Fujitsu PH looks forward to new normal as it celebrates its 45th year

Fujitsu Philippines, Inc. (FPI) is marking another milestone as it celebrates its 45th year. The company, which is among the country’s Information and Communications Technology (ICT) system integrators, has reiterated its commitment to continuously strengthen its presence in the Philippines through its offerings—ranging from devices to ICT solutions/services.

“In the next couple of months, we anticipate the rise of the ‘new normal’ brought about by the current pandemic situation,” said FPI President and CEO Raul ‘Cricket’ Santiago. “As we celebrate another milestone, Fujitsu aims to continue helping businesses in the Philippines as they take on these new challenges.” He added that they would remain true to the brand promise of ‘Shaping Tomorrow with You.’

FPI started as a joint venture, originally named FACOM (Fujitsu Automatic Computer) Computers Philippines, Inc in 1975. Before it was formally established, the business began in 1963 when a four-man team of engineers installed a FACOM Model 212 system at the Philippine Bureau of Customs. It was the first-ever Fujitsu computer installation outside Japan.

In 1983, FACOM Computers renamed itself into Fujitsu Philippines, Inc. From promoting, selling, and supporting the Fujitsu-branded computer hardware line, FPI has also developed itself into an enabler that helps businesses transform digitally through ICT solutions/services. The company now operates facilities in Manila, Cebu, Davao, Sta. Rosa in Laguna, and Clark in Pampanga, collectively employing more than 500 full-time technology professionals.