Kuroco is an enterprise headless CMS that supports front-end engineers to build services without considering about the back-end. High performance, high scalability, easy customization, and works with external APIs because it is cloud-native.
Picol is a private social network service with a backend of Kuroco. The front end is open source and can be freely modified. However, with a monthly cost of only 20,000 yen, the service can be operated at a low cost by taking full advantage of the benefits of cloud computing.
RCMS is a Contents Management System (CMS) platform, designed based on the idea that “more than 90% of web construction is possible to be systemized”. RCMS makes it easier to develop high-quality websites and keep progressing beyond CMS as a versatile platform. Our partners range from banks, wholesale distributors, and Information Technology services, regardless of company size.
We develop cutting-edge services by combining devices, software, and cloud services.
Development of magnetic stripe emulate card.
Development of high-performance security card.
Development of voice note device with voice recognition, and so on.
We also conduct research mainly on image analysis with deep learning and reinforcement learning.
Analyze user flow in a real shop with camera image.
Automatic diagnostic aids or support software using medical image analysis.
We are planning to develop interesting services that leverage the benefits of content management on the website such as RCMS and deploy a versatile platform for communication, and understanding of device-related projects.
What does RCMS stand for?
It’s an acronym for Relational Contents Management System.
The CMS system was more common when we established our company. We named it RCMS because we designed a system that enabled users to easily manage the relational contents.
Why did you decide to develop RCMS?
The representative used to make the website for the rugby club when he belonged there as a student, and he often had to think how his successors can run the website after he would graduate. That was the how RCMS began in around year 2000. We adapted the SaaS since then due to its simplicity of the maintenance, and also because we considered providing it to other teams. Later on it started to be used outside the rugby club too. Let’s just keep it between us that if you look into it carefully, the source code (of the program) still has an inside-code which we used among the rugby club members. We really did not expect the system to get so many users…