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Fujitsu’s Patja Easy brings advanced workspace environment to tablets and home computers

SingleView user interface takes modern knowledge work to a new level

Helsinki, 25 October, 2012

Fujitsu Finland Ltd.’s new Patja Easy service makes work easier: your own workspace follows you wherever you are and whatever device you are using. Your own SingleView workspace can be used on your home computer, tablet or even at an Internet café terminal – your familiar workspace opens up just as if you were at the office.

Patja Easy enables taking your own workspace outside an organisation’s internal and locked workspaces in a flexible, safe and user friendly manner.

”Bring your own device – BYOD – has been a buzzword for a long time now, but user experiences from previous solutions on the market have been rather poor. No one really needs a traditional Windows desktop on an iPad, just to give an example,” says Tommi Rinnemaa, Head of Offerings at Fujitsu Finland.

”In Patja Easy service we have focused on building a productive working environment that is pleasant to use. At the same it solves the BYOD issue.”

Patja Easy combines all tools provided by an organisation into one user interface, which you enter through a web page.

The same interface includes e-mail, calendar, instant messaging, phone and document sharing.

Colleagues’ presence information is available in real time. Moreover, all applications, like travel expense reporting and ERP, are accessible through this one single view.

For the user it is essential to choose a display that is fitting for the task at hand. Even though Patja Easy can be accessed with all types of devices, using e.g. ERP or an Excel spreadsheet may be too difficult using a smartphone.

Patja Easy user interface

Patja Easy user interface

Centralised management and strong identification

Patja Easy is a service produced in Fujitsu’s data centre. The secure and centrally managed and maintained service is always up-to-date and its usability has been secured. The users are identified using strong CallSign phone identification service developed by Fujitsu. 

For management, Patja Easy means flexibility and agility, as the service is easy to implement and it can be adapted to organisational needs quickly. It is also a safe and fast solution for giving outside project workers and consultants access to information they need. 

IT managers using Patja Easy can forget software updates and patch installations and instead focus on the development of their ICT environment so it supports the business. Purchasing the service is simple, as it includes no hidden costs. 

For further information:
Fujitsu Finland Oy
Head of Offerings Tommi Rinnemaa
Tel. +358 40 9033 114, tommi.rinnemaa (at)

Press Contacts:
Fujitsu Finland Oy
Communications Director Satu Pelttari
Tel. +358 45 7880 9624, satu.pelttari (at)

Three different Patja services 

Fujitsu’s Patja model now includes three different solutions, which can be used as such or combined to meet specific client needs. 
Patja Power is the traditional Patja service, which always includes the widest selection of modular service components. 
Patja Flex is a personal workspace that is best suited for employees using e.g. special applications. Patja Flex can also be used without Internet connection.
Patja Easy is a modern workspace, which is individually built for each organisation and where all users have the same desktop environment at their disposal. Patja Easy requires Internet connection.

About Fujitsu

Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, offering a full range of technology products, solutions, and services. Approximately 140,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries. We use our experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with our customers. Fujitsu Limited (TSE: 6702) reported consolidated revenues of 4.1 trillion yen (US $39 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2018. For more information, please see

Date: 25 October, 2012
City: Helsinki