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Fujitsu Launches Fujet Service for Accurate, Efficient System-Quality Testing

Fujitsu Limited,Fujitsu Mission Critical Systems Ltd.

Tokyo, September 15, 2011

Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Mission Critical Systems Ltd. today announced the launch of "Fujet (Fujitsu efficient testing service)", an accurate and efficient testing service for customer system architectures.

The new service leverages the expertise that the two companies have accumulated in building mission-critical systems that are part of society's infrastructure in areas such as the public sector, finance, and communications. Under this service, all work involved in quality system testing is conducted on the customer's behalf. This includes designing and implementing tests, analyzing test results, and validating system quality.

In addition to helping customers build high-reliability systems, this service provides a level of visibility for system quality readily comprehensible to both IT department staff and management. As well, archived test analyses results can be recalled when updating systems to help support continuous improvement in system quality.

The time required for test processes provided as part of this service has been cut by 30-50% from typical levels.


With information systems becoming increasingly important to business, enterprises are looking for a way to maintain and improve system quality. However as these systems grow larger and more complex, an increasing amount of time and effort must be devoted to conducting tests of system quality, as well as organizing and analyzing results. Management is often at times unable to obtain an accurate understanding of system quality. Against the backdrop of an economic recession and increasing advance of globalization, maintaining system quality has also become difficult due to the outsourcing of systems development to offshore engineers for short-term periods in a variety of locations.

It is these factors that prompted Fujitsu and FMCS to offer Fujet, a service for testing the quality of customers' information systems both accurately and efficiently.

Service Overview

In offering this service, Fujitsu and FMCS have standardized the tasks involved in test processes, based on the expertise they have accumulated in the course of building numerous mission-critical systems, and have fleshed out and systematized the tools and techniques used for every aspect of testing. This includes designing the test specification, conducting the test, and collecting, organizing, and analyzing the results. Testing is performed by dedicated specialists.

The service comprises the following four offerings:

1. Operational quality testing

This service involves analyzing the customer's business operations, determining test factors, and organizing them into a matrix-formatted table and checklist. Based on these results, tests are then conducted to verify system quality. This offering includes the following menu of service items: design of operational test factors, design of screen-design test factors, and automated test implementation.

2. Operational platform quality testing

In this service, tests are conducted to assess system quality based on system requirements relating to the "non-functional" aspects of reliability, operability, and performance. This includes the following menu of services: reliability diagnostics, load testing, and security diagnostics.

3. Program quality testing

In this service, source-code testing and vulnerability checking are conducted statically, covering coding protocols and coding defects from the software-development stage as a basic test of software quality.

4. System quality lifecycle management (SQLCM)

In this service, test results are organized and made visible. A risk evaluation of the system is then conducted, along with an analysis and evaluation of the quality status. This includes a service menu of a lifecycle-management repository for storing and managing analytic information and test materials, as well as quality analysis (visualization of results). This makes system-quality test results accessible not only to the IT department but also to management. The service can also analyze the impact that operational reforms have on systems, enabling system quality lifecycle management, in which system quality is continuously improved.

Figure 1: Overview of Fujet Services

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The Fujet service primarily targets system-architecture testing processes. Fujitsu offers INTARFRM for design and development processes, and can tie these together with automatically-generated test documentation based on modernization techniques.

Pricing and Availability

Pricing and Availability
Name Pricing (excluding tax) Availability
Fujet JPY 1 million and up October 1, 2011

Sales Targets

JPY 2 billion in revenues by end of FY 2013 (company's fiscal year ends March 31, 2014).

About Fujitsu

Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Over 170,000 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 4.5 trillion yen (US$55 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2011. For more information, please see

About Fujitsu Mission Critical Systems

Fujitsu Mission Critical Systems (FMCS) was founded in 2007 as a subsidiary of the Fujitsu Group charged with building and operating mission-critical systems for the finance, government, and telecommunications sectors, which need to run 24x7 without interruption. FMCS designs and conducts comprehensive, rational testing, building on its experience in diverse mission-critical system architectures to provide services benefitting customers with rich quality-management processes and quality-management expertise. For more information, please see: (Japanese only).

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This press release has been revised as of December 17, 2018.

Date: 15 September, 2011
City: Tokyo
Company: Fujitsu Limited, Fujitsu Mission Critical Systems Ltd., , , , , , , , ,