The Fujitsu World Tour is on the road again for the 10th consecutive year, this year highlighting how Fujitsu is partnering with customers to co-create the digital future. In 2017, the biggest ever Fujitsu World Tour is extended into Asia for the first time and begins the Indian chapter on Friday in New Delhi. The event focuses on technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Cloud computing, the Internet of Things and Cybersecurity. The theme is Digital Co-creation, focusing on how Fujitsu works in tandem with customers to connect the digital dots and support business growth. In total, Fujitsu expects to welcome more than 14,000 attendees, said a statement.
“Digital disruption is driving sweeping changes across business landscapes in every market segment, leading to new challenges that all organizations must address with their digital agenda for the future. As a consequence, enterprises and government departments alike are recognizing that underlying IT infrastructure and processes must become highly adaptable, mobile, secure and scalable,” said company.
Fujitsu said that it addresses these digitalization challenges head-on, with the Fujitsu World Tour demonstrating innovative, holistic solutions that encompass and enhance existing technologies and investments – grouped into themes such as Workplace Anywhere, Hyperconnected Business and Infrastructure for the Digital World, and addressing industry megatrends like Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things.
This year World Tour focuses on customers engagement for teaming up with Fujitsu to co-create technology solutions. “During Fujitsu World Tour 2017 in India, we are giving visitors a look and experience into the possibility of bringing inspirational digital transformation projects to life. We are bringing together technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Cloud computing, the Internet of Things and Cybersecurity, and bridging the gaps to deliver compelling digital business outcomes. AI is perhaps the biggest buzzword at present, and moreover, we will see a lot more collaboration between platforms as well,” said Andy Stevenson, Head of India, Turkey and Middle East, Fujitsu.