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Fujitsu Limited, an information and communication technology (ICT) company, provides technology products, solutions, and services worldwide. The company operates in three segments: Technology Solutions, Ubiquitous Solutions, and Device Solutions. The Technology Solutions segment offers system integration services, including system construction and business applications; consulting services; front-end technologies comprising ATMs, point-of-sale systems, etc.; and outsourcing services, including datacenters, ICT and application operation/management, SaaS, business process outsourcing, etc. This segment also provides network services, such as business networks and Internet/mobile content distribution; system support services, including maintenance and surveillance services for information systems and networks; and security solutions that include information systems and networks installation. In addition, it offers system products, such as servers, storage systems, and operating system and middleware software; and network products comprising network management and optical transmission systems, and mobile phone base stations. The Ubiquitous Solutions segment provides personal computers and mobile phones; and mobilewear products, including car audio and navigation systems, mobile communication equipment, and automotive electronics. The Device Solutions segment offers LSI devices; and electronic components, such as semiconductor packages, batteries, optical transceiver modules, and printed circuit boards, as well as structural components consisting of relays, connectors, etc. The company also provides SAP solutions, cloud solutions, and big data solutions. It serves the automotive, financial, manufacturing, retail, telecommunication, life science, healthcare, RFID and sensor, smart mobility, technical computing, and smart grid sectors. The company has a strategic alliance with Lenovo Group Limited. Fujitsu Limited was founded in 1923 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

156,515 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/27/16
Founded in 1923

fujitsu ltd (6702) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Corporate Executive Officer, Member...
Total Annual Compensation: ¥106.0M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
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Fujitsu Provides Ultimate Business Computing Flexibility with Three New 2 in 1 Tablets

Fujitsu launched three 2 in 1 tablets for business users. The new Fujitsu Tablet LIFEBOOK® P727, the first 360-degree foldable 2 in 1 device, delivers a new degree of flexibility in mobile business. It solves the tablet or PC dilemma by combining the best of both worlds and creating a seamless 'anytime, anywhere' user experience across all areas of digital working. The LIFEBOOK P727 is a lightweight, slimline, 12.5-inch screen size 2 in 1 device. It converts instantly from a clamshell notebook into a powerful tablet when the keyboard is not needed, putting an end to the debate over whether to carry a traditional notebook, a tablet, or both, while traveling. The LIFEBOOK P727 can be used in four different working modes – classic clamshell, desktop, tablet and tent, giving users the freedom of choice based on individual preference – and supports multiple forms of input, including touchscreen, digitizer pen and keyboard. The 360-degree hinge means the keyboard can be folded over so it disappears entirely, folding flush behind the screen. Optional 4G/LTE connectivity and up to 10 hours of battery life make the LIFEBOOK P727 a truly mobile, work-anywhere device. Fujitsu is also introducing the FUJITSU Tablet LIFEBOOK T937, the latest in the long line of Fujitsu convertible tablets, where the screen can rotate 360 degrees from a central pivot point. Weighing only 1.3kg, its thin and flexible design allows users to switch from 13.3-inch Ultrabook to tablet mode, enabling dynamic work styles both in the office and on the move. The T937 features a bridge battery that allows users to swap out the main battery without having to power down first. A third new model, the new 13.3-inch STYLISTIC Q737 tablet is the next generation of the popular Fujitsu STYLISTIC® Q Series 2 in 1 devices, a powerful tablet PC with a detachable keyboard docking station. Combining a full-productivity notebook with the convenience of a tablet, the STYLISTIC Q737 provides new levels of performance and functionality, making it perfect for vertical industries. The LIFEBOOK P727 and the STYLISTIC Q737 will be available to order in North America from February 2017 and the LIFEBOOK T937 from March 2017. Pricing varies according to model, configuration and country.

Fujitsu Unveils its First Public Demonstration of Fujitsu Digital Workforce at Booth #3905 At the National Retail Federation's Big Show in New York City

Fujitsu unveiled its first public demonstration of Fujitsu Digital Workforce, a cloud-based platform that automates repetitive, low-value tasks in order to free up staff to engage in more complex and higher priority assignments and projects. Fujitsu Digital Workforce offers organizations a number of benefits, including improved speed and consistency of tasks that are prone to human error, significant cost benefits to employee workhours being used more productively, and easy implementation without the need to extensively retool existing IT infrastructure. The demonstration can be seen firsthand at booth #3905 at the National Retail Federation's (NRF) Big Show in New York City at the Jacob K. Javits Center from January 15-17. The Fujitsu Digital Workforce platform, purpose-built and comprising three services, streamlines common productivity bottlenecks that occur across a number of industries: Workers as a Service: Organizations assign digital workers to automate back-office processes. The service can be scaled to match the expected demands of the automated workload. Workforce as a Service: Cloud-based and instantly responsive to changes in demand, this service auto-scales to increase workers, accommodating increased demand over time or activity spikes and troughs as needed. Work as a Service: A true utility solution, with the Digital Workforce managing workload on a per-transaction commercial model, allowing users to link the service cost directly to the output delivered. Currently, a Digital Workforce trial is underway for a Fujitsu client in the retail industry, while digital workers have been deployed internally at Fujitsu where they are performing real-world tasks for clients across a number of verticals. Key metrics from Phase I of the internal deployment, which automated 10% of all alerts, include: 196% return on investment (ROI) with a projected net benefit of more than USD 3.3 million over four years; five times better transaction times when compared to a human worker performing the same activity in high-volume situations; 60% improved effectiveness during low-volume activity such as during off hours; 10% increased capacity of current staff to focus on high-value activity; 90,000 monitoring alerts processed per month, reducing the workload of Level 1 support staff, who are tasked with testing for false-positives, by 48% as well as higher-cost engineering support teams that are incorrectly passed those false-positives. Subsequent phases will increase automation with higher returns expected. Fujitsu Digital Workforce is expected to be available in fiscal 2017 in North America. Pricing varies according to model, configuration and country.

Fujitsu Launches Next-generation In-Store Analytics Technology at National Retail Federation

Fujitsu released an updated version of its in-store analytics technology - Retail Engagement Analytics (REA). REA 2.0 creates a digital ecosystem that enables brick-and-mortar retailers to capture, monitor and analyze real-time customer behavior and gain deep, actionable insights about maximizing sales conversion rates. REA 2.0, alongside the full lineup of Fujitsu retail solutions, will be showcased at the National Retail Federation's Big Show in New York City's Jacob K. Javits Center from January 15, 2017- January 17, 2017. The Fujitsu REA 2.0 Solution builds on the solid foundation of capabilities offered in the solution's initial release, but advances retailers' ability to make smart, fact-based decisions in real-time through the following new features: Real-time Monitoring: Offers retailers the ability to make immediate decisions to improve the shopping experience in real-time. For example, managers can quickly add staff to areas with high traffic or restock merchandise accordingly. Video Analytics: Delivers deeper insights into customer behavior. Queue Management: Monitors queue length and wait times to provide superior customer experience. Store Comparison: Compares store performance and A/B tests of new merchandising and store layout concepts. Alerting and Task Assignment: Improved alerting and staff task management capability allows retailers to turn insights into actions. Streamlined Infrastructure: Infrastructure advances enable retailers to collect, analyze and visualize a variety of data sources in real-time, at scale. As a cloud-based solution that collects data in real-time by utilizing Fujitsu-patented Flow Discovery Technology as well as RFID and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, REA 2.0 allows brick-and-mortar retailers to dive into the age of digital transformation, driving actions necessary to optimize everything from staff allocation and store layout to product placement and check-out queues. Types of shopper behavior collected include the number of visits per period, zonal volume of visitors, traffic flow through the store, number of repeat visitors, dwell time and sales department conversions that can be tracked, visualized, monitored and actioned. By leveraging expanded information sources, including camera feeds, point-of-sale (POS) and enterprise systems and external data (e.g. local weather), retailers can enhance shopping experiences to achieve meaningful business outcomes in-store and across the retail enterprise with fact-based trend data to anticipate operational needs more effectively. The FUJITSU Retail Engagement Analytics 2.0 solution will be available from first quarter of 2017 with rollout starting in North America.

 

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