After 40 years in PH, Fujitsu poised to leave legacy in digital landscape

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Fujitsu PH country head Raul ?Cricket? Santiago III Fujitsu PH country head Raul ?Cricket? Santiago III [/caption] Now, FPI is counting on the decades of helping organizations utilize its solution and technologies to help them stay abreast of the evolving digital landscape. Moving forward, Raul ?Cricket? Santiago III ? president of Fujitsu Philippines ? said that FPI will do no less than ?help improve people?s lives by giving a better understanding of the Human Centric Innovation.? ?The roadmap to the future starts in empowering people through end-to-end digital information and physical infrastructure,? Santiago said. ?This is the Human Centric Innovation, the new approach to realizing business and social value through solutions that bring together people, information and technology.? Through years of research and innovation, Fujitsu saw how connections were formed between people, businesses, information and processes regardless of where they are coming from. Now, through a better understanding of the hyper connected world, ?it will be easier to connect solutions that are vital in realizing businesses and lifestyles for tomorrow,? Santiago said. When the Philippines was starting to gain ground in the Asian economic standing, there was a need to re-think the way businesses are being ran. This is why Michio Naruto, the then managing director of Fujitsu?s international operations, helped bring the operations of Fujitsu Limited of Japan to the country to provide an optimum support service on April 23, 1975. Since computers play important roles in the country?s expanding economy, many companies tapped the potential of Fujitsu in helping them run their business. This included the National Computer Center, a government arm created in 1971 to harness computer resources in the public sector and improve management and control through maximum application of information technology. In totality, the clients Fujitsu worked with during this time were able to integrate an end-to-end solution that leveraged their company?s growth. ?After 40 years, we are proud to introduce more innovations, changing not only the way computers work but how it can be integrated into our daily lives. In the hyper connected world, we have the opportunity to combine the benefits of craftsmanship and industrialization in ways that deliver value,? Santiago said. He added, ?The hyper connected generation will change the way businesses are created. Excitingly, this will bring positive impact to the lives of people and transform their business.? Fujitsu has organized a global communications platform for all its 160,000 employees in 2012 to realize real-time communications and knowledge-sharing, use of integrated voice, e-mail, Web and video meetings, and social networking. Tracing from its rich heritage, Santiago noted that the company offers nothing but ?a journey where Fujitsu and our customers can arrive at a common goal ? to transform the business while transforming lives.? He concluded, ?When it comes to innovating people?s lives, we will count the decades, not the years. We will help you further your business in preparation for a safer, more prosperous and sustainable world?for us, that?s the Human Centric Intelligent Society.? ]]>

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