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Fuji Xerox Strengthens Printer Channel Sales Team

Fuji Xerox announces newly created appointments and promotions to strengthen its management team
  • 10 November, 2009 11:52

<p>Fuji Xerox Strengthens Printer Channel Sales Team</p>
<p>Sydney, AUSTRALIA – 10 November 2009 – Fuji Xerox has strengthened its management team with newly created appointments and promotions within its Australian and New Zealand printer channel sales team.</p>
<p>Appointed to the new roles are Ken Kozak, SMB Acquisitions &amp; Consumables Manager and Peter Chambers, National Distribution Manager. Greg Vlahos has been promoted to the role of Channel Sales Manager and David Borg will assume the position of General Manager, Australia and New Zealand. David will report directly to James Henderson, President Fuji Xerox Printers, Asia Pacific and China. Kozak, Chambers and Vlahos will report to Borg and they will be responsible for Fuji Xerox’s Australian and New Zealand channel business.</p>
<p>Kozak has over 20 years of experience in sales and business development in the IT hardware and networking space. Prior to joining Fuji Xerox, Kozak was the Business Development Manager at Kalk Online and he has held positions with NetComm Limited and Sierra Brands Australia. In this role, Kozak is responsible for developing new business opportunities and managing the consumables business for Fuji Xerox’s channel business.</p>
<p>Chambers has spent the past 15 years specialising in sales of consumer products. He was at Lexmark International for almost ten years prior to joining Fuji Xerox. He has also spent a number of years working with Target. As National Distribution Manager, Chambers is responsible for Fuji Xerox’s distribution function, including building and maintaining relationships with its key partners.</p>
<p>Vlahos has over 15 years experience in corporate and channel sales. Having first joined Fuji Xerox seven years ago as Southern Region Manager, he has been the National Consumables Manager for the past two years. As Channel Sales Manager, Vlahos will be responsible for managing Fuji Xerox’s channel sales activities in Australian and New Zealand.</p>
<p>Borg has spent over 16 years with Fuji Xerox where he has held a number of sales and management roles. As General Manager, Borg will be responsible for driving the Fuji Xerox printer channel business to grow market share through a comprehensive channel acquisition program across Australia and New Zealand.</p>
<p>James Henderson, said, “Fuji Xerox is 100% dedicated to the channel and we are committed to helping our channel partners grow. We have created these new roles to better serve our partners and to capitalise on opportunities presented through the channel. The promotions we have made will strengthen our management team and help us deliver on our strategy we have built to expand our business.”</p>
<p>“Ken and Peter have accumulated a wealth of experience in the IT industry and we look forward to their involvement in creating significant value for our partners. Greg and David have been integral members of our senior leadership team and I would like to acknowledge their outstanding contribution to and thank them for their stellar efforts as recognised in these well deserved promotions.”</p>
<p>About Fuji Xerox</p>
<p>Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. is a 75-25 joint venture between FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation and Xerox Corporation (U.S.A.) that develops world-class office and publishing equipment/systems, digital colour/monochrome multifunction devices, as well as document management software, solutions and services in Japan and the Asia-Pacific region. It is also a world leader in printing and finishing solutions and offers a comprehensive range of colour and black and white printers, available through an extensive reseller channel and retail network. Fuji Xerox’s focus on research and development has led to many breakthroughs and a large number of patents, making it a global leader in technology, which adds greater value and boosts its customers’ productivity and efficiency.
Founded in 1962 with a headquarter in Tokyo, Japan, the Company employs approximately 40,000 people globally, and has more than 70 domestic and overseas affiliates and sales subsidiaries. Fuji Xerox’s consolidated revenues topped one trillion yen in fiscal 2003 for the first time.</p>
<p>For information on Fuji Xerox Printers, simply call 1300 793 769 or visit</p>
<p>Media Contact:</p>
<p>Almira Anthony</p>
<p>Max Australia</p>
<p>+61 2 9954 3492</p>

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