A combination of Japanese and European influences gives us a different perspective to our competitors – one that’s based on long-term partnerships and a pragmatic view of the benefits technology can offer.
This straightforward no-nonsense approach has had a real impact on the IT services market where we continue to win very high profile contracts.
Fujitsu Services is now a major IT services supplier to the Irish Government and a player of growing significance in the private sector and have increasingly demonstrated their ability to deliver large scale IT projects.
Our winning habit means that business is growing at well above the market rate.
Fujitsu Services is a company that’s really going places.
Fujitsu Services is one of the leading IT services companies in Europe, Middle East and Africa, with an annual turnover of €3.33 billion employs 18,000 people and operates in over 20 countries.
It designs, builds and operates IT systems and services for customers in the financial services, telecom, retail, utilities and government markets.
Its core strength is the delivery of IT infrastructure management and outsourcing across desktop, networking and data centre environments, together with a full range of related services, from technical consulting through integration and deployment, application management, procurement and call centre operations.
Headquartered in London, Fujitsu Services is the European-centred IT services arm of the Fujitsu Group. The Fujitsu Group is a US$43.2 billion (€32.5 billion) leader in the provision of IT systems and services for the global marketplace.
Fujitsu Services is a great place to work
Fujitsu Services recently had a lot to celebrate at the UK HR Excellence Awards 2007
; Fujitsu Services not only won the “Most effective use of internal communications”
category for work on the Reputation Programme, but also secured the “Overall HR excellence award”.
Claire O’Malley HR Director for Ireland comments: “We are extremely pleased to have won this prestigious award in recognition of both the difference the Reputation Programme has made to the continuing success of the company, and of all the hard work and effort everyone involved in design and delivery of the programme itself.”
Commenting on Fujitsu's entry the judges said “Fujitsu was an excellent piece of work. Classy in concept and delivery with some clear and tangible benefits realised. It is a piece of work in which any employer would be proud, given its originality, effect and outcome.”