Oracle Database/Ecommerce Application Admin (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – August 17, 2016
I liked working on challenging projects in Fujitsu and was very much involved in troubleshooting aspects. Implementing a project from the scratch is something i liked in Fujitsu as i was involved from the ground-up interacting with different teams.
Director (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – March 30, 2016
Quite a few people stay at the company for awhile. That is a good thing but I am not sure what really keeps the people from leaving. The culture is not built on keeping people because there is no longer term focus. The focus seems to be keeping the lights on. The following are the items which falls behind most of their competitors: pay, culture, growth, and focus on employees. It seems like Japan subsidizes the service work for NA. The main customers are Japanese companies. Those customers seem to be slowly going away and it is challenging to replace that revenue.
Tenured employees, life balance, good partnerships
culture, growth, lack of innovation, and compensation
Systems Engineer (Current Employee) – Melbourne – March 20, 2016
Fujitsu's MSP business arm, is a national IT managed services platform which provides an enjoyable and productive workplace for it's employees to operate within. Fujitsu staff are of a high calibre and this encourages a high performance environment which translates into a strong level of customer service being provided to its many clients.
CSE Field Engineer (Former Employee) – Frisco, TX – February 29, 2016
I worked field service for 19 years. typically started at 0730 and ended whenever. The best thing about it was travel. I did enjoy the knowledge gained of the areas I traveled in and the short cuts and traffic patterns through out California. One negative was that management was always changing. I kept in contact with other field agents but rarely worked with anyone else unless I was providing support or receiving training. The most difficult thing was the work hours which were never stable. I did enjoy the freedom of the road and visiting new places
Not enough techs for the area and constant management changes
Contractor (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – February 16, 2016
My opinion was that management was very bad, poorly managed and difficult without proper training. I learned allot about computer issues and tricks to fix them mostly from google. My co-workers for the most part were grand, there are always bullies at my desk which made my work flow difficult. The hardest part of my job was that poor management, and the most enjoyable part of my job was when my clients would congratulate me and thank me for my help. This is most rewarding.
Test Engineer III (Former Employee) – Gresham, OR – February 2, 2016
I liked working for the company I liked too many things about it but it lacked the staff to do the job. I had great relationship with the Japanese management and good relationship with its USA management but stress was very high due to the demand vs the resources that we had to work with.
Assembler/Kitter (Current Employee) – Memphis,TN – December 20, 2015
good place to work company reward you with lunch the mangers are really nice and good people to be around. the work was really easy and you didn't have to work to hard on nothing overall it was a good company to with for
Decent environment with many good and helpful people who worked hard. Much stated concern with employee growth and development, but lack of follow-through by management. Lack of loyalty to employees, hardworking people let go despite loyalty. Too great an emphasis on offshoring jobs to lower-paid workers.