|Public (TYO: 3828)|
|Industry||Information and communication industry|
|Founded||February 4, 1986|
|Headquarters||Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan|
|Kenji Mitake (三竹 兼司?), president|
|Revenue||¥66.833 billion (FY 2015, consolidated)|
Number of employees
|556 (March 31, 2007)|
Nifty Corporation, stylized as NIFTY Corporation (ニフティ株式会社?) and @nifty (ニフティ?), is one of the leading internet service providers in Japan, and a subsidiary of Fujitsu. The company was the largest online service provider, Nifty Serve, in Japan. With the spread of the Internet, it started internet service in 1996. In 1999, it absorbed Fujitsu's ISP, InfoWeb. In 2006, the online service was closed due to decrease of users. The company went public in December 2006.
- "Company Outline". Nifty Corporation. Retrieved April 17, 2017.
- "会社案内" (in Japanese). Nifty Corporation. Retrieved April 17, 2017.
- "GRIC unwires @nifty, Japan's largest Internet service provider - Business - GRIC Communications extends service relationship with NIFTY Corp - Brief Article". BNET. November 2002. Retrieved 2008-02-06.
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