1/19/2004 - Fujitsu Services AS in Norway are having their frame agreement as a main supplier of IT infrastructure and services to the Department for Planning and Building in Oslo extended. This means that the department has chosen to make use of the option giving them the ability to extend the original agreement by one year, with an estimated value in millions NOK for Fujitsu.
The frame agreement initially includes delivery of IT infrastructure and services, maintenance and support. The department have previously made use Fujitsu’s professional services such as business consultancy, TCO-analysis, internal competence mapping & exploration, service level agreements, analysis of infrastructure and adapting subscription offerings used for hosting services for other departments within the Municipality of Oslo.
“We have, for a very long time, had a good and fruitful collaboration with Fujitsu”, says Tom Jensen, IT Manager at the Department for Planning & Building in Oslo. “Over the years the company have demonstrated excellent skills, solid experience, the ability to deliver and flexibility as a contractor and business consultants. All this made it natural for us to extend the existing frame agreement.”
Important factors for the Department for Planning & Building now is to further the development of a secure and efficient IT infrastructure, which will contribute to operational- and cost-related synergy-effects across departments and functional areas.
The Department for Planning & Building initially engaged Fujitsu to carry out a comprehensive TCO analysis, which revealed all fixed and variable IT-costs. This created the foundation for improved quality related to planning and decisions in connection with further development. Fujitsu in Norway are offering this type of analysis based on Gartner’s TCO-model and has consultants certified by Gartner.
“We are proud of the collaboration and pleased with the renewal of the frame agreement. It is very stimulating to see that the Department appreciate our broad competence and long experience”, says Leo J. Sapiraa, Marketing Director at Fujitsu Services AS. “We consider the extension of the frame agreement as an important statement of trust and we believe the collaboration will offer many exciting possibilities in the future.
Previous Page | News by Category | News Search
If you found this page useful, bookmark and share it on: