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Hitachi Smart Transformation Project

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Jun 11, 2015, 9:15-9:50 (JST)

Shinjiro Iwata
Executive Vice President and Executive Officer, CTrO

Hiroshi Nakayama
Vice President and Executive Officer, Head of MONOZUKURI & Quality Assurance, Deputy General Manager of Smart Transformation Project Initiatives Division

Masashi Murayama
General Manager, Project Management Promotion Office, Smart Transformation Project Initiatives Division

Presentation: Hitachi Smart Transformation Project

News Release: Cost Structure Reform and Growth Strategies for Seven Businesses toward Achieving "2015 Mid-term Management Plan" Goals

  • * This is simultaneous English interpretation from the original presentation and Q&A session in Japanese. Please be aware that there might be some errors in the interpretation.
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