Deal comes after news of a possible strike by Fujitsu workers in Northern Ireland
Fujitsu has signed a five year £65 million deal with Centrica to deliver its digital end user transformation.
Fujitsu says it will transform end user IT services to create a “more secure, scalable and flexible service”, with “mobility at its heart”, through Centrica embracing Windows 10, Office 365 and Fujitsu’s digital hybrid offering – on-premise and cloud – for end user IT services.
“We are excited to be supporting Centrica’s drive for value, service excellence and innovation to increase customer engagement with a growing range of services such as Hive and HomeCare,” said Regina Moran, CEO, UK & Ireland, Fujitsu.
“We are committed to being a partner to Centrica, working closely with them to continue to advise and implement new strategic and innovative programmes as they continue to grow their customer facing businesses.”
Fujitsu is facing a strike in Northern Ireland by members of the CWU over proposed job cuts at two business units there.