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Fujitsu appoints new UK head amid restructure

by Duncan MacRae| 15 May 2014

Business unit refocus targets global customers.

Fujitsu has appointed Michael Keegan as head of its £1.8bn business in the UK & Ireland.

Keegan spent the last three and a half years leading Fujitsu's Technology Products Group for the UK & Ireland.

He takes the reins from Duncan Tait, recently promoted to head of EMEIA who is cited with 12 consecutive quarters of growth during his tenure.

Tait said: "With nearly thirty years' experience in the IT sector, and over six years leading various business units for Fujitsu Michael has a proven ability to lead and accelerate growth."

Keegan said: "With a more global approach to our business, we will be able to service our large private sector customers across borders, realising our full potential and becoming a formidable player in the IT sector globally."

Keegan previously worked at Royal Mail Group/Post Office, Magex, MasterCard and Nat West. He joined Fujitsu in 2006.

The executive moves form part of a larger restructure for Fujitsuas the company seeks to tackle globalisation in the ICT market. This has resulted in the creation of larger regions which report directly in to the Japanese headquarters.

Source: Company Press Release

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