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Fujitsu helps Northern Territory Government deliver online services for motorists from the top end to the red centre Darwin, Australia,New Zealand, December 10, 2004 - Northern Territory motorists will be able to renew their driver's licences and vehicle registrations online from next week, thanks to an initiative from Fujitsu, the Northern Territory Government and Charles Darwin University.
Fujitsu's record-breaking storage solutions now available in Australia and New Zealand Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, December 09, 2004 - Following significant sales success and an outstanding 'no-outage' record in Fujitsu's home and Asian markets, the ETERNUS3000 SAN storage range is now available in Australia and New Zealand.
Fujitsu and Onyx Software help Queensland Government improve child safety Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, November 29, 2004 - As part of a statewide initiative to reform child protection and youth justice service delivery, the Queensland Government has awarded major contracts to Fujitsu Australia and Onyx Software Australia to improve information management.
Fujitsu to increase sales strength in western region with appointment of Bart Boaden Sydney, Australia, November 24, 2004 - Fujitsu has strengthened its sales and service capabilities in Western Australia with the appointment of Bart Boaden as General Manager, Western Region. In this role, Mr Boaden will be responsible for business development and services delivery for the West Australian and Northern Territory markets.
Fujitsu gives enterprise customers new options for protecting and leveraging investments in legacy systems Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, November 17, 2004 - Pundits have sometimes predicted the death of legacy systems, but at this week's Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2004 in Sydney Fujitsu is unveiling a series of innovative options for enterprise customers who recognise the inherent value of their legacy applications, mainframe systems and other mature information technology platforms.
Fujitsu reveals the real value of IT at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2004 Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, November 16, 2004 - As a major exhibitor at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2004 starting today at the Sydney Convention Centre, Fujitsu is challenging business leaders to examine and understand the role and value of information technology in their organisation.
AAPT launches new era of business telephony with Fujitsu VoIP technology Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, November 15, 2004 - Leading telecommunications company AAPT has launched a new range of business solutions based on hosted voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology and services from Fujitsu.
Fujitsu expands business application capabilities with acquisition of Atos Origin Australia Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, October 21, 2004 - Fujitsu has acquired the Australian operations of Atos Origin. Globally, Atos Origin is a €5-billion (A$8.5 billion)-a-year, Paris-based provider of business application and IT outsourcing services.
Fujitsu unveils the future at Retail Business Technology expo Melbourne, Australia,New Zealand, July 28, 2004 - Self-checkout systems, new multimedia displays, electronic shelf-labelling and fraud detection systems are just some of the Fujitsu innovations that will dramatically improve retail experiences for customers while delivering cost savings for retailers.
Fujitsu partners with world-class Australian software company to boost sales and profits for specialty retailers Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, July 20, 2004 - Australasia's fast-growing specialty retailers now have easier access to powerful business applications and services previously only viable for large retail chains, after Fujitsu announced a systems-integration alliance with Australian software company Retail Directions.
Betts Group chooses Fujitsu and Australian-made software for 120-store merchandising and point-of-sale systems upgrade Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, July 20, 2004 - The Betts Group has chosen Fujitsu Australia to supply and support a comprehensive merchandising solution from Retail Directions across its 120-store retail network. The project represents the first success for a new partnership between Fujitsu and Retail Directions that is providing specialty retailers with highly functional and cost-effective technology solutions.
Caltex Australia chooses Fujitsu as its business technology service provider for three years Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, July 15, 2004 - Caltex Australia has appointed Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand as its services and technology outsourcing provider for the next three years. The agreement sees Fujitsu delivering a broad array of integrated technology services.
Fujitsu and Telegea join forces to help Australasian telcos improve provisioning and profitability of Internet telephony Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, June 21, 2004 - Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand and TeleGea, a leading provider of software solutions for the rapid delivery of hosted VoIP services, today announced a strategic partnership designed to help telecommunications providers better plan, provision and manage voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) telephony.
Fujitsu helps Public Record Office Victoria secure community access to vital government information Fujitsu Australia, Australia,New Zealand, May 28, 2004 - The Victorian Government has acted to safeguard community access to vital public information by appointing Fujitsu to deliver an ambitious digital archive initiative.
Self-checkout technology more accessible to Australian retailers following Fujitsu's US$35 million Optimal Robotics acquisition Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, May 25, 2004 - Fujitsu has acquired the U-Scan self-checkout technology business of Canada's Optimal Robotics for US$35 million in a deal that will see this self-service shopping technology become readily accessible to all Australian and New Zealand retailers.
Self-checkout hits the high street as Coles Myer trials the Fujitsu U-Scan system in two Victorian supermarkets Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, May 25, 2004 - Self-service shopping may soon become a reality as retail giant Coles Myer begins a six-month trial of Fujitsu's U-Scan self-checkout system at Bi-Lo Fountain Gate and Coles Chadstone in Victoria.
Coles Myer and Fujitsu join forces in software development alliance Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, May 12, 2004 - Coles Myer and Fujitsu Australia will join forces under a new joint alliance to manage, consolidate and develop the software platform which runs the point-of-sale systems across all Coles and BiLo supermarkets in Australia.
Fujitsu targets market-share growth with latest appointments to leadership team Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, April 29, 2004 - Fujitsu's integrated customer services strategy and aggressive market-share growth plans took another step forward today with the announcement of major appointments to the Company's leadership team. This follows the recent merger between Fujitsu and DMR Consulting to create one of the region's largest services companies.
Fujitsu New Zealand announces new scholarship
Wellington, New Zealand, April 06, 2004 - Fujitsu New Zealand has announced the inception of the Wellington College Fujitsu New Zealand Scholarship. The NZ$3000 scholarship will be awarded annually to a Year 13 student from Wellington College who intends to study Computer Science or Information Technology at a university or polytechnic in New Zealand.
Fujitsu strengthens services and solutions delivery in Australia and New Zealand Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, March 15, 2004 - Customers stand to benefit from a simpler interface to the full range of Fujitsu services after an important corporate realignment. The merger with specialist subsidiary DMR Consulting creates a new organisation united by its focus on customer value.
Fujitsu announces new enterprise hard disk drives with industry leading technology San Jose, CA, Australia,New Zealand, March 08, 2004 - Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc. (FCPA) today introduced the MAT and MAU series enterprise hard disk drive (HDD) offering up to 300GB of storage capacity. Fujitsu's MAT series hard disk drive is the industry's first 75Gb/sq.in. four-platter enterprise design to deliver 300GB of storage capacity in a 10K RPM 3.5in form factor.
WorldxChange Offers New Telephony and Data Choices with BroadSoft VoIP Capability from Fujitsu Wellington, Global,Australia,New Zealand, February 09, 2004 - WorldxChange Communications is set to launch a new range of integrated voice and data services powered by the industry-leading BroadSoft Voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) platform delivered by Fujitsu.
Fujitsu reduces TCO for Australian retailers with new retail system terminal Sydney, Australia,New Zealand, January 22, 2004 - Designed for easy remote management to reduce the total cost of ownership for retailers, the TeamPoS 2000 M is the first point-of-sale system available across the entire retail industry to incorporate the Intel Pentium M processor.
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