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Software Licensing Development & Strategy Manager

Fujitsu New Zealand appoints Software Licensing Development & Strategy Manager

Wellington, 20 August 2008 – IT services company Fujitsu New Zealand has appointed Linda Te Maipi Software Licensing Development & Strategy Manager.

Based in Wellington, Te Maipi has a nationwide role delivering License Management Specialisation to Fujitsu’s customers with notable focus on Microsoft’s software stack. Her role will include license strategy, negotiation, contract management and compliance.

Te Maipi brings to this role a wealth of licensing experience spanning public sector, local government and commercial organisations. Previously she has held licensing roles within Unisys, Gen-i and Accordo.

ENDS

About Fujitsu
Fujitsu is one of the country’s leading service providers of information technology, business and communications solutions and a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. Utilising partnerships with world leading suppliers of software, hardware and peripherals and their own team of specialists Fujitsu delivers a full range of offerings from strategic consulting to application and infrastructure solutions and support services.

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