Fujifilm Holdings

Rank: 25
2016 Rank14
Employeesn/a
Revenue:$3,533,959,139
R&D Spend:n/a
Fiscal year ending:03-31-17
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Fujifilm's medical systems division is built on the company's diagnostic imaging technologies, including its foundational digital X-ray diagnostics business (the firm launched its first X-ray film product in 1936 and introduced the world's first digital X-ray imaging and diagnostic system in 1983). Its brands include Fuji Computed Radiography and the Synapse digital image sharing system, and it operates in 3 segments: imaging solutions, information solutions and document solutions. In July 2015 the company submitted the 1st module in its premarket approval application for digital breast tomosynthesis as an upgrade for its Aspire Cristalle mammography system.


Big 100 Mini Logo Key Personnel: Shigetaka Komori, chairman & CEO; Kenji Sukeno, president & COO; Kouichi Tamai, VP & chief innovation officer; Yuzo Toda, VP & CTO; Masataka Akiyama, president & CEO, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA; Johann Fernando, COO, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA; Dr. Diku Mandavia, CMO, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA; William Lacy, VP, medical informatics, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA; Eiji Ogawa, VP, modality solutions, quality, regulatory, clinical affairs, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA; Keiichi Nagata, divisional president, endoscopy, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA; Jason Heim, sales VP, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA; Martin Spence, VP, services & support, operations, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA; Satoshi Amano, VP, finance, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA; John Lucas, executive director, business operations, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA;

7-3, Akasaka 9-chome
Minato-ku, Tokyo
107-0052
Japan