SAP admits Fujitsu into Regional Strategic Services Partner program

15 March 2023 2 min. read
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Global ERP giant SAP has admitted Fujitsu into its Regional Strategic Services Partner (RSSP) program for the Asia Pacific region.

Already a partner of SAP in many countries worldwide and in the region, the extension of the longstanding collaboration will see Fujitsu scale up its SAP consultancy, technology and implementation services across Asia Pacific.

Launched in February this year, SAP’s Regional Strategic Services Partner initiative seeks to amplify the capabilities and reach of partners through a more Asia Pacific focused collaboration with SAP. According to the software vendor, around 20% of all its 24,000 registered partners globally are based in the region.

SAP admits Fujitsu into Regional Strategic Services Partner program

“Fujitsu has been a long-standing customer and partner of SAP and we are delighted they are taking the next step in becoming our newest partner to join SAP’s Regional Strategic Services Partner initiative,” said Paul Marriott, President of SAP for Asia Pacific.

From a consulting perspective, Fujitsu will support customers with designing, building and tailoring and implementing SAP solutions. “Fujitsu will support one-stop system deployment and streamline decision-making processes by offering a comprehensive solution for customers,” explained Shunsuke Onishi, Head of Global Customer Success at Fujitsu.

While Fujitsu will focus on clients across numerous sectors, the firm is traditionally known for its work in two verticals: manufacturing and retail.

As part of the agreement, Fujitsu has committed to beefing up its SAP teams across its Asia Pacific offices, in order to be able to provide customers with local expertise (SAP’s systems typically are adapted to local business practice and legal systems of each country). Fujitsu has also pledged to develop a number of proprietary SAP solutions.

Globally, Fujitsu has our 124,000 employees in 100+ countries. With revenues of 3.6 trillion yen ($32 billion), the company is one of the larger IT and digital services companies in the world.

Last month, fellow Japanese group ABeam Consulting became the inaugural partner to join the RSSP program.