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January

  • Fujitsu Transforms the Customer Journey and Increases In-store Efficiency with Artificial Intelligence New York / Munich, EMEIA, January 13, 2019 - This year’s NRF in New York sees Fujitsu showcasing new solutions that leverage emerging technologies such as AI to help retailers solve some of their most pressing challenges. Ready-to-deploy technologies from Fujitsu fully support the customer journey and are suitable for the full spectrum of retailers, from grocers to fashion stores. The solutions are designed to empower retailers to improve shoppers’ in-store experience and help drive down operational costs, for example through reducing losses from self-checkouts.

  • Fujitsu Leverages AI to Cut Retail Self-Checkout Fraud Munich, EMEIA, January 11, 2019 - Fujitsu today announces a new solution that uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to cut fraud at supermarket self-checkouts – where losses are usually around double that of manned registers. Fujitsu has teamed up with a leading European hypermarket retailer to co-create and test the technology, which represents a significant step towards frictionless, cashierless stores.

  • Enterprises Expect DevOps to be Mainstream Within Five Years, Finds Fujitsu Survey Munich, EMEIA, January 10, 2019 - Enterprises are expecting rapid advances in the uptake of DevOps at scale over the next five years, according to new survey findings¹ by Fujitsu. With its focus on unifying software development and software operation, the majority of organizations with more than 500 employees surveyed see DevOps as a valuable approach to cope with continuous change, enabling greater agility and decreasing cost.

  • Fujitsu Helps Finnish City Lahti Area to Implement New National Social and Healthcare Model Lahti, EMEIA, January 03, 2019 - Fujitsu today announces that Lahti, the eighth largest city in Finland, has outsourced key areas of its information and communication technologies (ICT) to Fujitsu, involving the transfer of 90 Provincia employees. The initial agreement is valued at EUR 24 million and focuses on reducing costs and improving services for citizens. It also means that Päijät-Häme is among the first of the 18 Finnish provinces to be fully aligned with the proposed nationwide social and healthcare services reform in Finland.