Achieve together

At Fujitsu, we change the way the world looks - by working together to achieve the extraordinary. And in these uncertain times, we still find creative ways to work as a team and deliver outstanding results for all. If you want to work alongside people with different ideas, in an Inclusive business, that will welcome you and support you, come and co-create the future at Fujitsu.

Fujitsu Estonia people and events:

We are a dynamic combination of specialists/experts, architects, technicians, and problem solvers. Our background and experience are very diverse, and we speak many different languages. At the same time, we share a common culture that unites us and amplifies our efforts.

Interesting facts about Fujitsu Estonia:

Men vs. women

Untraditionally for an IT company we have more women (60%) than men (40%)

Average age is 35 years
Fujitsu’s people speak 9 different languages

Depending on the department, proficiency in at least one of the following languages is required: Estonian, Russian, English, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Latvian or Lithuanian.

Meet Your Future Colleagues

Elvis Tilgar

Future Workplace & Hybrid IT

“As a family man, I can say that Fujitsu is a good place to work because the company enables a very good work-family life balance. I’m excited to come to work every day because I can deal with developing innovative services from digitalization and automation to artificial intelligence."

Elvis Tilgar
Kristi Leping

Kristi Leping

User Account Management Specialist

“I like being able to join the enjoyable with the useful. Luckily, working at Fujitsu offers me that opportunity every day!

I also love my work because we have many sports aficionados, and the company always supports events related to physical activity. It’s fun to put myself to the test, along with my colleagues!”

Indrek Lään

Service Desk Manager

“What I like at Fujitsu is the fact that the management philosophy gives all employees the chance to directly influence the development of work processes.

New employees can do the most for the workplace and process development as they are starting from scratch and have not yet been influenced by the team.”

Indrek Lään

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