Fujitsu used to be a good company (ca 2010) in Calgary. However, the management fell apart and its sales people left for other opportunities. As a result, the Calgary office collapsed and only 1 project (to my knowledge) still exists. Working on this project will mean that you will be working in the same position with no opportunities for innovation. It is an important project, however it is very circumscribed in its approaches. It was a port of an ASP 3.0 application and it's structure reflects choices made at that time.
As a company, I was left with the impression that Fujitsu does not understand software development. My biggest point of frustration were the annual performance reviews. The majority of points had to do with my contributions to sales (I was in development). So, we had to answer our objectives using weasel phrases that had no bearing on my actual job. One year, 25% of my review was based on bringing in 2 qualified sales leads. Needless to say that did not happen. I'm not sure if it is official or unofficial, but Fujitsu has a policy of normalizing reviews. So even if you did very well in your position, you will likely not score above a 3 on a 5 point scale. So, don't expect management to make you feel good about the job you are doing.
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