IT Services and Solutions for Energy and Utilities - Digitalisation within energy and utilities
For energy and utilities providers, digital transformation offers new ways to connect customers, assets, employees and derive actionable intelligence from IT. It provides a means to keep pace with the commercial, regulatory and technology changes affecting the industry, and enables better interaction with customers living in a connected world.
Fujitsu is working with customers to protect their digital assets, by securing the posture of their OT assets at the edge, providing the basis upon which Data Driven Strategies can be embraced. How can you improve your insight and decision making capabilities?Watch the video
Why is resilience important? What do you see as the likely critical changes to manufacturing and utilities over the next 10 years? Does DX make manufactures more sustainable?Dive into this 5 episode podcast to hear Fujitsu and Industry thoughts on the above and more!Listen to the Podcast
A proactive system that detects and provides alerts on network behaviour changes before an attack occurs? We need to reimagine the way we protect the network! See the story of how Fujitsu and Radiflow can reduce risk on your OT Network.Watch the video
Fujitsu digital IT solutions – transform with confidence
Fujitsu is one of the top 5 digital IT service and solutions providers in the world. We develop and deliver innovative energy and utilities solutions that create new opportunities for our customers. We work with energy and utilities providers from around the globe. We invest £1.5bn in research and development each year to create innovative world-leading digital technology, services and end-to-end solutions that can enable you to digitalise with confidence. Through our connected infrastructure, workforce and supply chain management offerings we can help you to; drive operational excellence, leverage assets, unlock complexity, and create new business opportunities. We have the proven experience and expertise you need to:
- develop intelligent assets
- build a smart workforce
- maintain the security and safety of both your data and people
- unlock innovation
- grow revenue
- address the energy trilemma of ‘affordability’, ‘sustainability’ and ‘security’
Skills in the workplace
Within the UK, the energy and utilities sector supports tens of thousands of jobs. However, with an ageing workforce and the inevitable retirement of skilled technical workers, a skills gap crisis is set to emerge that will become one of the most significant challenges energy and utilities service providers will face.
To enable organisations to plan for this crisis, Fujitsu commissioned research to identify the issues and understand the action required to maintain a skilled workforce. Over the course of our research, we interviewed 250 directors, senior managers, and business owners from the energy, utilities and built environment sectors, along with 1,004 young students, to compare the perceptions of employers with those of the next generation of workers. Find out more by reading our detailed research reports.
Playback our Workplace 2025 webinar
Workplace 2025 – Utilities: The Essential Guide to Building a Future-Proof Workplace. Is your business ready for how the world of work will dramatically change over the next decade? Listen to experts from Fujitsu and industry analyst group CXP discuss tackling the shifting sands of the future workplace in Utilities.Playback this event
Drive operational excellence through a connected workforce
Discover how Fujitsu can help you unlock the reality of an always connected workforce. Where your infrastructure is connected, your assets are intelligent and information is available to employees anywhere, anytime.
See how our customers solve their challenges
Scottish Water, UK
For Scottish Water, we implemented Cyber Threat Intelligence and Managed Security Services to enhance the organisation’s defences. Intelligence-driven security analytics are now used to rapidly detect and prevent crypto-malware, and disinfect contaminated devices.
- For Gascade, we managed the separation of the business-critical SAP from their parent organisation and moved them into a three-tiered Application Support Model alongside ongoing consulting for HANA adoption.
- For Melbourne Water, we replaced legacy asset management system with our IBM Maximo Asset Management System to support 600 users and enable the accurate tracking of inventory, jobs and assets.
- For Metawater, we implemented our Cloud Service K5 platform to enable information-based collaboration with other industries. Metawater can now quickly respond to changing water and sewerage utilities’ needs, and rapidly recover in the event of a system failure or disaster.
An ‘Always Connected’ approach to business
In asset-intensive industry sectors, the promise of connectivity should be difficult to ignore.This Whitepaper addresses the needs and opportunities for the energy and utilities sector.Download our Always connected White Paper.
Digital Inside Out: Transforming Utilities
This report lays out our insights on how utilities can leverage the digital opportunity across three dimensions-connecting assets,intelligence and the workforce.
How Wearable tech can make your business a better place to work.
Around 274.6 million wearable electronic devices were sold worldwide in 2016. With so much wearable tech being bought it's unsurprising we're seeing it pop up in the workplace. But wearables should be more than just an addition to the office.
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Meet our Energy and Utilities experts
CTO - Manufacturing, Utilities & Services, Fujitsu UK
Managing Consultant - Utilities, Fujitsu UK