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Unisys turns focus on Asia Pacific with expanded leadership team

25 May 2016

Unisys is concentrating its efforts in the Asia Pacific region with the expansion of of it’s APAC leadership team.

The company announced Corrine Murphy will step into the newly created role of director of planning and operations for the region.

Murphy will be tasked with determining the strategic and operational priorities for Unisys’ business in the Asia Pacific region, which represented 13% of the company’s global revenue in Q1 2016.

Specifically, she will be responsible for planning and implementing organisational change through process improvements and operational efficiencies to support excellence in service delivery for clients across the region.

Tony Windever, vice president and general manager, Enterprise Solutions, Asia Pacific, Unisys, says the Asia Pacific is a strategically important growth market for Unisys.

“Corrine’s appointment is a clear example of our commitment to ensuring continued focus on client-centric service excellence through an efficient and innovative organisation, building on our already successful business in the region,” he says.

Murphy has most recently held several operational leadership roles at CSC including chief operations officer for ANZ consulting and global sales transformation lead, where she led a number of transformation programs; and director of sales support for Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa. She has also held roles at Deutsche Bank and IBM.

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