Fujitsu delivered a solution that provides minimal disruption, optimal availability and maximum user productivity. Its professional approach has ensured this project delivered its outcomes, even in the face of challenging deadlines.

Rachel Brooks, Information Risk & Data Governance Manager CITB
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Construction Industry Training Board

Transforming content management with Microsoft


CITB was established in 1964 to build and encourage a safe, professional and fully qualified workforce. Further training centres were subsequently opened in Glasgow, Birmingham and London. The support and funding CITB provides helps companies to improve skills, increase their competitiveness and respond to challenges such as the low carbon agenda.


CITB’s outdated content management platform was costly, inefficient and reaching end of life. CITB sought to replace it with a more flexible and better organised, cloud-based environment that would enable mobile working and encourage collaboration. Related Scanning and API services also needed replacing, as they too had become costly to support


Working as CITB’s strategic partner, Fujitsu configured its strategic platform in Office 365 and SharePoint, before migrating 4TB of data. Fujitsu also delivered replacement cloud services for both the scanning solution (CSPro) and legacy API replacement using Azure. This enables 1,000 office and mobile colleagues to access digital services.


  • Flexible working for employees improves efficiency and reduces costs
  • Utilises multi-factor authentication to provide extra peace of mind
  • Easier collaboration and intuitive design increases knowledge sharing and productivity
  • Azure scalability allows APIs to dynamically “flex” to seasonal demand
  • Scanning automated metadata capture enables comprehensive classification

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