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Fujitsu taps DXC talent to run NZ business

Fujitsu taps DXC talent to run NZ business

Mika Joronen was​ most recently director of New Zealand at DXC Technology

Mika Joronen (Fujitsu)

Mika Joronen (Fujitsu)

Credit: Fujitsu

Fujitsu has appointed Mika Joronen as country manager of New Zealand, replacing Mike Bull who is returning to Australia.

The industry veteran will assume local responsibilities on 23 October, and will be based in Wellington.

Joronen joins Fujitsu with more than 20 years experience in the technology industry across New Zealand, having held key management roles at Infinity Solutions, Datacom and HP.

Most recently, Joronen was director of New Zealand at DXC Technology.

“We are pleased to have Mika join the Fujitsu team and to lead our New Zealand business,” said Mike Foster, CEO of Australia and New Zealand at Fujitsu.

“Based on his extensive experience in the ICT industry in New Zealand he is very well positioned to further strengthen our excellent customer relationships and continue the growth of our business in New Zealand.”


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