Fujitsu operates globally with a unified direction.
Fujitsu is a leading Japanese information and communication technology company and offers a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Approximately 162,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries. The company uses its experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with its customers. Fujitsu Limited reported consolidated revenues of 4.8 trillion yen (US$46 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2014.
Fujitsu does business throughout the world, backed by a global network of research and development, manufacturing, data center, system integration, consulting, sales and support operations. It draws upon collective expertise and resources to provide world-class technology and platform products, while also taking advantage of a strong multinational presence to deliver locally optimized services and solutions.
Its Caribbean and Central American footprint includes operations in Trinidad and Tobago, alongside a presence in Anguilla, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Cayman Islands, Dominica, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Jamaica, Martinique, Mexico, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, Saint Vincent and Grenadines and both the British and U.S. Virgin Islands.
On April 1, 2008, Fujitsu announced a fully revised Fujitsu Way. The Fujitsu Way facilitates management innovation and promotes a unified direction for the Fujitsu Group as it expand global business activities, bringing innovative technology and solutions to every corner of the globe. The Fujitsu Way provides a common direction for all employees of the Fujitsu Group. By adhering to its principles and values, employees enhance corporate value and their contributions to global and local societies.
The elements of the Fujitsu Way include a corporate vision that reads, “Through our constant pursuit of innovation, the Fujitsu Group aims to contribute to the creation of a networked society that is rewarding and secure, bringing about a prosperous future that fulfills the dreams of people throughout the world.”
Its accompanying corporate values illustrate an overall corporate strive for protection of the environment and contribution to society, meeting the expectations of customers, employees and shareholders, a continuous increase in corporate value and thoughts and actions from a global perspective. Corporate values include respect for diversity and support for individual growth in employees, a quest to be valued and trusted partners to customers, building mutually beneficial relationships with business partners, creation of new value through technology and the use of quality to enhance the reputation of customers and the reliability of social infrastructure.
Guiding Fujitsu principles include references to global citizenship, a customer-centric perspective, speed and agility and teamwork, and are underpinned by a code of company conduct that declares respect for human rights, compliance with all laws and regulations, and protection and respect for intellectual property. Further, its business policy promises the use of “field Innovation to find new approaches and the inspiration to improve ourselves, while delivering added value to our customers,” provision of global environmental solutions in all business areas and a promise for all Fujitsu companies to work together to accelerate the overall entity’s global business expansion.
Though it’s been around for the better part of 100 years, the most recent phase of Fujitsu’s development has included a dedicated shift toward solutions and services, in which the company has gone beyond its hardware products sales to use technology to solve customers’ problems and help them achieve their business objectives. This has always been a philosophy since the company’s earliest days, but by placing an emphasis on services, Fujitsu continues to find new ways to deliver.
AT A GLANCE
WHO: Fujitsu Caribbean
WHAT: Information and communication technology company, with a range of products, solutions and services
WHERE: Global headquarters in Tokyo, Japan; individual operations in Trinidad and through Caribbean and Latin America