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Fuji Xerox New Zealand strengthens executive team

9 February 2012

Fuji Xerox New Zealand strengthens executive team

New senior management appointments signal a strong year for business

Fuji Xerox New Zealand today announced the appointment of Gavin Pollard as General Manager of Sales Operations effective 1 April 2012.

This announcement follows the recent appointment of Paul Prouse to General Manager of Services and Solutions – strengthening the Fuji Xerox team and putting in place a solid foundation for growth in 2012.

Neil Whittaker, Managing Director at Fuji Xerox New Zealand, says the two recent appointments highlight the strength of the company heading into the New Year, and the renewed focus on services and solutions.

“Both Gavin and Paul have been strong players in the Fuji Xerox team. Gavin has been pivotal in expanding the major accounts team, bolstering business by 500 percent, and Paul has helped lead Fuji Xerox New Zealand to the number one position in its traditional business sectors.”

“With a combined track record of more than 42 years at Fuji Xerox New Zealand, Gavin and Paul are armed with a wealth of industry and company knowledge, and I am confident the successes they enjoyed in their previous roles will be continued as they take on new challenges.”

Gavin will manage all sales operations nationally and sit on the senior management team at Fuji Xerox New Zealand, as will Paul. Paul will also run the new business division at Fuji Xerox New Zealand, specialising in re-engineering complex business workflows by simplifying process and increasing user efficiency.

“We are committed to providing innovative solutions that help New Zealand organisations maximise efficiency and drive down cost – this is an exciting time for Fuji Xerox and I look forward to the company moving into the next phase of its evolution,” says Neil.

About Fuji Xerox
Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. is a 75-25 joint venture between FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation and Xerox Corporation (U.S.A.) that develops, manufactures and markets 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 also manufactures digital copy machines, multifunction devices and printers for worldwide distribution. Fuji Xerox’s focus on research and development has led to many breakthroughs and patents, making it a global leader in technology, which adds greater value and boosts its customers’ productivity and efficiency.

Founded in 1962 with its headquarter in Tokyo, Japan, the Company currently employs 40,000 people globally, and has more than 70 domestic and overseas affiliates and sales subsidiaries. More information of Fuji Xerox is available at


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