Fujitsu is one of the few international ICT companies that has local Corporate Responsibility operations in Finland. The company publishes a Responsible Business report of its Finnish operations annually, after the end of its fiscal year.
"We promote Corporate Responsibility primarily through our business," says Fujitsu Finland's Corporate Responsibility Manager Milla Uusi-Pietilä. ”We co-create technology solutions with our customers and partners to a wider benefit of the Finnish society."
Fujitsu's customers are becoming more and more interested in sustainability. They need support in cutting their own environmental impacts. Fujitsu's energy-efficient data centre services, for example, allow customers to decrease their carbon footprint.
"For us, Corporate Responsibility means concrete actions, whether it’s about improving our own operations or those of our customers," underlines Uusi-Pietilä. She brings up ten examples of such actions taken during the past fiscal year (1 April 2019 – 31 March 2020):
Corporate Responsibility is firmly anchored in Fujitsu's global operation philosophy Fujitsu Way, which was updated globally in the summer of 2020. The company aims at making the world more sustainable by building trust in the society through innovations.
Fujitsu Finland promotes Corporate Responsibility in five areas, which are the environment, the community, diversity and inclusion, work wellbeing, and responsible operating practices. Local targets are set for each area every year, and a local Responsible Business Board is actively leading and following performance.
Please find Fujitsu Finland Oy's Responsible Business report for fiscal year April 2019 − March 2020 as well as earlier reports (in Finnish) here.
Date: 09 September, 2020