We have an ambition to become one of the best SSC center in Łódź which provides cost-effective services because of the usage of global opportunities and abilities. I believe that thanks to a great team, which we were able to form, and internal cooperation in the company we will achieve the highest level of a business maturity and we will constitute a valuable part of Fujitsu financial organization in the nearest future – comments Żaneta Leduchowska, chairman in the Common Service for Finance Center in Fujitsu.
The Common Service for Finance and Accounting Center allows certain units to concentrate on clients and “core business” – their main business activities and burden them with the same from transaction work. Moreover, thanks to the building of a common service center Fujitsu may serve with the help of internal powers processes which were formerly provided by external deliverer. Currently, the company focuses on the service of invoices, payments, commitments, ledgers, financial reporting and management of data of clients and deliverers of Fujitsu units from Europe, Middle East, India and Africa.
We are glad about every new work place. The investments of Polish and foreign companies are the best recommendation for Łódź and the region as a perfect place to develop a business. For me, as a president of Łódź, it is an evidence for properly realized economic development strategy. I also enjoy the fact that more and more companies place their trust in our city and region. Thanks to them, our Łódź market is becoming more attractive in respect of a business aspect – comments Hanna Zdanowska, president in Łódź.
The Common Service for Finance and Accounting Center is not the first investment of Fujitsu in Łódź. So far, such company as Global Delivery Center has been functioning in this city. It hires over 520 employees and provides services for global clients.
The opening of the Common Service for Finance and Accounting Center is another investment of Fujitsu in Poland. Personally, I am particularly glad about the fact that this investment is a testimony of high competences of Polish personnel by a leading in the world ICT company and that it was related to the usage of graduates’ talents from Łódź universities. It is worth mentioning that this decision is an evidence for a long-term interest in Poland as a country for company’s investments – says Marcin Olszewski, chairman in Fujitsu in Poland.
Fujitsu is a Japanese producer of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) which hires over 162 000 people in over 100 countries. Consolidated incomes of Fujitsu Limited (TSE: 6702) total 4,8 billion yens (US $ 46 billion) for a financial year which ended on 31th March 2014.
Textorial Park is an office complex class A with 12 000 sq. m of office and service space, conference center and 240 parking places. The office is located within the Łódź Special Economic Zone. It received BREEAM In-Use certificate in 2011.