Fujitsu is present in Belgium since the 1990ies, but looks back at a much longer local presence considering our integrated companies, such as Amdahl, DMR, ICL, as well as our joint history with Siemens. At our offices located in Anderlecht (Brussels), Fujitsu Technology Solutions currently employs over 300 permanent employees and has over 200 external collaborators working at the service of our customers. With our Dynamic Infrastructures approach, we offer a full portfolio of IT products, solutions and services, ranging from clients to datacenter solutions, Managed Infrastructure and Infrastructure-as-a-Service to the Belgian market – either direct or via our strong dealer network. We are directly serving different sectors, such as Finance, Industry or Retail, as well as governmental institutions and international organizations, and we are privileged to count renowned companies amongst our customers. In addition, we work closely with 2 distributors and over 1000 valued business partners all over Belgium of which 300 are Fujitsu certified.
In their over 20‑year partnership, Fujitsu and NetApp have set new standards for optimizing IT infrastructures. The objective has always been simple: to create integrated IT in which components work together seamlessly. The combined innovation leadership of the two partners is now helping organizations take the next step to distributed IT architectures in which business information can be managed seamlessly from the edge to the core and cloud.
Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Our Purpose is to make the world more sustainable by building trust in society through innovation. To fulfill the Fujitsu Group Purpose, we will enhance our ability to stay in tune with global society, while continuing to make agile changes, and creating value. We offer a broad range of products, services and solutions, and have approximately 130,000 employees supporting customers in 180 countries.