FrieslandCampina Chooses Fujitsu for International Workplace Innovation
Fujitsu's global presence and local support capabilities win FrieslandCampina's trust(PresseBox) (Regensdorf, )
As a result of the win, Fujitsu will manage full outsourcing for FrieslandCampina's IT workplace infrastructure, for 8,500 users dealing with 1,400 applications used all over the world. Each user will get new Fujitsu client hardware with Windows 7 and Office 2010. Fujitsu will also manage FrieslandCampina's 14,000 mailboxes and will provide collaboration with Office Communicator Server.
To meet FrieslandCampina's high service level requirements, Fujitsu will build a desktop infrastructure in the Fujitsu data center in Maarssen, Netherlands, and will provide a trilingual service desk, offering customer support in English, German and Dutch.
Jürgen Schüler Head of Global Infrastructure FrieslandCampina, says: «Fujitsu proved during the bidding process that it is adaptable and offers experts who fit well into our business and our corporate culture. Fujitsu has been able to meet the needs of our business with an appropriate proposal for transition services. Most importantly, however, Fujitsu has a global presence but also the resources to provide local support in all the countries it deals with. We are confident that the coming changes under Fujitsu are in good hands.»
Geo van der Wilk, Managing Director at Fujitsu Technology Solutions says: «Fujitsu aims to help its customers in the IT field and support them in achieving their business goals. Based on our onestop shopping offer of products and services, we designed an IT solution for FrieslandCampina that provides flexibility and choice in desktop management. We are proud to have won FrieslandCampina's confidence in the strategically important domain of the establishment and management of its IT infrastructure.»
Royal FrieslandCampina is a multinational dairy company privately owned by the dairy cooperative Zuivelcoöperatie FrieslandCampina, which has 15,300 member dairy farms in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium. Their products are sold in over 100 countries. The key regions are Europe, Asia and Africa. FrieslandCampina has an annual turnover of 8.2billion euro and its profit amounts to 182 million euro.