Following a comprehensive tender process, JPS asked Fujitsu to create an Infrastructure as a Service solution with servers and storage hosted in two separate locations on the island. The deployment and configuration took just ten weeks.
Faced with an unreliable data center whose lease had nearly expired, First Citizens Bank Investment Services wanted to find a new platform to support its business critical banking applications. It needed a partner with both the IT expertise and the project management capability to handle the task.
UWI turned to long term partner Fujitsu to design and build a 700 seat contact center. Fujitsu managed multiple hardware and software vendors as well as cabling to create the new business from the ground up.
The First Citizens Group is one of the leading financial services groups in Trinidad & Tobago, offering a full range of retail, corporate and merchant banking services as well as asset management, trustee and brokerage services. IT migrated 20 applications to the Fujitsu Cloud platform, hosted in its Tier 3 data center in Barataria. This delivers optimal uptime, secure performance and allows First Citizens to quickly provision new services.
Under the aegis of the secondary school Reform Project in Guyana (funded by the World Bank) the government of Guyana went to tender for a complete solution that would move the management of schools into the modern era through the use of technology and new processes.
AIC decided to implement a new technology infrastructure that would support the introduction of a new range of business services with a vision to fundamentally enhance both NCB's office and channel operations as well as make a bold statement to the market that the image of the bank had been restored.
The EduTech 2000 project represents a bold initiative by the government of Barbados to place technology in the hands of the stakeholders in education. To this end, the ministry procured from Fujitsu the central office core system that would be the backbone and driver of the management and distribution of software from the Ministry headquarters to the schools.
Fujitsu created a database of fingerprints that would allow the police service to solve, prevent and diminish criminal activity in Trinidad and Tobago. This mandate was developed with the background of the police force being at the time, technologically behind the curve, with fewer than 5 PCs in service and no institutional IT infrastructure in place.
The Government of Trinidad & Tobago undertook a feasibility study regarding the government's opportunities to enhance its presence and service to its corporate stakeholders in the registration of companies.
Transferring the paper-based records of the Trinidad & Tobago population registry into digital format was determined as essential given the population size, state of the records, frequency of access, and need for the information for future demographics and other modeling.
Jamaica National Land Agency (NLA) brings together the core land information functions of the Government under one roof; Land Titles; Surveys and Mapping; Land Valuation & Estate Management. The entity was formed to create a modern national land (spatial) information system designed to support sustainable development.
In 1995, based on a feasibility study recommendation, the British Government initiated a project to create an on-line 24x7 company incorporation service as the feature that would set Anguilla apart from the other jurisdictions.
The key driving force behind the government of Trinidad and
Tobago’s ICT initiative starts with the Government’s National Strategic Plan to achieve first world status and selfsustainability
through the complete transformation of the social
and economic sector – Vision 2020.