Internet Initiative Japan Value Stock - Dividend - Research Selection
Market price: 2.109,00 JPY
Internet Initiative Japan Fundamental data and company key figures of the share
|Annual reports in JPY|
|Net operating cash flow||33.393.800.000|
|Free cash flow||21.554.800.640|
|Liabilities & Shareholders equity||206.524.000.000|
|Diluted shares outstanding||90.558.800|
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|Market Capitalization||1.841.350.016,00 USD|
|Raw Data Source||IFRS in Millionen JPY|
|Stock Split||2020-12-29,2.000000/1.000000; 2012-09-26,200/1; 2012-09-25,200.0000/1.0000|
Description of the company
IIJ is incorporated under the Corporation Law of Japan as a joint stock corporation under the name Internet Initiative Japan Inc. IIJ was incorporated in December 1992 and operates under the laws of Japan.
IIJ began its operations in July 1993 as one of the first commercial Internet service providers (“ISP”) in Japan to offer Internet connectivity services for both enterprises and consumers. With the emergence of many other commercial ISPs, price competition for Internet connectivity services became severe. Rather than falling into price competition, we strategically shifted our business model towards providing value-added total network solutions to enterprise businesses that tend to choose quality and reliability over price, by fully leveraging our engineering skills to differentiate ourselves from our competitors. Currently, our main business focuses on providing Internet connectivity services, WAN services, outsourcing services, systems integration, and equipment sales as total network solutions to mainly Japanese corporate clients and governmental organizations. The Group works closely together as a group in providing total network solutions directly to its customers. With our expertise in Internet related technology, our revenues have been expanding along with our customers’ needs for broader bandwidth for Internet connectivity services and for professional IT support for their network systems.
IIJ became a public company in August 1999 with IIJ's initial public offering of ADSs on the NASDAQ National Market. On December 2, 2005, IIJ listed on the Mothers market of the TSE. On December 14, 2006, IIJ moved to the First Section of the TSE for IIJ's listing in Japan. On October 1, 2012, IIJ conducted a 1 to 200 split of IIJ's shares of common stock and the total number of IIJ's issued shares of common stock increased to 41,295,600. IIJ issued 4,700,000 new shares of IIJ’s common stock by way of a public offering in July 2013 and 700,000 new shares by way of a third-party allotment in connection with a secondary offering of shares by way of an over-allotment in August 2013.
As for major business combinations, on May 11, 2007, IIJ made IIJ-Tech and Net Care, Inc. (“Netcare”) our 100% owned consolidated subsidiaries through share exchanges. Netcare renamed itself to IIJ Engineering Inc. (“IIJ-EG”) in October 2014. We merged IIJ-Tech on April 1, 2010. On September 1, 2010, IIJ made IIJ-Global its 100% owned consolidated subsidiary by acquiring the stock of IIJ-Global from AT&T Japan for ¥9.2 billion by our own cash and bank borrowings.
IIJ's head office is located at Iidabashi Grand Bloom, 2-10-2 Fujimi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0071, Japan, and IIJ's telephone number at that location is +81-3-5205-6500. IIJ's agent in the United States is IIJ-America, located at 55 East 59th Street, Suite 18C New York, NY 10022 and the telephone number at that location is (212) 440-8080. IIJ has a website that you may access at www.iij.ad.jp/en/
The Group offers a comprehensive range of Internet connectivity services, WAN services, outsourcing services, systems integration, and equipment sales to our customers mainly in Japan. We believe we provide efficient and reliable services and solutions to our customers on one of the most reliable Internet backbone networks available in Japan. Our services are based upon high-quality Internet related networking technology tailored to meet specific needs and demands of our customers.
Our Internet connectivity services include full-spec IP services with bandwidth ranging from 64 kbps up to over 10 Gbps, low-cost broadband services such as optical and/or ADSL lines which are mainly used to connect branch offices, and mobile data communications services for enterprise and consumers. Our WAN services provide closed-network services, mainly operated by IIJ-Global. Our outsourcing services include security-related outsourcing services that protect our customer network systems from unauthorized access and secure remote connections to internal networks, network-related outsourcing services such as router rental and Virtual Private Network (“VPN”), server-related outsourcing services such as web server hosting and e-mail security service, data center-related outsourcing services, and our cloud computing service IIJ GIO/Hosting Package. Our systems integration includes systems construction and systems operation and maintenance. Systems construction is tailored to meet each of our customers’ requirements, which include consulting, project planning, systems design and development of network systems, and sales of equipment and software purchased from third parties. Systems operation and maintenance revenues include system related maintenance, monitoring, and other operating services, and cloud computing services such as IIJ GIO/Component. We aim to be the leading supplier of total network solutions in Japan.
We started to provide our mobile access services for enterprise as an MVNO in January 2008. From February 2012, we also started to offer our mobile services to consumers which became popular in recent years because of their cost-effectiveness; accordingly, mobile services for consumers are one of our strong growth drivers.
From December 2009, we began proving our cloud computing services under the service name “IIJ GIO.” We invest in infrastructures, such as servers, network equipment, virtualization software, and data center facilities for IIJ GIO, and provide them to users as an Infrastructure as a Service (“IaaS”) platform service for a monthly fee, basically. IIJ GIO consists mainly of two types, (1) IIJ GIO/Hosting Package and (2) IIJ GIO/Component. IIJ GIO/Hosting Package is a line-up of services for an all-in-one non-customizable packaged cloud computing service and IIJ GIO/Component is a line-up of services for a semi-customizable cloud computing service. The cloud computing service in Japan is still in its start-up phase and it is anticipated that the market in Japan should grow in the middle term. In November 2015, we launched a new service platform “IIJ GIO Infrastructure P2” for our cloud services. The service provides reliable public cloud infrastructure with increased processing performance as well as private cloud infrastructure.
As of June 30, 2017, we have ten overseas subsidiaries in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam. We have been enhancing our overseas business primarily to fulfill the broad range of IT network related needs of our Japanese customers who are headed abroad to expand their overseas business. As of June 30, 2017, we provide cloud computing services in the United States, the United Kingdom, China, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam.
In addition, we conduct our ATM operation business through our consolidated subsidiary, Trust Networks, which was established in July 2007. Trust Networks operates ATMs and ATM network systems and receives a commission for each bank withdrawal transaction when a customer uses its serviced ATMs. As of March 31, 2017, 1,066 ATMs were placed.