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New Sales and Marketing Manager at Laser Plus

Thursday, February 20 2003

New Sales and Marketing Manager at Laser Plus

Bruce Koefoed has been appointed Sales and Marketing Manager of Laser Plus Ltd, a New Zealand owned and operated information technology reseller specialising in digital print solutions. Laser Plus are based in Albany, Auckland.

In his new role at Laser Plus he will be responsible for the overall sales strategy, key account management, marketing and communications.

Mr Koefoed was most recently National Marketing Manager of Onesource. There he was part of the management team responsible for bringing the 'Onesource' brand to market, formed from combining the people and operations of U-Bix Document Solutions and Cogent Communications.

He has held numerous positions within New Zealand's information technology industry primarily serving 12 years at U-Bix Document Solutions in senior technical management and marketing roles.

Over the years he has attained extensive industry expertise in the areas of digital printing solutions, document management, business telephony, Voice Over IP, call centre solutions and business mobility solutions.

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