Fujitsu Services Oy, the leading ICT service and hardware supplier in Finland, has selected Miradore’s management solution for its Patja operations model. With Miradore, Fujitsu dramatically improves the efficiency of the workstation management of its service clients. The announcement was made at Fujitsu’s Visit event in Munich, Germany.
“The advanced functionalities of Miradore’s solution enable agile and cost effective asset and license management in multiple IT environments”, says CEO Yrjänä Ahto of Fujitsu Finland. “With Miradore’s automated processes and remote management capabilities, we are able to increase the efficiency of our service production as well as further enhance the quality of service.”
Miradore’s cloud-based management solution integrates all end device management functions through the IT lifecycle. It consists of integrated asset management, configuration management and lifecycle management tools. The solution will be integrated in Fujitsu’s Patja service offering, which currently covers about 150,000 workstations in Finland.
The standardization of the end device and license management platform automates processes and eliminates a large share of manual work. This brings operational efficiencies and lowers costs. Service quality also increases, as for example a new workstation can be deployed remotely over the network utilizing zero touch functionalities.
“It is not uncommon that end devices and licenses are managed in isolated databases separate from the rest of the IT environment. With Miradore, asset management becomes a part of the operational system, and changes to the database are automatically implemented”, says Miradore CEO Kristian Järnefelt. “Targeted specifically for service providers such as Fujitsu, our solution easily scales to large IT environments and facilitates the unified management of multiple environments.”
Fujitsu’s implementation of Miradore’s end device and license management solution is a continuation of a Nordic-wide partnership agreement between the companies, signed in February 2010.
For further information, please contact:
CEO Kristian Järnefelt, Miradore, tel. +358 400 666 992, kristian.jarnefelt (at) miradore.com
Director Lasse Högström, Fujitsu Finland, tel. +358 45 7880 1627, lasse.hogstrom (at) fi.fujitsu.com
Miradore is a Finland-based software solutions provider. Miradore software solutions are designed for IT service providers as a complete IT management solution. Miradore allows remote access to IT devices and software, through one easy-to-use modular interface – scalable to meet an organization’s size and specific needs. Miradore supports the whole IT lifecycle, including purchasing, installation, maintenance, replacement, and retiring devices. Read more at: www.miradore.com.
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. The headquarters of the company, which was founded in 1935, are based in Tokyo. Fujitsu limited reported consolidated net sales of 35,4 billion euros for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2010. Some two thirds of the company's net sales are generated in Japan and nearly 15 per cent in Europe. In Finland Fujitsu is the leading ICT services and hardware supplier, employing 2,900 people. The goal of the company is to facilitate the day-to-day operations of businesses and other organisations with our cutting-edge ICT service models and technologies. With its renowned Patja ICT infrastructure services and Sohva application services, Fujitsu manages the information and communications technologies of its customers as well as the support services, availability and development of their applications. The range of Fujitsu's product services covers the entire spectrum of computers from laptops to data center solutions. Read more at: www.fujitsu.com, www.fujitsu.com/fi
Date: 24 marraskuu, 2010