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Fujitsu expands local presence with new global delivery center in Cebu

By Jonnah Pante - on 19 Oct 2017, 10:41am

Fujitsu expands local presence with new global delivery center in Cebu

In line with its business expansion, Fujitsu has opened a new Global Delivery Center (GDC) in Cebu to focus on providing business application development support for local and Japanese customers.

(from left to right) Head of Fujitsu's Global Delivery Center in the Philippines Arlene Gregorio, Fujitsu Executive Vice President and Head of Global Delivery Hidenori Furuta, and Undersecretary of the Department of Information and Communications Technology of the Philippines (DICT) Monchito Ibrahim attend the opening of the new Fujitsu GDC in Cebu.

The Cebu GDC is an extension of the company’s GDC in Manila which opened in 1993. Through these centers, Fujitsu delivers extensive services in areas of Remote Infrastructure Management, Service Desk, Application Services, and Business Process Outsourcing.

With the highly skilled Philippines workforce supporting current and future software application, Fujitsu aims to help customers to efficiently and cost-effectively develop, upgrade and maintain their business applications. The high proportion of Japanese speakers in the region was another key factor in Fujitsu’s decision to open a center in Cebu Business Park. The company also eyes to create 400 new positions for the newly-opened delivery center over the next two years

"Our Global Delivery Centers are strategically located to offer customers access to a consistently high quality service and pool of dynamic and talented employees with high technical and multilingual skills. When expanding our GDC in the Philippines beyond Manila, Cebu was an obvious choice. We are fortunate that many Cebuanos speak Japanese, as well as being great software developers," Arlene Gregorio, Head of Fujitsu’s GDC in the Philippines shared.

The worldwide network of Fujitsu Global Delivery Centers offer 24/7 coverage and supports more than 1.2 million end users on over a million devices in 40 languages.