Fujitsu hopes the testing will boost sales of its computer servers, aiming to double such sales to about 10 billion yen ($114 million) by the financial year starting next April.
The testing would enable software makers to better promote their products to prospective clients such as manufacturers, a Fujitsu spokeswoman said.
Fujitsu has set up a test center and has begun working with two software developers. It hopes to have around 10 firms signed up by the year-end.
Shares of Fujitsu dropped 2 percent to 550 yen, underperforming a 1.6 percent fall in the benchmark Nikkei average.