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Fujitsu Consulting India

Fujitsu India GDC
Type Subsidiary
Industry IT Services, Software
Founded 2006
Headquarters Pune, India
Key people Brian Murphy
(SVP & Head of Services Delivery, Global Delivery)
Shrikant Vaze
(India GDC Head)
Sunil Bhave
(Vice President)
Anuj Kumar
(Vice President)
Ashutosh Prabhudesai
(Controller & Director Finance)
Keita Fujimori
(Director)
Employees 2605
Parent Fujitsu
Website /in.com.fujitsuwww

Fujitsu India Global Delivery Center (GDC) provides services to its customers around the globe. India GDC enables its customers to realize their growth objectives by leveraging information technology through its integrated services and software portfolio. This includes Business Application Services, Infrastructure Management Services and Business Support Services across industry verticals such as Energy & Utilities, Retail, Logistics, Consumer Packaged Goods, Infrastructure, Life Sciences & Healthcare, Agriculture & Allied, Government, Automotive and Financial Services and to clients spread across more than 32 countries.

Quick facts

  • 4 delivery centers in India
  • 2605 employees (2014)
  • CMMI for Services (v1.3) Level 5 Company – India's 1st/World's 2nd
  • Subsidiary of Fujitsu, the world's fourth largest IT services company

History

  • March 2006: On March 31, 2006 Fujitsu acquired North America based company Rapidigm. In India it has offshore divisions at Noida, Pune, Hyderabad and Bangalore with Pune being the head office. This is being known as Fujitsu India GDC

Presence in India

  • After starting operations in 2006, Fujitsu India launched its second $10 million development center at Noida in October 2007[1]
  • Following the expansion plan, Fujitsu India launched the fourth development center in Bengaluru In Nov 2011.[2]

Operations

Fujitsu India GDC uses a blended-delivery model where its resources work onsite and offshore to deliver projects globally. Company's Global Sales Engagement (GSE) team is the single point of contact for its global customers and operates in Continental Europe, Nordics, UK & Ireland and APAC. In addition Fujitsu India GDC also has India & Middle East Sales team that deals with customers in India, Middle East and Africa. Fujitsu Consulting India offer following services to its customers:[3]

Business Services

  • Business Strategy
  • IT Strategy
  • Benefits Realization
  • Change Management
  • IT Services

Infrastructure Management Services

  • Data Center Consulting
  • Implementation and Support Services
  • Remote Infrastructure Management
  • IT Infrastructure Consolidation Services
  • Enterprise Systems Support Services
  • System Integration Services
  • Platform Integration Services
  • Security Consulting
  • Remote solutions delivered through ITIL process framework
  • 24x7 support across all levels

Application Services

  • Enterprise Management
  • ERP
  • CRM
  • SCM
  • Duet
  • Mobility
  • Knowledge Management
  • XBRL Consulting
  • Business Analytics
  • Application Management
  • Custom Application Development
  • Open Systems expertise across platforms such as Sun, Java, BEA and IBM
  • Legacy system management services
  • Legacy modernization services
  • Manual and automated testing services
  • DWH

Software

  • Business Process Management
  • Packaged Applications
  • Prones
  • XBRL
  • Glovia
  • Totalizer
  • GlobalSTORE
  • Value Added Reseller

References

  1. ^ "Fujitsu Consulting India launches $10 million facility in Noida". EFYTimes.com. October 2007. 
  2. ^ "Fujitsu to opens new development center in Bangalore". The Hindu. November 19, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Company Website". 
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