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Fujitsu Cebit 2013 press conference

Fujitsu Cebit 2013 press conference



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  • Over the last years, weset the base for our vision of a human centric ICT.With our theme Reshaping ICT over the past 2 years, we adjusted IT to the actual needs of Business.Reshaping IT means concentrating on improving business processes,enabling compliance, reducing complexity and cost, enabling agility and flexibility on the business model delivers already huge value to our customers.And all this in even veryvolatile environment. Fujitsu reshapes IT into a breathing environments and thus in various IT delivery models: maintaining IT in the company, out-task or outsource part of IT or buildthe dynamic infrastructurefor future need of the business – all of this is based on high innovationTechnology and Services by Fujitsu.Today, with our Theme of Reshaping Business, we see ICT as an opportunity for business growth. ICT can even bein the driver seat to enable business growth and new business opportunity. By offering a holistic set of products, services and solutions, Fujitsu is able to support and equip customers to achieve their business goals. We know many of these companies driving their business performance and success with social networks, gaming, sharing and selling via the web. We want to go one step further! With the human centric ICT and the intelligent sociaty. Bringing our innovation in technology and services together, mainly the “internet of things”, “big data”, “cloud” and “any device”, enables our customer to unleash their full potential.Focusing even more on end-to-end solutions our vision becomes reality. But let me give you some proof points of our path…
  • Achieving our vision sets priorities to our strategic directions. In fact we have defined 4 strategic priorities:Customer GrowthGeographic expansionPortfolio alignment and developmentOperational ExcellenceI would like to give you a short overview what we mean:….….….….With that said, I would like to hand over to my friend and our CTO Josef Reger and he will share some highlight and news at CeBit with usThank you!
  • Include Poland as Partner Country / Fujitsu is technology Partner This slide serve to introduce messages around our global expansion / global operations:We have global presence (+70 country operations) and a strong, integrated global delivery network to serve our clientsOur network has been expanding over the past years…..>80 datacenters ensure seamless services delivery around the globenew GDC locations …. and will continue to develop to ensure optimum support for global IT projectsWe support 29 languages: Arabic, Bahasa, Cantonese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Mandarin, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Tagalog, Thai, Turkish and WelshOur underlying aim as we expand globally is to deliver to a consistent level of quality / standard for all customers and to provide them with the benefits of economies of scaleWe look to assure consistent global service perfomance for global clients – and service performance of a global standard for our local clients We look to share all of our local expertise and assets – and enhance them – through collaborative global knowledge and delivery networksWe generate enduring intellectual property for shared use (capability/knowledge)  and derive real and lasting benefits from best practice and standardized offerings and delivery processes across regions

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  • March 4, 2013 – 15:00: CeBIT, HanoverFujitsu Press Conference 0 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Marcel Schneider,Senior Vice President, Cluster Central Europe 1 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Fujitsu and CeBIT theme: Shareconomy ▐ Fujitsu vision of Human Centric Intelligent Society goes one step further ▐ Harmonizing the physical world and the digital world ▐ Shareconomy reshapes the use of ICT and puts the user in focus 2 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • From vision to reality Reshaping ICT Reshaping Business Human-centric ICT Services Solutions and Cloud Building on a strong infrastructure base Yesterday Today Tomorrow 3 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Yesterday – Reshaping ICTAnswering 2012 technology trends – ICT meets business needs ▐ Building on a strong infrastructure base ▐ Consumerization drives workplace innovation ▐ Already meeting tomorrow’s energy consumption requirements today ▐ Simplifying the cloud journey 4 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Today – Reshaping BusinessICT creates new business potential ▐ Leveraging industry-specific know-how ▐ Placing a greater emphasis on meeting customer needs via more industry-specific ICT solutions ▐ Focus on delivering value-added services and solutions for verticals 5 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Tomorrow – Human-Centric ICTShareconomy reshapes the use of ICT and puts the user in focus ▐ Driving value from Big Data ▐ Transportation: Area information service SPATIOWL ▐ Sharing knowledge ▐ Agricultural knowledge management system ▐ Consolidating multiple know-how ▐ Predict diabetic candidacy from multiple health records 6 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Transportation 7 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • AgricultureScreen displays indicate alert pictures and comments in the field. List of Search Alerts Field Status of ‘night- watch’ 8 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • HealthcareVariety of health related data analysis leading to accurate prediction Receipt Data Health Checkup Vital Data 12M 0.8M 1/4 M Over 5 years Over 5 years From sampling in 6 mos. 9 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Strategic priorities: enablement actions  Focus on verticals and create go-to-  Transform business mix, while maintaining Portfolio Alignment and Development Customer Growth market strategies for priority strong product and technology heritage industries, e.g.  Standardize portfolio structure globally Retail, Automotive, Government, Financi  Strengthen solutions and cloud al Services, Healthcare,… portfolio, end-to-end services  Strengthen focus on global accounts  Strengthen industry portfolio  Empower new customer acquisition Operational Excellence  Build on existing assets to grow market  Develop industry and services sales Geographic Expansion presence in India, Middle East, Russia capabilities and Turkey  Reengineer business processes  Increase position in low-market-share  Strengthen the Services Business countries and enter new selected markets in emerging markets 10 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Dr Joseph Reger,Chief Technology Officer 11 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Dominant ICT consumption model is changingOpportunity for Growth: Deliver more solutions andservices, underpinned by technology ▐ Leverage industry-specific know-how in target verticals including retail, banking and public sector ▐ Build on a strong base of hardware, software and technology ▐ End-to-end approach, complete Consult-Design- Build-Operate-Maintain chain of services ▐ Focus on increasing services market share, especially in application- and business 12 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Momentum: Recent major services wins ▐ Gemeente Almere NL: Comprehensive Managed Services project in the governmental sector: Data Center Services, End-User Services, Onsite Maintenance ▐ Sharp Europe: Client Management at 14 locations in 14 languages End-user Services, Service Desk for 2,300 Users, monitored via GPMO ▐ AirFrance KLM: Global Service Desk 90,000 Users, 60,000 Workplaces, 600,000 calls per year, On-site Support 13 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Global delivery capabilityGlobal  Scale and integration Belgium Russia  Knowledge, UK Poland assets and expertise US Portugal Germany Japan  Delivery India Philippines capabilities Costa Rica Malaysia  Project Singapore management Bolivia Australia Global Service Desks Global delivery centers Global Program Management Office Fujitsu Global Cloud Platform (supporting 29 languages) (remote infrastructure (global on-site services hubs) (GCP) locations and apps management) 14 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Building the new value chainFujitsu as an ICT Services and Solutions Provider ▐ Fujitsu is Japan’s largest IT services and solutions provider and global No. 3 ▐ We manage more than 2.5m Incidents & Service Requests per year across CEMEA&I for customers ▐ Our customers work with a single source provider for end-to-end solutions ▐ We provide a comprehensive range of infrastructure solutions, platforms and products 15 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • What’s new at CeBIT 2013 16 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Fujitsu PRIMERGY CX Dual-node Cluster server High availability for SMBs: A new solution to provide peace-of-mind for small and medium-sized businesses that rely on their own IT News Facts ▐ Infrastructure solution for SMBs ▐ New simplified, prepackaged cluster server, works out-of-the-box to provide increased levels of ICT system uptime ▐ Help protect business-critical applications ▐ Affordably priced, simple to operate, perfect for SMBs with limited technology expertise, personnel and budget 17 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Fujitsu STYLISTIC M702 New Business Tablet PC: Semi-ruggedized Android 4 device, providing a lower cost and lightweight alternative to a fully-ruggedized notebook News Facts ▐ The tablet designed to resist: waterproof and dustproof ▐ 590g lightweight device with a 25.7 cm (10.1-inch) display ▐ Prepared for ICT solutions: GPS, 4G, LTE ▐ Secure business integration supporting BYOD 18 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Fujitsu LIFEBOOK E Line New Premium Notebooks: The new LIFEBOOK E Line family of elegant and slim business notebooks is designed to optimize enterprise mobility News Facts ▐ New elegant and slim notebook family is business- ready, debuts at CeBIT ▐ Reduces both lifecycle and acquisition costs ▐ Attractive device to demanding business users, meets enterprise and usability requirements ▐ Can be delivered as part of Fujitsu Managed Mobility service offering 19 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Fujitsu PalmSecure Innovative authentication solution: A contactless scan of palm vein pattern to confirm identity, using biometrics that are more secure, harder to defraud and easier to use than traditional authentication methodsNews Facts ▐ Fujitsu own ground breaking sensor technology, strongest biometric on the market today ▐ Users authenticate in seconds, without contact ▐ Innovative authentication solutions based on PalmSecure technology ▐ European commercial banking group UniCredit has developed the first commercially-viable biometric payment system, based on Fujitsu PalmSecure 20 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Fujitsu Eco Track® Energy Efficiency & Environmental Management: Powerful cloud-based software providing companies unique insights into their environmental footprint, as well as ensuring compliance with the new EU Energy Efficiency News Facts Directive ▐ Powerful software provides unique insights into environmental optimization, leverages decades of experience from Japan ▐ Provides compliance with Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) of EU (mandated audits) ▐ 5 editions of the Fujitsu Eco Track available in April ▐ Software-as-a-Service solution from Fujitsu Global Cloud 21 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • CeBIT 2013: Shareconomy ▐ ICT consumption model is changing ▐ Shift towards higher levels of integration and value ▐ Fujitsu is responding through: • Continuity in products, systems, platforms • More solutions and services for ICT ▐ Underpinned by technology 22 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
  • Q&A 23 Copyright 2013 FUJITSU
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