Fujitsu to Manage Business-Critical Applications on Microsoft Azure for Finnish Pension Provider Keva
- Fujitsu has been awarded a four year contract to support the ongoing development of Keva’s digital services
- Agreement includes support for applications running on Microsoft Azure and implementation of DevOps methodologies in collaboration with Keva’s software development partners
- The employee pension provider and its customers will benefit from streamlined systems, greater procurement flexibility and the ability to innovate faster
Notes to editors
¹Kela is the social insurance institute of Finland citizens.
²The partnership between Fujitsu and Microsoft enables customers to leverage Fujitsu’s deep experience in integrating and managing complex hybrid IT estates, combined with access to Microsoft’s market-leading hyperscale public cloud platform Azure. Customers benefit from the compelling economics and greater agility enabled by a cloud-based delivery model for core workloads in addition to the peace of mind that all aspects of the management of crucial applications are being taken care of.
³IDC’s MarketScape Worldwide DevOps Services Vendor Assessment
commends Fujitsu for a strong focus on helping clients execute application life-cycle management activities… [and having] …large inventory of reusable assets that the provider can leverage as part of its delivery. Fujitsu customers interviewed by IDC remarked favorably about Fujitsu's cultural values, finding team members to be respectful and human in how they operate. IDC notes that Fujitsu was also commended by its customers for strong capabilities in knowledge sharing across teams to ease workflows and communications as well as generated holistic solutions that were not just technical but were scalable and multilingual and transcended varied user demographics and different countries that used the applications.
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Date: 12 March, 2019