Thursday, 11 April 2019 03:02

IT industry veteran Kosi takes on Oceania executive role with Fujitsu

Conway Kosi, Fujitsu Oceania Conway Kosi, Fujitsu Oceania

Japanese ICT firm Fujitsu has appointed 30-year IT industry veteran Conway Kosi as vice-president of sales, customer service management and marketing for the Oceania region.

Fujitsu says that in his new role Conway would be responsible for driving the company’s sales and marketing strategy, focusing on customer requirements and on achieving the best results for customers.

Conway has 30 years of experience in the IT industry in Australia, Europe, the US and Japan, and initially joined Fujitsu Australia in 2006. He held various leadership roles before moving to Japan in 2011 as head of International Marketing.

Between 2013 and 2016, Conway was head of Fujitsu’s Nordic business covering Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Norway, and Sweden. Most recently, he was responsible for Fujitsu’s Digital Technology Services business, the end-to-end services business for Fujitsu in Europe. Conway also served as chair of the EMEA Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Council.

Mike Foster, chief executive, Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand, said: “It is important that we continue to deliver value to our customers through innovation and we are pleased to have Conway rejoin the Oceania team in this important role.

“He is an experienced business leader with a proven record of accomplishment in driving digital innovation across multiple industries.

“Conway has served many key roles in Fujitsu, he has a deep knowledge of our global business that will help to leverage the Fujitsu’s global capability in this region.”

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