Since its establishment in 1983, OPMAC has been powerfully moving ahead as a developmental consulting firm and has seen “management” as a critical factor for project success, along with its motto “Management: The key to development” as well as with its principle “Think together, Move together”.
Project management and managerial related services given by OPMAC to clients cover a broad range, which includes, but not be limited to, assistance in setting up short to medium term goals to crystallize a long term vision, analysis on internal and external environments, analysis on economic and financial viability, human resource development, assistance for procurement and disbursement works for loan projects, and monitoring and evaluation by the PCDA (Plan-Do-Check-Action) cycle.
As more details are shown in the “Major Projects” page, projects and surveys conducted by OPMAC can be illustrated here by examples such as Vietnam Rural Infrastructure Development and Living Standard Improvement Project, Thematic Evaluation: Study on Strengthening Management Capacity to Utilize Lessons Learned from the Project PCDA Cycles, and Project for Sustainable Forest Management in the Northwest Watershed Area (Livelihood development component) in Vietnam.
Quality of services given by OPMAC has been assured by its consultants who all have proven academic and practical records. The OPMAC consultants have made their continuing efforts to further enhance their service quality as well as to be ready anytime for new venture.
|Company name||OPMAC Corporation|
|Establishment||October 28, 1983|
|Capital||75 million yen|
|Address||7th floor, CONVEX Jinbocho Bldg., 1-13, Kanda Jinbocho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0051, Japan|
|Oct. 1983||Established as Overseas Project Management Consultants|
Moved to the current location
(previous location was 3-26, Kandanishiki-cho)
|Jun. 2006||Changed corporate name to OPMAC Corporation|
|Apr. 2014||Restructured company departments|
7th floor, CONVEX Jinbocho Bldg., 1-13, Kanda Jinbocho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0051
Mita Line or Shinjuku Line: Jinbocho Sta. Exit A7
Hanzomon Line: Jinbocho Sta.Exit A7
Tozai Line: Takebashi Sta. Exit of Palace Side Bldg
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