Fujitsu Philippines continues to provide workplace management solutions amid the global pandemic as part of its Work Life Shift project. The project or portfolio aims to help organizations transform their workplace and ensure success even amid uncertain times.
Fujitsu’s Work Life Shift portfolio includes building so-called adaptive enterprises that enable organizations to pivot from risk, continuously add value, deliver new customer experiences, and improve operational effectiveness, particularly amid uncertain times. These solutions help accelerate cost restructuring initiatives, allowing businesses to emerge in a more agile, resilient form.
Fujitsu Philippines President and CEO Raul “Cricket” Santiago said organizations across various industries have seen the need to change the way they do businesses in just a few months to ensure that they continue their operations, survive, and even thrive under extreme circumstances.
“The pandemic has accelerated the digital transformation initiatives of most businesses. They needed to make decisions at pace, test and learn to adapt quickly, and find new ways of doing business centered on digital business models,” added Santiago.
Fujitsu Work Life Shift is structured around three pillars. First is ‘Smart Working,’ which embraces technologies like AI and intelligent automation to drive greater workplace productivity by working smarter, not harder.
Second is ‘Borderless Office,’ which encourages greater collaboration and creativity by enabling employees to work anywhere as effectively as they would in an office or other on-site location.
And third, the ‘Culture Change,’ which makes sure employees can work to the best of their abilities by ensuring their well-being and safety.
These solutions also put emphasis on great employee experience. Fujitsu has always seen this mindset as a path that drives sustainable productivity and an adaptive culture as part of successful workplace transformation, making Fujitsu a global leader in Gartner’s 2021 Magic Quadrant for Managed Workplace Services in Europe.
In its report, Gartner recognized Fujitsu as one of the “Leaders that deliver service solutions skillfully, have a clear vision of the service market’s direction, and are actively building and improving competencies to sustain their leadership position.”
In its latest Magic Quadrant for Managed Workplace Services, Europe, Gartner evaluated 17 Managed Workplace Services providers, offering traditional outsourcing and new digital workplace services to provide cloud-first, automated, and integrated end-user support.
It is also the fifth consecutive year that Gartner has named Fujitsu as a Leader. This time, the company is again positioned the highest among all vendors for ‘Ability To Execute.’