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Latest Case Studies

  • Daimler: Managed Services for the European Data Centre
    Managed Services Responsibility for 5,000 servers and 1,500 databases for the European Data Centre of Daimler AG proves that there's no contradiction between optimising costs and simultaneously enhancing quality.
  • Northampton NHS: Virtualisation saves time, money and energy
    Northampton General Hospital looked at the data centre elements of its portfolio as part of its ongoing efficiency projects.
  • National Childminding Association Case Study
    Fujitsu was chosen for the Implementation of a state-of-the-art core banking system. Scalable performance, absolute flexibility, maximum availability and reliable business-critical 24/7 operation were all absolutely essential.
  • National Bank of Abu Dhabi Case Study
    Fujitsu was chosen for the Implementation of a state-of-the-art core banking system. Scalable performance, absolute flexibility, maximum availability and reliable business-critical 24/7 operation were all absolutely essential.
  • MyTravel Case Study
    The BladeFrame technology has helped MyTravel significantly. In IT terms, it's markedly reduced the complexity and employees are now working more smartly, with time freed up to deliver further solutions.
  • Monmouth School Case Study
    Monmouth School relies heavily on its IT network to support its academic curriculum. All pupils have full access to email and can have personalised access to the network remotely from home or through PCs in the boarding houses. Fujitsu delivers a future-proof, dynamic IT solution for Monmouth School
  • mChek unprecedented scalability for Oracle9i RAC
    If mChek need to bring an extra server online to cope with a burst of transactions, they can do so in a matter of minutes from the PRIMERGY management console. mChek can allocate and manage resources dynamically to suit their immediate needs, with zero application downtime.
  • Luup Mobile Banking
    The market for Mobile Banking, Mobile Payments and Mobile Commerce has developed rapidly. Market dynamics are changing and the industry “ecosystem” is maturing. Fujitsu and its partner Rule Financial worked with Luup over a ten-week period to refresh and extend the market strategy, business and financial plans.
  • Lesedi Local Municipality
    After fully assessing the market place Lesedi chose to implement Fujitsu's Local Government Solution as it had a proven track record of delivering major business benefits in a short period of time, and was already implemented in many other Municipalities in Africa.
  • Halifax Bank of Scotland and Fujitsu
    Having made the strategic decision to consolidate their existing three suppliers to just the one for the HBOS Group IT contract, they knew the partner would need to have impeccable credentials and that's why they chose Fujitsu. Delivering what we promised: consistent service level agreements with a value added business proposition.
  • Citizen: Global Telecommunications Case Study
    Being a global service support partner for a top player in the telecommunications industry demands not only a global presence, but above all, the ability to offer central control of services that are geographically widely spread. Fujitsu demonstrate this expertise throughout the entire process chain – from orders for network components, to shipment, to support.
  • Fujitsu: SOA and XBRL Solution
    Fujitsu is a leading provider of ICT-based business solutions for the global marketplace. With approximately 170,000 employees supporting customers in 70 countries, Fujitsu combines a worldwide corps of systems and services experts with highly reliable computing and communications products and advanced microelectronics to deliver added value to customers.
  • Fujitsu IaaS Case Study
    Fujitsu now uses its Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) trusted cloud service to host its business systems on a shared infrastructure with the security, resilience and performance required for live business systems hosting.
  • Electricity Supply Board Interactive Voice Recognition
    The ESB decided Fujitsu's Interactive Voice Recognition (IVR) solution from InterVoice™ would be implemented at its Cork and Dublin Customer Contact Centres and would improve customer service and reduce waiting times without any extra resourcing requirements.
  • East Kent Hospitals Foundation Trust IT Partnership with Tracline and Fujitsu
    The Trust has one of the largest IT estates in the UK and has invested over £2 million in this portfolio and now leads the UK in the development of mobile computing within the healthcare arena.
  • Cornwall Council
    To improve its understanding of how customers used its libraries, Cornwall turned to Fujitsu for help. While the Council already had a large amount of customer data, Fujitsu was able to combine this with external demographic data to provide new insights and to identify underlying factors in library usage.
  • NHS City and Hackney: Innovative uses of technology in the NHS
    NHS City and Hackney takes benefits to the community with Tracline and Fujitsu Technology Solutions
  • Citizen: Technology change at Citizen Watch Europe
    By switching technology to the Fujitsu platform, Citizen have been able to cut IT costs significantly. Storage consolidation played a major role in this project – with help from the Eternus systems.
  • Causeway Programme: Information Sharing and Managed Application Services
    Fujitsu worked in a complex multi-agency environment to deliver a shared service solution that dramatically improved the provision of public services, and a fully-integrated managed application service for electronic data transfer between the six organisations.
  • Bank of Spain
    The Bank of Spain is the country's national central bank. It is responsible for areas including promoting the proper working and stability of the financial system, supervising solvency and compliance, preparing and publishing statistics, and advising the government.
  • Australian Government: Fujitsu Delivers Award-Winning Maritime System
    Fujitsu's Australian Maritime Identification System (AMIS) brings together maritime data from a disparate and widely dispersed array of systems into a single database for data fusion, analysis and threat assessment.
  • Airtricity: Realignment of Critical Processes to Support Business Growth
    To re-align mission-critical business processes and legacy systems ready for the deregulated market, Airtricity initiated a Market Opening Programme. The company chose Fujitsu to lead the analysis, design, implementation and delivery of the re-engineered processes.
  • Health Protection Surveillance Centre: Computerised Infectious Disease Reporting System (CIDR)
    HPSC chose Fujitsu to design, develop and implement an IT solution concentrated on delivering a secure and flexible national central repository for disease and patient information.
  • A broad new deployed IT for South Africa's Soccer City
    The City of Johannesburg (South Africa), the most powerful commercial centre on the African continent, played host to both the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™. Soccer