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Fuji Xerox New Zealand hires Australian expertise

Appointment release
27 February 2008


Fuji Xerox New Zealand hires Australian expertise

Leading technology brand, Fuji Xerox, has recently appointed Rod Vickers as its new Solutions Product Marketing Manager.

Vickers will focus on solution tools and partnerships that allow customers to get the best from Fuji Xerox technology, a key objective for Fuji Xerox this year.

Vickers brings a wealth of experience to this role which he can pass on to colleagues and customers. His career with Fuji Xerox Australia spans more than 12 years, with prior roles including Digital Analyst and Solution Architect. More recently his focus was the promotion of Fuji Xerox office solutions around Australia by growing awareness and improving the features and functionality of the solutions portfolio.

“I am looking forward to merging Kiwi know-how and the Fuji Xerox experience to broaden our solutions offering in the competitive office arena,” says Vickers.

“Today with Fuji Xerox’s new Apeos technology these solutions are even more integrated within our customers’ environment, allowing them to focus on their prime business functions.”

Prior to Fuji Xerox, Vickers held roles at Australia National University.


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About Fuji Xerox New Zealand
Fuji Xerox New Zealand markets Xerox products, solutions and services throughout New Zealand. Fuji Xerox's mission is to be the leader in the global document management market, providing solutions that provide a bridge between the paper and digital worlds and enhance business productivity through the sharing of knowledge. For further information about Fuji Xerox, please visit: www.fujixerox.co.nz

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