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Fujitsu MD returns to NZ to replace outgoing Healey

Fujitsu MD returns to NZ to replace outgoing Healey

Stuart Stitt is returning to New Zealand to take up the role of Managing Director of Fujitsu, a position he held in 2007 after the acquisition of Infinity Solutions.

Stuart Stitt is returning to New Zealand to take up the role of Managing Director of Fujitsu, a position he held in 2007 after the acquisition of Infinity Solutions.

Stitt has spent the past three years as CFO of Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand but returns to replace Jo Healey, who last month became Managing Director at Dimension Data in New Zealand.

Fujitsu New Zealand employs more than 800 staff in 18 locations throughout the country.


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