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Fuji Xerox boosts channel sales staff

Fuji Xerox boosts channel sales staff

Fuji Xerox has made a number of hires and promotions for its ANZ printer channel sales division.

Greg Vlahos has been promoted to the role of channel sales manager and David Borg is now ANZ general manager. SMB acquisitions and consumables manager Ken Kozak and national distribution manager Peter Chambers have been appointed to new roles.

Kozak, Chambers and Vlahos report to Borg and will be responsible for Fuji Xerox’s ANZ channel business.

Vlahos first joined Fuji Xerox seven years ago as southern region manager and has been the national consumables manager for the past two years.

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.

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.

Borg has spent over 16 years with Fuji Xerox where he has held a number of sales and management roles.

Fuji Xerox president James Henderson says it created the new roles to better serve its partners and 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.”


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