Service Providers: What’s needed to Succeed?

Service Providers: What’s needed to Succeed?


Fujitsu’s Market Research


26.06.2019 // 09:30 AM BST time

Presenters:

Ruediger Frickenschmidt
, Head of EMEIA Service Provider Business & IoT, at Fujitsu EMEIA.

Leigh Schvartz, Head of Cloud and Managed Service Provider Offerings at Fujitsu UK.

Do you know what end customers want from their Service Providers and where to invest for growth in the next five years?


We commissioned independent technology research specialists Vanson Bourne to ask 700 senior IT decision makers how they plan to use service providers today and in the future, to help you build a future-proof service provider business.

During this online session Leigh Schvartz and Ruediger Frickenschmidt, from Fujitsu, will review the results of this EMEIA research with us, and they will share insights into how you could be making your services fit for the future.

Agenda:

  • The strategic view from the end customer about Service Providers
  • Predicting the future: where is the demand for help?
  • The future Partner ecosystem and Service Providers Micro Alliances

Register Now to review the results with us on our next Service Providers Webinar series: Wednesday, 26th June 2019 at 09:30am (BST), 10:30 (CET).

Register below

Thank you.

Presenters:

Leigh Schvartz, is Head of Cloud and Managed Service Provider Offerings at Fujitsu UK, responsible for bringing the very best of Fujitsu to its service provider partners in the UK. This spans Fujitsu’s IT infrastructure product and software offerings, alongside ready-to-sell proven annuity services from Fujitsu and its micro-alliance ecosystem.

Ruediger Frickenschmidt, is Head of EMEIA Service Provider Business & IoT, at Fujitsu. Rudi drives IoT and Service Provider business across EMEIA region. He is responsible for the go-to-market strategy and offerings to create true value for customers - optimizing TCO by controlling CAPEX and OPEX and making IT fast and agile. Rudi has worked at FUJITSU in management positions in Germany, USA and Finland /Nordics.