Fujitsu and Nissin Healthcare Food Service Build Cloud-Based System for Home Food Delivery Service in Japan

Fujitsu today announced that it has worked with Nissin Healthcare Food Service Co., to build a cloud-based food delivery system for the company’s Shokutakubin service, which delivers boxed meals to the homes of subscribers in Japan. Built using Fujitsu’s cloud, the system manages business information such as orders, products and customer lists, and also handles all payments, covering every aspect of the service’s operations from orders by individuals to deliveries.

Operating food services in more than 4,500 hospitals and nursing homes, Nissin Healthcare Food Service is already Japan’s leading food-service company, and has moved into the second phase of its business by launching a subscription-based home-delivery meal service called Shokutakubin.Shokutakubin, is a service in Japan for daily home delivery of individually packaged nutritious meals offered safely and comfortably based on the knowledge and experience of the company’s staff of 7,500 nutritionists and registered dietitians.

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