Celebrating 80 years of continuous commitment to Egypt

As a leading Japanese information and communications technology (ICT) company, Fujitsu Ltd. has played an important role in the development of the Egyptian economy.

Working with key industry players, Fujitsu Egypt offers a full portfolio of ICT products and services

including data center, system integration, network and security solutions.

Operating in Egypt since 1939, Fujitsu Egypt has worked in partnership with customers in government as well as large, small and medium-sized enterprises either directly or through its partner network. “As the oldest ICT company in Egypt, we have continuously contributed to the creation of a networked society and have built on our reputation as a trusted and valued player,” said Ayman Abd El-Rahman, managing director, Fujitsu Egypt.

“We are in a position to deliver both hardware and integration solutions to our customers across the country and remain true to our belief that delivering quality service and support are the foundations of our success,” El-Rahman said.

As the Egyptian economy continues to move in the right direction, Fujitsu Egypt is committed to supporting the development of the country’s ICT sector.

“We are proud of our role in the country’s ongoing infrastructure and technology projects,” said El- Rahman. “We partnered with the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics for the first digital Census in Egypt in 2017. With Egypt’s growing population and the creation of newly established cities; we are seeing an increase in demand for our solutions,” said El-Rahman.

From joint venture projects to the strengthening of cultural ties, Egypt and Japan remain strong partners today. Egypt’s business community recognizes the Fujitsu name as a quality brand and an important long-term contributor to the Egyptian economy.

“We see Egypt as an ‘eagermarket’ and new customers are increasingly keen to work with us,” concluded El-Rahman. “We will continue to meet our targets and we look forward to contributing to the future of this great country.”


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