“Fujitsu’s long term goal is to develop information technology (IT) that enables a more prosperous society. As the role of IT becomes more pervasive in everyday life, from transport and energy through to healthcare and education, Fujitsu remains committed to making a positive impact to the society in which we operate. This commitment to responsible business, embodied in our ongoing CSR programme, remains at the heart of our long term strategy”
Duncan Tait, Chief Executive Officer, Fujitsu UK & Ireland
Fujitsu’s vision is to be known as a responsible corporate citizen, delivering sustainable and profitable growth while contributing positively to the society in which we operate.
Our vision for a responsible business is at the heart of the Fujitsu UK & Ireland culture. This is led by our Japanese heritage and our President’s vision:
“through the constant pursuit of innovation, we aim to contribute to the creation of a networked society that is rewarding and secure, bringing about a prosperous future that fulfils the dreams of people throughout the world”.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is part of Fujitsu’s DNA, dating back to 1938, when Fujitsu’s first factory was built in Kawasaki, Japan, promoting ‘manufacturing in harmony with nature’. This message of sustainability and responsibility in business has embedded itself throughout the organisation. Last year, Fujitsu in UK & Ireland published CSR metrics to supplement the Group’s global sustainability report. This year we are publishing our first comprehensive CSR e-report to demonstrate our progress against our CSR targets and our commitment to being a responsible business.
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