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  • Cyber Threat Intelligence Services ensures the integrity of ICT at Scottish Water
    Scottish Water activated the Fujitsu Cyber Threat Intelligence service, which immediately identified the source of the unknown malware variant, cleaned infected devices and worked with Symantec to create a signature that would block it.
  • HMRC’s Voice and Unified Communications platform now works on Fujitsu FAST Cloud
    In order for HMRC to transition to a consumption based cloud solution, it required a replacement for its existing Voice and Unified Communications service. The requirement was for an innovative, adaptable and cost-effective solution that allowed it to retain its existing handsets. The additional challenge was to deliver this solution within a six month transition period without any user disruption.
  • The Hiroshima Prefectural Federation of Societies of Commerce and Industry makes consulting easier with Cloud Service MobileSUITE
    The Federation deployed Fujitsu tablets connected to a cloud platform that enables the consultants to instantly capture, upload and retrieve relevant information.
  • Bharat Petroleum streamlines employees’ access with PalmSecure
    BPCL wanted to find a secure, reliable way to ease congestion at its refineries’ access points. Traditional methods such as ID cards or fingerprint recognition were either too slow or not accurate enough.
  • Glycotope gains from fast and comprehensive deployment of SAP systems
    Biotechnology company Glycotope recently decided to professionalize its ERP processes by introducing SAP. Until this point, the SME had never had an integrated IT system. With Fujitsu’s help, Glycotope implemented a complete, standardized SAP environment within just four months, which it can now use to visualize and efficiently manage all of its business processes.
  • Integrated System PRIMEFLEX® for SAP Landscapes enables Globus Group to use SAP systems quickly and flexibly
    Fujitsu provided a comprehensive “PRIMEFLEX for SAP Landscapes” concept, comprising FUJITSU x86 servers, Cisco Nexus network components, NetApp storage solutions and virtualization software from VMware.
  • FES applies SAP Business Intelligence at Capral
    Operating since 1936 in Australia in residential, commercial and construction building markets, Capral is an industry leading supplier of innovative aluminum solutions, with extensive distribution channels and value-added services including powder coating anodizing and light fabrication.
  • FES implements SAP at BSP
    The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) is the central bank of the Republic of the Philippines. It was established on July 3, 1993 taking over from the Central Bank of Philippines as the country’s central monetary authority. The BSP aims to be a world-class monetary authority and a catalyst for a globally competitive economy and financial system that delivers a high quality of life for all Filipinos.
  • FES implements SAP at ICS
    Integrated Computer Systems, Inc. (ICS) is a pioneer in the micro computer systems business. In its 30 years, it has continually grown having a corporate office in Ortigas with 3 service centers in Metro Manila areas with more than 200 employees. Today, ICS is the country’s leading I.T. systems provider with a full range of products and services for businesses nationwide.
  • FES implements SAP at SSS
    The Philippine Social Security System (SSS) provides coverage to all employers in private business for their employees and their dependents. The SSS mandate is to promote social justice and provide meaningful protection to members and their families against the hazards of disability, sickness, maternity, old age, death and other contingencies resulting in loss of income or financial burden.
  • FES implements SAP at Windoware
    Windoware is a national wholesaler supplying ready-made window coverings such as blinds and venetians and a large variety of pre-packaged window hardware including curtain rods, tracks and brackets sold to the major retailers.
  • FES introduces mySAP all-in-one at General Pants Group
    General Pants Group is a leading apparel retailer in Australia, influencing the latest in cutting edge street and surf wear for the fashion industry. The company offers a wide variety of fashion apparel primarily targeted at the 16-28 year age group. It offers a range of apparel brands that cover a broad customer base.
  • FES SAP Solutions at AstraZeneca Australia
    AstraZeneca, one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, is dedicated to the discovery, development, manufacturing and marketing of high quality, effective prescription medicines to fight cancer, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, infection, neuroscience and respiratory illnesses.
  • FES Software Factory at Samsonite
    Samsonite Group is one of the world’s largest and most recognized luggage designers and distributors, with a product portfolio ranging from suitcases, to toiletry cases and briefcases. The wide range is evidence of the company’s commitment to excellent craftsmanship, innovative design, and exceptional functionality. It ts the company’s strengths and helps exploit the most attractive opportunities.
  • FES Software Factory Solution at Royal FrieslandCampina
    The Royal FrieslandCampina is one of the largest dairy companies in the world. The company’s goal is to become the world’s most professional, successful, and attractive global dairy company by maximizing the up-and downstream products to be derived from milk.