Work Life Shift

In the new normal era, companies need to make efforts to both reform the way employees work, and enhance their lives. Fujitsu's Work Life Shift proposes a new way of working by enabling sustainable business and employee wellbeing.


Smart Working

Smart Working enables employees to autonomously choose the best way to work, creating a new normal for high productivity and innovation.

Borderless Office

Providing employees with the freedom to choose whether they work from home, a hub office, or a satellite office, we realize a way of working that creates high productivity and innovation.

Culture Change

Total shift in work and life to pursue sustainable business and individual wellbeing. It promotes cultural change and creates high productivity and innovation.

Featured offerings

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Reimagine work and life

Within any business, people are the biggest asset and that’s where your workplace transformation must begin – with your people. By implementing technology in a human-centric way we can create workforces that are more inclusive and sustainable - enabling people to be more productive, more creative and to deliver better customer experiences.


Moving to the Future of Hybrid Work: Survey Report
HSM Advisory and Fujitsu's Global Survey of the State and Future of Hybrid Work

HSM Advisory, established by Professor Linda Gratton of the London Business School, and Fujitsu jointly conducted a survey in September 2020 focusing on how companies are responding to major changes in society and the workplace, and what employees think about working. Based on the survey results, we have compiled a report with examples of current issues, future possibilities, and best practices in hybrid work.

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Key focus areas achieving a sustainable world

Customer stories

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Australia Post - Driving digital inclusion in First Nations Communities

Increasing economic opportunities and independence of First Nations people through greater involvement in the innovation economy.

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University - A digital leap in education

The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration (FEAA) at the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University wanted a reliable way to prepare students theoretically and practically for their future workplaces. It decided to construct a modern IT laboratory to achieve this.
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Tauernkliniken GmbH - PCs for reliable clinical operations

The Tauern Hospital in Austria needs high-performance IT support to keep the hospital running smoothly. The facilities in Mittersill and Zell am See benefit from powerful hardware equipment and a first-rate WLAN connection with a wide range of PCs, notebooks, and workstations.
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Centrica plc - Partnering to accelerate digitisation

Centrica adopted Microsoft Power Platform to give the business autonomy over its app development. When internal IT resources are stretched, Centrica wanted to find a way to swiftly scale to support the business. Fujitsu provides expertise and resources to build and manage large and complex apps.
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