Fujitsu's mission to to help customers and partners turn digital vision into actioned strategy has taken a step forward with the opening of a second European Digital Transformation Centre (DTC) in London.
The moves follows a similar launch in Munich and was prompted by Fujitsu's research that says more than 90% of organisations have a clear digital strategy but many struggle with its delivery.
The initiative forms part of the company's Co-creating Programme which promotes via workshops a social and collaborative approach to accelerating the design process for digital transformation solutions.
"Across the UK organisations face a multitude of socioeconomic and technological changes, and over the last few years we've witnessed businesses in every industry grapple with what a digital future might mean for them," said Rupal Karia, Fujitsu Head of UK&I, Public and Private Sectors.
"With digital transformation challenging all sectors, the Co-creating Programme encourages organisations to identify the opportunities to be a disruptor rather than be disrupted."
In March this year Fujitsu opened its International Blockchain Innovation Centre in Brussels to facilitate research into driving forward the development of Blockchain and other distributed ledger technologies.