange Second Section
|Merged with Neutral Co., Ltd. to expand cloud services for retailers
|Shares listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange First Section
|Merged with Cloud Land Ltd. and Intermind Co., Ltd. to expand cloud services for retailers
|Conducted an absorption-type merger of Net-Tokai Co., Ltd. in order to consolidate group management resources
|Obtained Public Personal Identification Authentication Service certification
|Made Minamiosaka Computing Center Co., Ltd. a subsidiary to expand services for local governments and medical institutions
|Obtained Digital Proxy Authorization Management Service certification
|Moved into Trust business
|Synergy Inc., became a subsidiary in order to enhance services for public agencies
|Merged with Mobile Media Link Co., Ltd. and KO-PLAN Co., Ltd. to expand mobile network business
Source: Shared Research based on company data
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