CEO: Kunitoshi Yamasaki
MBA, Graduate School of Commerce and Management, Hitotsubashi University (Currently seeking a Ph.D. degree)
In his twenties, he experienced the startup of the Japanese subsidiary of a U.S. software company, which later executed IPO at NASDAQ. He then experienced fund management using computer technologies. He was a board member of an IT company before foundation of AIXS, Inc.
Affiliated with the ICCPR course, National Institute of Health (U.S.A) and Innovation Management and Policy Program, Hitotsubashi University.
Chairman of Board of Directors: Sunao Yamashita
Ph.D. in Engineering, University of Tokyo; Also completed the AMP graduate course at Harvard University.
He is the founder and owner of a a company listed with the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, With his engineering background, he is interested in AIXS’s AI-based technology for elimination of information asymmetry. With over thirty years of career as CEO as well as his ten-year experience as Chairman at his company, he gives valuable advice to AIXS, Inc.
CTO: Ryuichi Hosoya
Ph.D. student at Graduate School of Commerce and Management, Hitotsubashi University
He joined a R&D center of one of the largest electronic company in Japan after completed his master’s degree at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Few years later, he moved to China and became a project manager for software outsourcing projects. Now he is undertaking his research of information systems studies as a Ph.D. student to figure out how to make use of latest information technologies for decision making and marketing. He joined AIXS as CTO to direct R&D.
CDO: Fumitake Tosa
Studied at Temple University, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
He began his career in 1995 when he joined a Web service project in the early days of the Internet. Then he became a branding consultant at a foreign-affiliated company. Ever since then, he has been undertaking R&D direction, deployment and marketing of cutting-edge technologies. As CDO (Chief Digital Officer) of AIXS, he is in charge of the service design.