OMRON Corp. has announced plans to establish OMRON EXPERTLINK, Co., Ltd. (OLI) on April 1, 2018. OLI will consolidate the OMRON Group human resources, general administration, and finance functions within Japan. The purpose of the new entity is to bolster the structural foundation of the OMRON Group, supporting further growth and helping the group achieve JPY1 trillion in sales, JPY100 billion in operating income, and other fiscal 2020 goals as defined under the company’s VG2.0 medium-term management plan.

OLI will consolidate professionals with expertise in human resources, general administration, and finance, as well as the related functions, from among the 30-plus OMRON Group companies in Japan, strengthening group governance and improving operational efficiencies. The I in OLI stands for Innovation, Intelligence, and Integration.

The new OLI* will be formed through an absorption-type merger of OMRON BUSINESS ASSOCIATES Co., Ltd. (general administrative services), OMRON FINANCE Co., Ltd. (finance and accounting services), and OMRON PERSONNEL SERVICE Co., Ltd. (human resources operations and services), with OMRON PERSONNEL SERVICE as the surviving company. OLI is part of OMRON Group efforts to create a workplace in which a diverse employee population can thrive, advancing innovations in labor processes and workstyles.

OMRON will continue to strengthen business management and functions to accelerate innovation, solving social issues through the group’s business activities.

*Human resources services currently provided through OMRON PERSONNEL SERVICES to non-group companies will continue to be offered as before.

Overview of OLI

Head Office: Horikawa Higashiiru, Shiokoji-Dori, Shimogyo-Ku, Kyoto, 600-8530 JAPAN
Representative: Masako Kubo, president
Business Lines: Human resources, general administration, and financial management services for OMRON Group companies in Japan.
Capital: OMRON Corporation 100%
Employees: Approximately 800
Founded: April 1, 2018

About OMRON Corp.

OMRON Corp. is a provider in the field of automation based on its core technology of “Sensing & Control + Think.” OMRON’s business fields cover industrial automation and electronic components to automotive electronic components, social infrastructure systems, healthcare, and environmental solutions. Established in 1933, OMRON has about 36,000 employees worldwide, working to provide products and services in 117 countries and regions.

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