Printer vendor, Fuji Xerox, has named its new managers within the company’s marketing and sales departments in the South Pacific region (A/NZ).
Fuji Xerox general manager, David Borg, said the new managers are working towards strategy delivery for business expansion and creating significant value for their channel partners.
Anthony Toope has been appointed as marketing and channel operations manager A/NZ and will report to Borg. Toope has been with Fuji Xerox since 2009, where he served as sales operations manager.
His previous work experience includes high-profile senior roles at Samsung Print Solutions, Kyocera Mita and Phillips Consumer Electronics over a decade in the IT industry.
Brad Monsbourgh is marketing communications manager – Asia-Pacific and China. He will be responsible for the development and implementation of core internal, external and regional marketing communications projects and sales and marketing strategies within the Asia-Pacific.
Monsbourgh has been with Fuji Xerox for more than seven years and was previously regional consumables manager and regional marketing manager for Asia-Pacific and China. More recently, he functioned as their marketing and channel operations manager A/NZ.
Based in the Sydney office, he will directly report to Jeff Lee, the marketing general manager – Asia-Pacific and China.
Two new appointments have also been made within the sales team to strengthen channel sales.
Appointed to the new roles are Adnan Anakli, national distribution manager and Ihab Saleh, retail channel accounts manager across Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.
Anakli will assume responsibility of Fuji Xerox’s distribution function, including building and maintaining relationships with major channel partners.
Borg said, “Anthony and Brad have been integral members of our senior leadership team [and] Adnan and Ihab have an accumulated wealth of experience in the IT industry and we look forward to their contribution and involvement.”
The company made a similar arrangement with four appointments to its channel team structure back in November 2009.