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shaping tomorrow with you is our brand promise. It encapsulates who we are, what we stand for and how we are working alongside you to shape a better tomorrow. Let us share the stories showing how we are living the brand.

Fujitsu has been building on skills and innovating new technology to help make the world a better place.
Working together with our customers has always been in our DNA.
We strive for a better tomorrow.

FUJITSU Corporate Profile is to tell who we are and what we stand for.



  • customers
  • society
  • technology
  • thinkers
  • partners
  • our people

Metso is shaping end user solutions with Fujitsu

Metso is a global engineering and technology corporation with 30,000 employees in more than 50 countries.
Over the years, Metso has developed an increasingly complex IT infrastructure. In this video, discover how Fujitsu's Mika Kainulainen supports Esa Taivassalo of Metso IT in managing this complexity by delivering a complete suite of end user services.
This allows Metso to focus on serving its diverse customer base. As Esa explains, Fujitsu's approach to business echoes the secret of Metso's success: keeping things simple for customers.
Fujitsu has a wide portfolio of end user services designed to drive down end user management costs across your business and provide the flexibility you need to meet changing business demands. Our portfolio is based on modules from End User Device Services to Service Desks available on demand as your business needs change.

Global Credentials

HPC Wales: Jo Preece, James Osborne
IPF: Andrew Herd
Legrand: Philippe Mezan

Carsten Meyer-Ruhen CTO, PwC Germany

For PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Germany, knowledge is their most valuable asset. PwC Germany turned to us to help them handle this massive amount of sensitive information by growing their IT capacity and enhancing efficiency.
See how Fujitsu helped them launch an Eternus Enterprise Big Data Solution with VTL backup to achieve this. We not only helped launch it on time and on budget, Fujitsu helped PwC Germany increase storage by over 40%, while using 45% less electricity, which will save the company 500,000€ over the next 5 years.

Rebecca Brockett  CIO, Grocon Group

Fujitsu is a leading IaaS provider. We helped Grocon, one of Australia's largest construction and development companies, successfully implement a vision for the future. Fujitsu's cloud solutions and our hands-on approach took Grocon to the next level by helping them build a flexible, scalable infrastructure. The video shows you how Fujitsu Cloud helped Grocon reduce IT costs and increase innovation. Our people provide a personal touch, with an ear for client needs and an eye for detail.

Douglas Francisco  CTO, Banco Bradesco S.A.

Bradesco, one of the largest banks in Brazil, partnered with Fujitsu to develop South America's first biometric ATM security solution. See how our pioneering palm-vein scanner technology and dedicated onsite support helped implement the solution in over 35,000 ATMs across the country. As a result, Bradesco was able to successfully provide over 70 million customers instant and secure access to their accounts, while reducing fraud related costs to almost zero.

  • IPF (International Personal Finance)  Jaz Singh, IT Project Manager
  • IPF (International Personal Finance)  Andrew Herd, Head of IT, Commercial and Service

Fujita who is a System Engineer at Fujitsu is striving to shape the learning journey of future generations with champions of education.
(This was implemented as one of "Future School Promotion Project” , Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) and "Learning Innovation Project", Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT).)
Based on the discipline of the school and face-to-face communication, teachers at Fujinoki Elementary school in Hiroshima and Fujita are trying together to keep children’s interest and to make children have new skills such as collaboration skill and problem-solving skill through ICT.

Shinsuke Muto, MD, CPA, MBA and PhD,
President, You Home Clinic, Tetsuyu Institute Medical Corporation

Background of the story

As the number of people aged 65 and over now comprises about 24% of its total population, Japan is facing numerous challenges of aging society. Dr Muto was moved by the elderly people in one of the earthquake disaster areas, Ishinomaki where those challenges quickly surfaced. It is the story of a doctor who is trying to build a community platform with private companies, NPOs and home clinics.


Tatiana Tatarinova, Head of Computational Biology at the University of Glamorgan

PM2.5 is particulate matter less than 2.5 microns in diameter (smaller than hair in diameter). This could damage our lungs and respiratory system and it rapidly increases in Japan. Fujitsu group gives services from collecting samples to consulting what should be done for cleaner tomorrow together with various organizations. Abe at Fujitsu Quality Laboratory Environment Center Ltd. who is the leader of analyzing team, tries to find solutions with this air pollution by analyzing and simulating data. It makes possible see how PM2.5 floats around sample areas. This is one of Fujitsu Group's ambitious stories to contribute to cleaner society.

Heart disease is one of major fatal diseases in Japan and even in the world.
Using heart simulation technology in hospitals and clinics would be possible if we use supercomputers' massive calculation power.
Dr. Kadooka at Fujitsu met Prof. Toshiaki Hisada in Graduate School of Frontier Sciences at The University of Tokyo, who had already started his heart simulation researches. They headed off together for clinical usage in the new area.
This is one of Fujitsu's ambitious stories with Prof. Toshiaki Hisada to contribute to a better medical treatment.

Masami Yamamoto, President, Fujitsu Ltd.

K computer was ranked No.1 among the World's TOP500 Supercomputers in June and November 2011.
The K computer, jointly developed by RIKEN and Fujitsu, is part of the High-Performance Computing Infrastructure (HPCI) initiative led by Japan's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). "K" comes from the Japanese Kanji letter "Kei" which means ten peta or 10 to the 16th power. The logo for the K computer based on the Japanese character for Kei, which expresses a large gateway, and it is hoped that the system will be a new gateway to computational science.

Hideyuki Saso, Corporate Senior Executive Vice President, Fujitsu Ltd.
Present Position: President and Representative Director, Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.

Masahiko Yamada, the head of Technical Computing Solutions Unit, Fujitsu Ltd.

Yuji Oinaga, the head of Next Generation Technical Computing Unit, Fujitsu Ltd.
Present Position: the technical supervisor of Next Generation Technical Computing Unit, Fujitsu Ltd.

Masahiro Koezuka, Corporate Executive Vice President, Fujitsu Ltd.
Present Position: Vice Chairman, Corporate Vice President, Fujitsu Ltd.

Kenji Ikegai, Corporate Senior Executive Vice President, Fujitsu Ltd.
Present Position: Director, Fujitsu Ltd.
President, Fujitsu Marketing Ltd.



We take down-to-earth approach to everything we do. Explore what industry experts, analysts, scholars and opinion leaders are saying about Fujitsu.

The Thinkers50 is the definitive ranking of the most influential management thinkers in the world. It was launched in 2001 and has been published every two years since.

Fujitsu has been sponsoring the Innovation Award since 2011 when RIKEN and Fujitsu received the top-ranking in all four benchmarks for the performance results of the "K computer" at the 2011 HPC Challenge Awards.

Navi Rajou

2013 Thinkers50 Innovation Award Winner

Fujitsu sponsors the Thinkers50 Innovation Award for management thinkers who are re-shaping the way we think about and practice innovation.

A fellow of the Cambridge Judge Business School, where he is the former director of the Centre for India & Global Business, Radjou is co-author (with Jaideep Prabhu and Simone Ahuja) of Jugaad Innovation: Think Frugal, Be Flexible, Generate Breakthrough Growth (Jossey Bass, 2012); and (with Prasad Kaipa) From Smart to Wise (Jossey Bass, 2013).

The art of Fujitsu management

Times like these require change, even from industry leaders. Through a series of interviews with Fujitsu's executive leaders in Japan, London Business School's "Business Strategy Review" took a close look inside Fujitsu, exploring its way of leading change and the art of Fujitsu management. The result is an interesting depiction of the process through which Fujitsu is continually changing itself for the future and striving for global growth by building on its Japanese heritage.

Business Strategy Review

Business Strategy Review (BSR) is a quarterly magazine published with the London Business School. BSR provides thought leadership and global business insights from top faculty and executives.

You can read an extract of the article entitled "The art of Fujitsu management Open a new window" on the London Business School website, or download a PDF with the full article below to find out more about how Fujitsu is preparing to meet the challenges of the future.


Commitment to a common cause strengthens the bond between people. Discover how we are working with our partners to shape a better tomorrow.

Working with world class partners

In addition to the key global partners shown here, we have a wide array of alliances and collaborative relationships with leading software and hardware vendors. To ensure we can bring the best end-to-end solutions to our customers, we partner with these leading providers, globally and locally, to deliver integrated solutions, seamless support and outstanding value.

Fujitsu Kids Event 2014

We have been continuing to foster children's curiosity toward science and technology in a fun way by holding 'Fujitsu Kids Event' annually since 2007.
After learning the basics of computers through games and watching technology demonstrations, the children draw how to make the world better, based on who they want to make happy and how.

Vertical Rush 2014(Fujitsu UK&I)

300 Fujitsu employees take on 942 steps at Tower 42 in London, the UK, in aid of Shelter, the NPO in the UK which provides homes for people in need.

It is a collaborative event for two consecutive years with Shelter, a NPO in the UK and it shows our long term relationship with them. Go! Fujitsu!

Patients go to various medical institutions such as medical clinics, hospitals and rehabilitation centers. Thus, patients' medical information is stored separately.

In Japan, especially in regional areas, there is a challenge to connect medical information and make medical treatment available at all institutions for consistent treatment and support across the region.

Fujitsu has been collaborating with Dr. Kenichi Makino, the Head of Japanese Red Cross Asahikawa Hospital, and supports safer regional medical care.

We have been continuing to foster children's curiosity toward science and technology in a fun way by holding 'Fujitsu Kids Event' annually since 2007.
After learning the basics of computers through games and watching technology demonstrations, the children draw how to make the world better, based on who they want to make happy and how.

*We have an agreement of filming and taking pictures from attendees when they apply for this event.

Sofia Barbosa, Service Delivery Manager, Global Delivery Center, Portugal

Fujitsu's Global Delivery Centers are strategically placed to follow the sun. One of these Global Delivery Centers is located in Lisbon, traditionally a center of diversity and gateway to the world. From here our Service Desk teams support customers around the world, keeping their businesses running, 24/7. In this video, Sofia Barbosa, Service Delivery Manager, and Neeki Tamang, Team Manager, explain how lean processes, global service standards and our customer-centric approach are not just solving problems, but preventing them from happening in the first place.

5th March 2013, over 300 volunteers from Fujitsu UK & Ireland climbed the 920 steps to the top of Tower 42 in London - all to raise money for Shelter.
Fujitsu people are proud to work together with Shelter. The team makes a real difference supporting people struggling to find safe and sustainable housing in the UK.

Since 2002, Fujitsu employees have been planting trees with SAFODA (Sabah Forestry Development Authority), Malaysia. In the last ten years, we have planted 37,500 trees and continuously maintaining them. We believe that this project will lead to shaping a greener tomorrow.

David Ibbotson, Cloud Solutions, FUJITSU UK

Today he's a Global Delivery Executive at Fujitsu, based in the UK, but as a teenager David Ibbotson played cricket at the world-famous Oval stadium. Take a look at this video to see how this taught him the value of teamwork, the need to focus and keep evolving his approach. David explains how Canon Europe chose Fujitsu to help them reduce costs and improve flexibility by moving to a cloud-based model. David believes it's people who make the difference at Fujitsu.

Masahiko Yamada has been selected as one of "HPCwire People to Watch for 2012"

Masahiko Yamada, President of Technical Computing Solutions Unit, Fujitsu, has been selected as one of "HPCwire People to Watch for 2012".

The annual list is comprised of an elite group of community leaders selected from academia, government, business, and industry who's work it is believed will have impact and influence on the future of High Performance Computing in 2012 and beyond.

shaping tomorrow with you

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