Fujitsu is one of the world’s biggest IT services providers and in February was named on Fortune’s list of the World’s Most Admired Companies for the third year in a row. The UK division has continued to thrive during the pandemic, picking up a string of high-profile contracts.
However the company is also striving to use the pandemic as a catalyst for diversity. Fujitsu was founded in 1935 and like many in the tech space, remains a predominantly male workforce. But now things are changing, and quickly.
Kelly Metcalf, Fujitsu UK’s head of diversity, inclusion and wellbeing, explains how the British arm of the company is leading this campaign – and how digital technology is at the forefront of the project.