Fujitsu Services expects growth of 20% in the Portuguese market this year

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Fujitsu Services expects to grow 20 percent in revenue in the Portuguese market this year. The expected developments in the main business areas covered by the Japanese group’s local unit will contribute to the target.

Outsourcing already represents more than half of the company’s business in Portugal and will continue to be an area of ​​strong investment in 2007, said Paulo Igrejas, general director of the unit in Portugal in a meeting with journalists. Whether at the level of infrastructures or at the level of applications, a more recent bet.

In addition to outsourcing, are areas of strong investment for Fujitsu Services in the local market in 2007, where it is celebrating 30 years of activity, document management or the local skills center of help desk.

Banking, telecommunications, utilities, public administration and distribution are some of the strategic sectors in the activity of Fujitsu Services Portugal, which this year plans to reinforce investment in banking, particularly in terms of ATMs.

The retail area will also deserve reinforced investment by Fujitsu Services throughout this year, said the same official who refers to a later moment more details about a set of projects in which the company is involved.

Fujitsu Services provides Information Technology services in more than 20 countries. Its key competencies are the management of Information Technology and outsourcing. It also provides complementary consulting, integration and development services.

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