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Fujitsu financial services IT: increasing business profitability and efficiency

Fujitsu understands the pressures facing financial services institutions – and the opportunities opening up for them in new markets, channels and products. 

In a constantly changing world, you need technology that’s dependable, flexible and cost effective, while avoiding investment in equipment or skills that might become liabilities. That’s where a committed, expert IT partner can make a real difference.

Supporting your business needs

Fujitsu offers world-class propositions spanning IT Infrastructure, Network and Application Services, Cloud Services (Desktop Virtualisation, IaaS and SaaS) and industry specific solutions (ATM Management, Multi-channel Integration and Mobile Payments) that will support you across every aspect of your business.

For more than 40 years we’ve enabled financial services customers to increase profitability, realise operational efficiencies and build greater customer intimacy. 

We work with leading companies such as: 

  • Allianz
  • Banco de Espana
  • Bank of America
  • Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
  • BBVA
  • Deutsche Bank
  • Equens
  • HSBC
  • International Personal Finance
  • la Caixa
  • Santander
  • Swedbank
  • VocaLink
  • WestPac

Watch the IPF case study video

  • United Kingdom , Industry: All
    Luup

    “Luup chose the partnership of Fujitsu and Rule Financial to undertake a highly focused 10 week consultancy project.” Tags:

  • United Kingdom , Industry: Services
    Mergers and Acquisitions: Transition of Sales and Servicing with Customised Salesforce.com SaaS Deployment

    Fujitsu enabled a global business banking operation to seamlessly transition client sales and servicing, post-merger, with a customised Salesforce.com SaaS deployment. Read the case study. Tags:

  • United Kingdom , Industry: Financial Services
    Allianz

    Allianz's extensive IT infrastructure in Germany was being managed by its subsidiary, IT service provider Allianz Shared Infrastructure Services GmbH (ASIC). However, ASIC wanted to standardise, consolidate and streamline operations by forging a long term strategic partnership with an external vendor for the supply, installation, support and maintenance of Allianz's desktop, network and telecommunication services in Germany. Tags: