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01 Jul 06

Brent White has moved from Gen-i to join Fujitsu NZ as service delivery director.

White says he was attracted to Fujitsu because of its commitment to recapturing its position as a tier one player in the market and its focus on continuous improvement.

Peter McFarlane, Fujitsu ANZ executive general manager – infrastructure services, is pleased to have such an experienced and capable service delivery director on board.

“Services represent an increasingly large proportion of our New Zealand business – more than 60% - and Brent’s role is all encompassing. His experience in working with some of the largest organisations and his track record in terms of staff retention and revenue growth were deciding factors in his appointment,” he says.

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