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At Fujitsu we create strong partnerships with our customers, enabling us to work together to find innovative solutions to business challenges. Take a look at our complete list of case studies to find out more about how we can help your business.

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  • St. Michael the Archangel High School gets a next generation learning platform by deploying LIFEBOOK Tablets
    St. Michael the Archangel Diocesan Regional High School is a co-educational college preparatory school that provides a rigorous, comprehensive education. Staffed by a dedicated faculty, the school prides itself on an innovative Technology Department offering courses that range from Computer Science to Advanced Programming and Computer Architecture.
  • St. Louis College of Pharmacy uses Fujitsu Tablets to create a more engaged learning environment
    As one of the pioneers of one-to-one programs, St. Louis College of Pharmacy (STLCOP) is continually refreshing its devices on campus. It needs to find the right devices to meet the needs of students and faculty.
  • Kent School chooses Fujitsu Tablets and Notebooks to make the educational experience more engaging and interactive
    For over twenty years, Kent School has pioneered the use of digital technology in the classroom. It has worked with multiple device partners over the years and experimented with a one-to-one program, equipping each pupil with their own device. Eventually, the school implemented a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy for students, however, it still wanted to continue equipping the faculty with tablets.
  • Catholic High School incorporates new methods of learning by rolling out Fujitsu tablets for a more student-centric education
    Catholic High School must stay ahead of the technology curve to ensure its students get the best, most modern educational experience that will provide them with the tools they need to succeed. As part of this commitment, it wanted to introduce a 1:1 computing program
  • St. Thomas More Catholic High School
    Based in Lafayette, Louisiana, St. Thomas More Catholic High School (STM) seeks to help its 1,100 students reach their individual potential and is committed to the development of the whole person. The school offers a rigorous academic program and prepares students to be global leaders and 21st century thinkers. STM supports its students with a dedicated faculty, technology, facilities, and resources that create the very best opportunities for success in life beyond high school.
  • Widener University Wolfgram Memorial Library
    In addition to the educational resources, Wolfgram Memorial Library also contains Widener University's archives, which include the university's publications and official records, as well as the course catalogs dating back to 1856, student newspapers and literary magazines from 1877, yearbooks from 1900, memorabilia such as cadet uniforms and athletic trophies and various other clippings, photographs, and biographical information about the school athletics, alumni, faculty and the Widener and Hyatt families. Open to Widener students and the public, this collection captures and preserves the rich history of the university as well as significant pieces of the history of Delaware County. However, the library's efforts to make them accessible to the masses were stinted by their limited ability to document and index this considerable amount of information; a work intensive process for the only 10 faculty librarians and 30 staff who help to keep the library open, and allow access to all its valuable resources, on an average of 95.5 hours per week.
  • Wateford School District
    Each new school year Waterford enrolls close to 1,500 new students. Like most school districts throughout the United States, historically, this process was manual, paper intensive and time consuming. Before implementing the automated enrollment system, Waterford handled its entire enrollment on-site at each school building the child was enrolling in. Waterford was in need of a solution that would decrease staff headaches and streamline the process while giving the time and money back to the children.
  • University of California, Berkeley
    One of UC Berkley’s facility members, Dr. Joonhong Ahn, a professor of nuclear engineering, was overwhelmed with the mounds of paper accumulating in his office. Frustrated by the never-ending stream of incoming reports Dr. Ahn sought to find a solution that would allow him quickly digitize report, handouts, research and other paper documents that had to be archived but readily accessible on demand.
  • New ways of Learning and student-run Service Desk with Tablets at St. Joseph’s Academy
    St. Joseph’s Academy wanted to ensure it was staying on top of technology to empower its students to be the leaders of tomorrow.
  • Shorter patient registration times and highly accurate medical records with PalmSecure at The George Washington University Medical Center
    The standard method for registering patients was time consuming and did not adequately verify their identities, insurance information, or prevent redundancies or duplicates. The Fujitsu Med-Serv 50 Kiosk, which features the PalmSecure™ biometric solution, was selected by MFA.
  • Council Rock School District Uses Fujitsu ETERNUS Storage
    The Council Rock School District (CRSD) is located in lower Bucks County, in south eastern Pennsylvania. It spends over $12,000 per secondary student per year and operates two High Schools, three Middle Schools and ten Elementary Schools, and an alternative High School.
  • Paul VI Catholic School Provides Fujitsu LIFEBOOK Laptops
    Paul VI Catholic High School, established in 1983, is one of four secondary schools in the Arlington Diocesan school system of Virginia. From an original enrolment of 350 students, it has grown to a current capacity of 1,000 young men and women who seek the well-rounded educational experience that it offers.
  • LIFEBOOK T pays off at Athol Murray College of Notre Dame
    As a private school situated in an isolated village, Notre Dame strives to ensure it offers the best educational experience in order to attract students. One of its key strengths is its outstanding athletics program, which produces regular NHL players and college scholarships. However, recently it decided that technology was one area in which it could lead the field on the prairies.
  • St. Andrew’s College
    As an independent school, St. Andrew’s College prides itself on the innovative ways in which it teaches students, using collaborative, activity-based, boy-friendly learning along with cutting-edge technology to engage and inspire. The school has been teaching boys for more than a century and excels in academics, the arts, athletics, and co-curricular programing that is amongst the most varied and comprehensive of any private school in Canada.
  • Food Project
    The Jackson County Intermediate School District (JCISD) is an educational service agency chartered by the State of Michigan to work with local public school districts and charter schools. Their mission is to help improve student success throughout the central Michigan county, which is situated about 40 miles west of Ann Arbor.
  • Palm Beach Community College
    Palm Beach Community College (PBCC) serves approximately 47,000 students across four campuses located within the Florida hurricane zone. Due to their location, disaster recovery played a big part—as did the need for space and improved efficiency—in their search for an enterprise content management (ECM) system.
  • DeVry University
    "When we first launched ..concerns were raised about academic freedom and the use of firewalls, "says Rich Lermer, Director of Information Technology at DeVry. "But we were able to show ...that we could protect corporate resources on the inside without restricting access to information by authorized users."