Fujitsu has announced a range of partnership improvements with SAP to deliver accelerated, more effective digital transformation to its customers.
Fujitsu said it’s strengthening its multi-cloud integration and operations services in a bid to address the growing industry-wide cloud skills gap and underpin its position as a primary global systems integrator.
“Our approach is to provide the right cloud for each specific business need from options available for private cloud and public cloud,” said Fujitsu ANZ CEO Mike Foster.
“By leveraging our investments in Australian cloud and data centre infrastructure, combined with strategic global and local partnerships we are in an excellent position to provide our customers with the appropriate cloud platform for their needs.
Fujitsu aims to help enterprises speed up their cloud migration, following them to rapidly deploy higher-quality operations. “These enhancements address the growing demand from customers for third-party orchestration of complex IT estates by leveraging the company’s ecosystem partners and outstanding industry knowhow,” it said.
Key strategic multi-cloud partnerships with global enterprise cloud platform, services and application providers will start with Microsoft, VMware, and SAP, and Fujitsu will expand the lineup going forward.
“These new investments and partnerships remove the skills, experience and technology barriers facing enterprises on their digital transformation journeys, giving customers the confidence to embark on truly transformative, multi-cloud digital projects,” added Fujitsu.