The source of competitive advantage lies in technological prowess.
Future Architect uses technology to spark innovation.
The Internet of Things and artificial intelligence are emerging trends. These technologies only have applicability in a real-time framework. Moreover, they only yield effective outcomes when applied in enterprise systems. For many years, we have specialized in building enterprise systems that are capable of parallel distributed processing and can therefore process large volumes of transactions quickly.
Since founding Future System Consulting Corporation, we have pursued our passion for open technologies, and analyzed and overhauled many host systems. Using our original computer science-based methodology “Future Formula,” we decipher source codes so as to elucidate the overall outline and internal structure of black-box systems within a short time frame, thereby helping clients shift safely and securely to the new system.
Since the 1990s – shortly after we founded Future System Consulting Corporation – we have continued to help clients switch from a traditional patch-based approach to real-time parallel computing. By integrating strategy, operation, and technology in a real-time framework, we support real-time decision making.
One of our key strengths is the way we use a combination of general-purpose software and open source solutions to construct open systems that are not reliant on specific vendors or technologies. By using open technologies in this way, we equip our clients with the ability to adapt to technological innovations and changes in the business environment, and optimize their IT running costs.
In managing the progress and risks of projects, we systematically take a scientific and logical approach grounded in the data that we collect and analyze. We use our original data system “Futurefraqta” to quantitatively analyze vast volumes of system development data, including business plans, progress management checklists, organizational frameworks, schedules, designs, and program sources. This allows us to significantly improve the quality and productivity of projects.
Having experienced first-hand the burdens involved with systems management, we developed “Vuls,” a vulnerability scanner that automatically collects data related to security defects in the system and scans for vulnerabilities, and we released it as free and open-source software “GitHub.” Vuls has attracted attention among systems managers the world over, and six months after release it became the number one vulnerability scanner among over 10 million projects worldwide.