Big news from Tokyo: The Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company plans to deploy 30,000 Windows 8 tablets to its sales personnel starting in September.
This will be Japan’s (and one of the world’s) largest deployments of Windows 8 tablets to date, and is a close cooperation between Fujitsu Ltd. and Microsoft Japan Co., Ltd.
The company will use the Windows 8 tablets to improve service and enhance communications with its customers, including using video and other content to explain its products. The tablets will also give the insurance company a competitive boost by streamlining contract processing and helping eliminate the need for printed documentation, all while providing enhanced security.
For more information on Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company’s new fleet of Windows 8 tablets, or on Fujitsu, the Microsoft partner leading this specialized deployment, visit Microsoft News Center.
You might also be interested in:
- Bing now features photography from social photo site 500px
- You can help keep Xbox Live awesome
- Skype lands starring role in Off-Broadway play
Microsoft News Center Staff
Tags: Windows 8