Murata Named DX Certified Business by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry


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Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. was named a Digital Transformation (DX) Certified Business in the DX certification program established by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI).

Digital Transformation is one of the key initiatives Murata has put forward to achieve the management transformation set out as an objective in Mid-term Direction 2024, a mid-term goal on the way to achieving the Murata Manufacturing Group's Vision 2030 (long-term direction). DX is an initiative that enables people and organizations, both inside and outside Murata, to connect digitally and make processes shorter, faster, and visible, thereby dramatically increasing customer value and competitiveness.

This latest certification from METI stands as a testament to our emphasis and success in DX initiatives and sharing appropriate information with our stakeholders. The Murata Manufacturing Group's commitment to implementing DX in the mid to long term will also help us in working toward management transformation and achieving a sustainable society.

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