Fujitsu invests $50m into Palantir Technologies

Maria Nikolova

Fujitsu will become Palantir Japan’s sole Flagship Technology Partner in Japan and sell its DX Services to complement Palantir’s software platforms.

Fujitsu Ltd (TYO:6702) today announces that it has formed a strategic partnership with Palantir Technologies Japan, and Palantir Technologies Inc.

As part of this agreement, Fujitsu will become Palantir Japan’s sole Flagship Technology Partner in Japan and sell its DX Services to complement Palantir’s software platforms. Fujitsu has also invested $50 million into Palantir Technologies Inc. as a strategic investment to demonstrate its commitment to the partnership, as well as its aim to become a dominant player in the rapidly growing big data analysis market.

As part of their new strategic partnership, Palantir, Palantir Japan, and Fujitsu will deliver their technologies and experience to various industries and customers throughout Japan. By combining Palantir’s platforms and success across industries with Fujitsu’s information and communication technology (ICT) capabilities and extensive experience supporting customers in their DX journeys, the partners will enable Japanese customers to achieve transformational outcomes against their core missions. Fujitsu’s experience working with all branches of the Japanese government and commercial institutions will provide the partners with an added layer of regional expertise.

In the future, Fujitsu aims to continue to strive to resolve customers’ management issues, while deploying a data platform service that contributes to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by tackling a variety of social challenges relating to smart cities and disaster prevention and mitigation. Fujitsu’s partnership with Palantir Japan underlines its ongoing commitment to leveraging world-class technology while promoting sustainable DX for its customers.

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