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Fuji Xerox Printers appoints new country manager for NZ

17 Aug 17

Fuji Xerox Printers has appointed a new country manager for New Zealand following the departure of Bruce Koefoed earlier this year.

Koefoed is staying with the company, moving into a strategic sales manager position.

Angus Malietoa is the company’s new country manager for New Zealand, and he brings experience in driving sales within region across channel to the role.

With his proven track record for generating a strong sales pipeline and building channel connections, Malietoa has been tasked with driving sales within the region across the channel, distribution, and retail segments, while maintaining relationships with Fuji Xerox Printers’ current partners and resellers.

Prior to joining Fuji Xerox Printers, Malietoa held management and sales roles at Ricoh and Fuji Xerox New Zealand and most recently Kyocera Document Solutions.

In discussing his strategic plans for the New Zealand market, Malietoa says, “With a world renown brand and a strong partner engagement strategy, our focus is to increase our support with existing partners and develop new relationships across NZ.”

“People buy from people so our intention is to be a visible partner and to get in front of our resellers as often as possible and help them secure every opportunity, small or big.”

Malietoa adds, “With a reliable and pro-active team operating out of Auckland, New Zealand resellers can be confident that Fuji Xerox Printers is committed to delivering world class service and products locally and ensuring our customer’s experience the quality brand that is Fuji Xerox.”

Fuji Xerox is a subsidiary of Japanese company Fujifilm Holdings and American organisation Xerox Corporation.

Fuji Xerox distributes Fuji Xerox and Xerox Corporation products and services throughout the Asia Pacific region with operations in Japan, Australia, Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines, Thailand, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, China, Indonesia and Hong Kong.

The company's regional office is in Sydney, Australia. 

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