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Fujitsu Partners Oracle and SAP: To Accelerate Cloud Transformation and Leverage Multi-Cloud Solution

Fujitsu Partners Oracle and SAP: To Accelerate Cloud Transformation and Leverage Multi-Cloud Solution

Fujitsu, the Japanese multinational IT firm, has made an announcement that it would join hands with Oracle and SAP to enhance its digital transformation. The announcement was made public on Thursday.

“We have the strategic partnerships with key hyper scale and enterprise application providers to deliver agile digital transformation for our customers, with industry-analyst-acknowledged leadership in multi-cloud integration,” said Conway Kosi, SVP, Fujitsu.

With the partnership enhancements, Fujitsu will deliver an effective and improved digital transformation for its customers. The enhancements will empower the customers to fulfil their needs for third-party orchestration in complex IT estates.

To support its place as a leading international system integrator, Fujitsu will fulfil the growing industry-wide cloud skills shortage by strengthening its multi-cloud integration and operation services, i.e. by retraining 10,000 workers worldwide to offer customer-facing support in responsive, DevOps and in achieving cloud-specific certification.

 “Major new investments in people, skills, key technologies and industry platform services, plus a customer obsessed approach and a reputation as the world’s favoured co-creation partner, now make us the go-to systems integrator for digital transformation,” added Mr.kosi.

Moving ahead!

Fujitsu is looking forward to partner with Microsoft to create new services which will integrate SAP with SAP knowledge on the Azure platform.



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