Frucor Beverages Ltd is one of Australasia’s largest beverage manufacturers and distributors. It is best known for its flagship product, the ‘V’ energy drink as well as an extensive brand portfolio including fruit juices, waters and soft drinks. Headquartered in Sydney and Auckland, Frucor has more than 900 employees in Australia and New Zealand.
To ensure the secure authentication of employees in pharmacies, awinta GmbH relies on the hygienic palm vein scan technology PalmSecure™ from Fujitsu.
Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar deploys Fujitsu PRIMEFLEX for HPC infrastructure to enable fast completion of complex, academic projects, attracting students and funding.
Since its original foundation in 1956 and eventual incorporation thirty years later, Diana Holding Group has become one of Morocco’s leading players in the agri-food industry. Inspired by its love of the land, the company has diversified into multiple sectors, including viticulture, olive oil production and farming, consequently laying the foundations for a fully integrated and constantly evolving organization.
The adoption of SAP Business One on SAP HANA, based on Fujitsu systems, met KÜNZI’s need to move forward and embrace innovation. The server’s processing capacity is such that there is still ample room to develop new procedures to improve the quality of employees’ work.
Fujitsu have developed a mobile IT solution for Hillarys. The solution is seamlessly integrated with Hillarys' existing SAP ordering system.
The operation of internal and external customer systems demands an agile and innovative storage strategy. Fujitsu are developing this strategy together with implementing it as part of Managed Storage services
Switching to Fujitsu ETERNUS hybrid storage systems reduces access times and safeguards the company’s critical just-in-time processes.
Focused on expanding the target market and growing the business, the managers of Caffè Moak decided in 2016 to upgrade the company’s now obsolete IT system and adopt the SAP HANA environment, with a view to achieving real digital transformation. In the summer of that year, the company then embarked on a short but intense phase of analyzing the hardware platforms that were currently available on the market.
Originally founded in 1919, AKG Group has gone on to become a world leader in unique cooling and heat exchange systems. In 2011, the family company, which today employs around 2,600 people (1,200 at its Hofgeismar headquarters), achieved sales of €270 million. The Group manufactures its high-performance cooling systems at 13 locations in eight countries.
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