Today, Nextcloud is proud to announce a new partner in Japan! Our goal is to provide business and individuals with the most secure solution for Enterprise Files Sync and Share. Stylez Corporation provides customers with open-source solutions to host and share their data. We are happy to welcome a new customer and we hope to see new users in Japan very soon!
About Stylez Corporation
Since their founding in 2003, Stylez Corporation has grown focusing on system integration and BPO (business process outsourcing) for the public. Today, they continue to give primary consideration to customer trust and product quality, while further expanding the scale and breadth of their business into areas such as cloud and open source-related services.
Toshihisa Kajiwara, CEO of Stylez Corporation notes:
We are very excited to be partnering with Nextcloud. Nextcloud is a technology leader in open source file-sharing systems, and it is one of the most open and actively developed applications in the world.
Up until now, we have handled ownCloud as our open source file-sharing
system, but after receiving many requests from within Japan for
Nextcloud support, we signed an agreement to become partner to Nextcloud GmbH. in Japan. We are very pleased to be able to provide customers with Nextcloud in Japan.
We appreciate the convenience of Nextcloud’s various very powerful
features. I hope that the people of Japan will enjoy the various
convenient features of Nextcloud.
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