"I was there for almost 13 years and experienced disruptions in product, management, direction, internal competition, and much more(mostly negative) every new fiscal year. they make great product but it is not all for the US, mostly for Japan Compensation was high, stress was higher, promotions never took place, want a raise, just sell more, Salary went up and down based on the ever changing CEO, 5 in 13 years."
"I joined Fujitsu recently. Fujitsu is very bureaucratic and its very hard to make changes."
"It is good experience and suggesting for all job seekers."
"The internship was great. I worked there the summer of 2014"
"Fujitsu is a big firm to work for. However, bureaucracy is highly impeding any new ideas and fast development. Resources are conservatively managed. Peers are skillful but knowledge sharing is not a common culture.Career path is clear but growth is very slow and sometimes responsibilities are not unclear and intangible. I would recommend this place for interns whom are looking to learn some basic skills but. On the other hand, I don't highly recommend the place for a senior who is looking at gro"
"It is a great place to get your feet wet! There is a lot to learn and the CEO is a great person. I highly recommend this to anyone that is seeking to get into the IT business and has an interest in scanners."
"High pay (20% over market), good benefits, poor management."
"I worked for Fujitsu Labs from 2001 until 2012. I found the work mentally stimulating and the employees a pleasure to serve. Located in the heart of Silicon Valley one felt close to all the latest technological innovations and I felt lucky enough to have gotten to use the latest technologies available."
"Fujitsu, good place. I get great enjoyment from my job."
"Strong emphasis on customer satisfaction. In general, company is well behind in the managed services tools, experience, and costs to compete with major outsourcers."
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