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December

  • Business Leaders in Singapore Struggle to Balance Demands of Employees, Customers and Society – Almost Half have Lost Great Staff Singapore, Singapore, December 07, 2018 - Business leaders are struggling to cope with the demands of the three groups they need to serve in order to deliver success: employees, customers and the wider society. Over 60% of organizations currently prioritize the needs of their employees over those of customers (55%) and society as a whole (37%), according to a global study commissioned by Fujitsu of 1,936 C-Suite decision makers within mid and large-sized businesses across public sector and transport, financial services, retail and manufacturing sectors. But 60% of leaders admit they are struggling to balance the expectations of all three sets of people at once, which is a concern as organizations are also aware of the influence each group has on their success.

October

  • ScanSnap iX1500: Intuitive scanning at your fingertips - A more efficient and convenient lifestyle - Singapore, Singapore, October 02, 2018 - PFU ASIA PACIFIC PTE LTD, designer, manufacturer and marketer of Fujitsu brand scanners, has announced the release of the ScanSnap iX1500, the next-generation model from the best-selling ScanSnap line of personal document scanners. Designed for ultimate ease of use, the iX1500 transforms all the paper surrounding you with valuable information and adds more productivity to your lifestyle.

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February

  • Businesses in Singapore Remain Confident about Digital Transformation, but Worry about Progress with Digital Technology Singapore, Singapore, February 20, 2018 - Although businesses recognize the importance of digital transformation, organizations worldwide are struggling to balance the elements needed to deliver on digital. Fujitsu’s latest report, the Digital Transformation PACT, which surveyed 1,625 global business leaders found that one in three (33%) has cancelled a project in the last two years at a cost of SGD689,659 (€423,000), while one in four (28%) has experienced a failed project costing SGD904,872(€555,000). 82 percent of businesses say that their customers expect them to be more digital, while 71 percent believe that they are behind their competitors. Ultimately, two in three (66%) believe that they will lose customers relative to their competitors as a result of digital transformation.