Inspired by Fujitsu’s Japanese origins, Sempai is a derivative of Senpai, the Japanese word for scholar or mentor. In the Japanese culture, the Senpai refers to the advanced student, while the Kohai (a term often used along with Senpai) is the young student.
Even though Senpai is written with an “n”, it is pronounced with an “m” [SEM-PY]. We have decided that Sempai should be used to meet the Japanese pronunciation regardless of the user’s language.
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The original team behind Sempai
Pierre Hamel, Carole Noury, Amélie Desmarais, Malika Doulkifl, Marie-Noëlle Durocher, Louis-Daniel Godin, Dominic Hébert, Magalie Leclercq, David Lévesque-Lafleur, Martin Ponce, Éric Le Gallais, Marco Bérubé, Jonathan Couillard St-Pierre, Sébastien Desroches, Michel J. Perreault, Pierre Rouwens, Susan Assad, Yann Sadok, Rizwan Ali Uqaili
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