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METAWATER migrated its infrastructure and maintenance applications to Cloud Service K5 used now as a shared platform for water-related businesses

"FUJITSU Cloud Service K5 allowed us to analyze the IoT data and other measurement data we had collected and provide that information to customers in the form of solutions."

Takashi Ueno General Manager, WBC Center Business Strategy Division METAWATER Co., Ltd.

Delivering new value with the latest cloud as a water business platform.

Customer

METAWATER was established in April 2008 as the first Japanese comprehensive engineering company engaged in the water and environmental business field. Since its foundation, METAWATER has expanded its business in the water, sewerage, and environmental fields both in Japan and abroad under the corporate philosophy of providing optimal water treatment solutions to create a cycle of water.

Challenge

METAWATER Co., Ltd. planned to improve its range of services through analyzing data collected for its Water Business Cloud (WBC), while transferring valuable maintenance knowledge from experienced senior engineers. To increase the range and quantity of data to analyze, it needed to upgrade its cloud platform.

Solution

Fujitsu engineers worked with METAWATER to migrate its virtual servers and digital content to FUJITSU Cloud Service K5, giving it capability to capture real-time data, while improving its big data analysis and artificial intelligence functions.

Benefit

  • Improved value of WBC as a shared platform for water-related businesses
  • Reduced man-hours spent on developing applications
  • Created new routes to PFIs and PPPs initiatives
  • Minimized cost increases when boosting server numbers for data analysis

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