- Cresco sold shares of affiliate Company APPRESSO K.K.
- Cresco acquired shares of Creative Japan, Ltd. to make it a subsidiary.
- Cresco invested in LTS,Inc.
- Cresco acquired shares of Sorun Hokuriku Inc. (now CRESCO HOKURIKU LTD.) to make it a subsidiary.
- Cresco established the subsidiary Cresco Shanghai Software CO., LTD.
- Cresco acquired shares of C Three Co. Ltd. to make it a subsidiary.
- Cresco acquired shares of IOS Co., Ltd. to make it a subsidiary.
- Cresco acquired shares of Infinide Co., Ltd. (now Cresco KYUSHU Co. Ltd. ) to make it a subsidiary.
- Cresco acquired shares of Griffin Co., Ltd. (now Cresco-ID Co., Ltd.) to make it a subsidiary.
- Embedded Solution Division , Department 4 acquired
- ISO9001:2000 certificate.
- Cresco opened Takanawa Center (Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo) in response to expansion in embedded operations.
- Cresco established the subsidiary Cresco Communication Co., Ltd.
- Cresco opened Kitashinagawa Center (Kitashinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo ) in order to expand the embedded software development business.
- Cresco established the subsidiary Wireless Technologies Inc.
- Car Electronics Head Office achieved CMM® Level 3.
- Technology Solution Division Yokohama Center acquired ISO14001 certificate.
- Head Office (Mita, Minato-ku), Shiba Center, Tamachi Center, and Wireless Solution Center were integrated and relocated to Kounan, Minato-ku.
- Cresco invested in Open Source Japan Ltd., which specializes in open source technology.
- Cresco invested in Buerger Consulting Inc., which mainly provides consulting services on information systems.
- Cresco invested in Appresso K.K., the developers of "DataSpider," a software package for linking data.
- Cresco sold shares of subsidiary Heart Computer Co., Ltd.
- Cresco opened Wireless Solution Center to operate the wireless systems business.
- Cresco opened Hokkaido Development Center (Sapporo, Hokkaido) in order to expand the software development business.
- Cresco listed on First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
- Invested in online bank Japan Electronic Settlement Planning Inc. (now Rakuten Bank ).
- Cresco invested in system developer CRL Brains Co., Ltd. (now Cognitive Research Labs, Inc.).
- Cresco acquired Heart Computer Co., Ltd., a software developer for the brewing industry.
- Cresco listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
- Cresco invested in Internet business Engine Inc.
- Cresco opened Microcomputer System Center and strengthened firmware development.
- Cresco established subsidiary Wain Co., Ltd. , which was operated by Chinese software engineers.
- Cresco changed its share trading unit from 1,000 shares to 100 shares.
- Cresco invested in telemarketing company Daiichi Ad System Co., Ltd.
- Cresco established subsidiary Shiba Software Co., Ltd. (now Cresco e-Solution Co., Ltd. ).
- Cresco listed on the Tokyo OTC Stock Exchange and increased its capital to ¥758,700 thousand.
- Cresco started a dedicated Internet connection between it and IIJ (Internet Initiative Japan).
- Head Office (Takanawa, Minato-ku), Software Division (Tsukishima, Chuo-ku), Open System Division (Makuhari, Chiba-shi), and System Division (Nishi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku) were integrated and relocated to Mita, Minato-ku.
- Cresco invested in NIWS Co., Ltd., a company established by IBM Japan and Nomura Research Institute.
- Cresco established the Open System Division in response to the downsizing and multi-vendor environment.
- The then Ministry of International Trade and Industry registered Cresco as a system integration company.
- Cresco, Ltd. was established with capital of ¥98 million to develop software and develop and sell system equipment.