Fujitsu America believes in the power of information and technology. A subsidiary of Fujitsu, the company offers a broad portfolio of IT products and services. Its offerings include PCs, data storage systems, servers, and point-of-sale systems, as well as consulting, managed services, systems integration, and professional services. Fujitsu had reorganized its North American business, bringing three of its subsidiaries -- Fujitsu Computer Systems, Fujitsu Consulting, and Fujitsu Transaction Solutions -- under the umbrella of a company called Fujitsu North America Holdings. In 2009 the subsidiaries were integrated and Fujitsu North America Holdings was renamed Fujitsu America.
In the US the company has strategically targeted industries including health care and the government sector, looking to capitalize on increased government spending in each. Fujitsu America has also expanded its products and services that tackle implementation of cloud computing services as more and more businesses embrace that model for managing their IT assets.
In 2012 Fujitsu Canada acquired Saskatchewan-based IT consulting and service provider TMC to expand its presence and capabilities in that province.
In 2010 Unisys executive Anthony Doye was named president and CEO of Fujitsu America, succeeding Farhat Ali, who had held the posts since 2008. Doye was a corporate SVP of Unisys and served as president of Unisys Global Outsourcing and Infrastructure Services. He has also held senior management positions at British Telecom (now BT Group), Computer Sciences Corp., and IBM. – less
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