Defence and National Security: IT Services and Solutions
Working alongside our customers wherever and whenever they need us
When conditions are at their worst, IT must be at its best. Life or death systems need to work in tents and tin huts, in the field and on frigates, and at the front line of terror whether that’s in a dusty war zone or on a busy tube on our home soil.
Then there’s change. Military and agency needs vary widely. Operational tempos alter all the time. How do you make sure your technology is always up to the task?
Fujitsu Defence & National Security has the answer – a partnership of shared attitudes and objectives whose focus is on getting the job done, contracts and conventions notwithstanding.
For over 40 years, Fujitsu has been a trusted supplier to the MoD and National Security agencies, delivering as promised, exceeding expectations as standard.
In this not-so-perfect world, Fujitsu aims to be your perfect partner.
“Fujitsu bring highly skilled personnel into an operational environment and face the same risks as we do.”
Lieutenant Colonel Jon Cole, the Commander of JFCIS
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Focus on business outcomes
Many organisations embarking on IT enabled change do so in an expectation that deployment of tried and tested methods and tools will bring about project and programme success. Significant investment been made to equip staff with the analytic and management capabilities to scope, define, manage and deliver change using mature, industry standard approaches.
Four decades of understanding your needs
Our world-class business, security and IT consultants use the most sophisticated analytical tools and techniques to help you improve effectiveness, efficiency and value in the context of increasing demands and shrinking budgets.
Fujitsu has been trusted with some of Europe’s biggest IT projects. We’ve also undertaken small-scale enhancements to existing systems.
You could, of course, run your own IT. It would be a distraction from your core objectives, and would make extra demands on your already stretched resources. But it’s an option.