By providing eGifts and related services, giftee strives to nurture the ties between people, businesses and townships. Starting from the smooth circulation of love through giving, receiving, and sharing with others, we are working to create a connected society built on better relationships.
This service enables users to add a gift to feelings like “thank you,” “congratulations,” and “good work” and send it using email, LINE, Twitter, or other social media even when they can’t meet the recipient face to face or don’t know their address.
giftee service members
（as of December 2020）
Our eGift System is a system for creating eGifts which can be exchanged for products at retail outlets and selling these generated eGifts on a company website, and we provide this service mainly to restaurants and retailers.
eGift issuing companies
(as of December 2020)
Our giftee for Business service which enables convenience store products, a cup of coffee, and other gifts used as prizes and rewards for various company promotions to be easily sent via LINE and email, as a substitute for the shipment methods used up until now.
eGift user companies
As services for solving regional issues, we provide solutions such as digitalization of tourism currency which requires complex work to be issued in paper format, eGifts for hometown tax donation which contribute regional branding, and cashless conversion through digital mobility tickets which helps stimulate tourism.
Regional e-currency service transactions
Our regional e-currency service solutions mainly use electronic stamps.
Normally, accepting IC card and credit card payments requires special terminals to be distributed to all affiliated stores. Since this requires local governments and retail outlets to pay for construction fees and other expenses, we provide electronic stamps which can be introduced for just a few thousand yen.
Simply setting up an electronic stamp at each affiliated store enables customers who visit and want to use e-currency for payment to do so by simply stamping the screen on their smartphone when the electronic payment screen is displayed.
What’s distinctive about this stamp is that it runs on human static electricity and doesn’t require any batteries or power supply. Communications are also handled through the customers smartphone, so there’s no need for any internet equipment in the store either. There are six bumps on the back of each stamp, and when they make contact with a smartphone, the device confirms the coordinates, then transmits the data to our company servers over the internet. This then registers the person, retail outlet, and payment amount data on our system. This solution enables smooth electronic payment without downloading an app or installing internet connection equipment and payment terminals.
Since it uses a stamp, which is deeply-rooted in Japanese culture, rather than a payment terminal, this system is also easy to use for elderly people. In addition, it also eliminates the need for the complex work of totaling, billing, and managing required with paper cash vouchers. For these reasons, many municipalities have adopted our system.
Our employees are the resources which support the continuous growth of our company, and we consider maintaining diversity to be an essential part of achieving a strong organization which can take on new initiatives.
At giftee, we strive to achieve a workplace environment with the opportunities and facilities necessary for our diverse human resources to utilize their unique personalities and skills, determining posts and treatment based on fair evaluations of roles, results, and abilities.
We aim to create an organization which can develop innovation through free sharing of thoughts and opinions, multiplying the strengths of each individual employee rather than adding them, and working toward the achievement of our mission.
Employee composition ratio
Management position ratio
We are working to create a workplace in which each employee takes an active role in their work, experiences personal growth, and considers their job worthwhile, and aiming for increased employee engagement.
At giftee, we emphasize an open organization through efforts such as weekly information sharing sessions for all executives and meetings attended by the representative director where employees can speak frankly and ask direct questions to executive staff (TGIF).
In addition, we regularly implement opinion polls of all employees in order to maintain a quantitative understanding of job satisfaction levels as an indicator of employee engagement and continually carry out initiatives for identification and improvement of problem areas.
Ratio of employees who feel their work is worthwhile