Fujitsu India—a subsidary of the Tokyo-based IT infrastructure provider Fujitsu Technology Solutions—is eyeing 100 per cent revenue growth in the current financial year from India. The company that manufacturers servers, storage devices and notebooks expects automotive, manufacturing, media, education, government and the telecom sectors to be its growth drivers in the country.
For the financial year 2009-10 Fujitsu India reported a revenue growth of 130 per cent in India compared to the same period a year ago. At global level the holding company, Fujitsu Technology’s revenues stood at $47 billion (Rs 2,08,000 crore) for the fiscal 2009-10.
“Over the last couple of years our business in India has grown at a robust pace,” said Pallab Talukdar, chief executive
officer Fujitsu India.
“During the earlier years of our operation in India the company was focussed largely on serving the Japanese clients but now we are diversifying and serving other companies, as well,” Talukdar said.