Fujitsu is the world’s fourth-largest ICT services and hardware provider. The Japanese company offers a wide range of technology products, ICT solutions and services.
Approximately 162,000 Fujitsu people support customers in 100 countries. Nearly 70 percent of the revenue is generated in Japan, however, the company’s international operations, particularly the services business, are growing at a rate of a few percent per year.
Fujitsu reported consolidated revenues of 4.8 trillion yen (USD 46 billion) for the fiscal year ended on March 31, 2014. Some 65 percent of the revenues are generated in Japan, while just under 19 percent come from Europe. The corporate headquarters of the company established in 1935 are located in Japan.
Fujitsu R&D centers in Japan, China, the UK and the United States employ 1,500 researchers. In addition to them, Fujitsu innovation programs employ more than 10,000 product developers around the world. Globally, Fujitsu is the owner of more than 100,000 patents.
The vision of Fujitsu Group says human-centric, intelligent society. The company’s branches worldwide implement this vision and strategy with a local touch and in local languages. Both the international and local dimensions go hand in hand at Fujitsu. We serve customers in their own language wherever they are. We customize our service to best meet the needs of the customer’s operational environment. We are familiar with the local circumstances, markets, challenges and opportunities.
Fujitsu aims at sustainability in all its operations. The company is committed to advancing solutions that help organizations and businesses to build the future in a safe and sustainable manner.
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Fujitsu is the leading ICT services and hardware provider in Finland, where it employs approximately 2,600 people. Fujitsu’s goal is to facilitate and ease the day-to-day operations of businesses and other organisations with our cutting-edge ICT service models and technologies.