The OKI Group Action Principles we enacted in September 2016 give formal expression to values shared by all OKI Group executives and employees. Amid large changes in the business environment, we seek to embed these principles as extensively as we can into our practices with the commitments expressed in the OKI Group Charter of Corporate Conduct and the OKI Group Code of Conduct as the cornerstones of our corporate activities. We seek to realize our corporate philosophy by striving to embody our vision.
In 1881, only five years after Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, OKI developed the first telephone in Japan. This is how OKI began, becoming Japan’s first telecommunication equipment manufacturer.
Since then, "Enterprising Spirit" is in the genes OKI has been nurturing and passing down throughout its long history
“Enterprising” means trying something new without being attached to conventional ways. With OKI's corporate philosophy, “Enterprising Spirit,” we will continue to provide products that contribute to developing an information society and offer an enriched life to people around the world.
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