Fujitsu wins £65m Centrica digital transformation deal

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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.

Fujitsui-Logo-247x180Centrica currently has around 39,000 employees globally, including office workers and field engineers, who will be able to benefit from the new systems.

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.