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Why Fujitsu in Rail?

Helping rail organisations reach their destination

IT solutions from Fujitsu

timetableFor 30 years, Fujitsu Services has designed, built and operated IT systems and services for major clients around the world.

In the rail industry, our customers include France’s national rail operator SNCF and Germany’s counterpart Deutsche Bahn, as well as our industry support of train operating companies through our work with the Association of Train Operating Companies in the UK.

We bring vast industry experience and an acute understanding of the challenges our customers face. From Caminhos de Ferro Portugueses in Portugal to the Connex Light Rail system in Sydney, we have worked with high-profi le clients around the world and helped them to meet a range of ambitious targets.

Qantas Airways Limited- ICT Sustainability
As one of the world’s leading airlines and an iconic Australian brand, Qantas (ASX: QAN) employs 35,700 people. Its portfolio includes the Qantas and Jetstar airlines, which carry more than 40 million passengers each year, and subsidiary businesses such as Qantas Freight Enterprises, Q Catering and Qantas Frequent Flyer.
Schiphol Group: IT Service Desk and Office Automation Systems
The Schiphol Group is an airport operator and developer of ‘Airport Cities’. In the Netherlands, the Group operates four airports: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Rotterdam The Hague Airport, Lelystad Airport and Eindhoven Airport.
SIGNALIS GmbH Implements PRIMERY Servers and ETERNUS Storage
Germany has around 2,300 kilometers (1,430 miles) of coastline along the North and Baltic Seas. The Wasser- und Schifffahrtsverwaltung is a subordinate authority of Germany’s Federal Ministry of Transport, and is responsible for regulating maritime traffic.
Dublin Airport Authority: Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Applications
Fujitsu were chosen to implement an integrated suite of Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Applications (supported by appropriate hardware and network infrastructures), and to support the launching of a Shared Service Centre in Shannon.
Dublin Airport Authority: Customised Oracle Training Program
Dublin Airport Authority could have chosen Oracle Official Curriculum training, but decided instead that customised training would better suit their needs. In order to fulfill this need, Fujitsu and Dublin Airport Authority worked closely together to develop and complete a “Training needs analysis”.
Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC)
ATOC agreed a five year, £13 million deal with Fujitsu to refresh, enhance and streamline the hardware and applications technology used by RJIS, so that it could be supported until at least 2014. It also had to have the capacity to handle an increase in workload, largely driven by a massive growth in online sales (25% year-on-year) and greater use of Ticket-on-Departure vending-style machines used to collect ticket.
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