Graeme Beardsell (Fujitsu)
Fujitsu has expanded ANZ main govt Graeme Beardsell’s part to involve the management of the company’s wider Asia-Pacific business.
Beardsell has been named government vice president and CEO for Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) powerful 1 April 2022, whilst also retaining the ANZ CEO job.
In his new function, Beardsell is envisioned to function with Fujitsu’s regional management workforce to placement the business further as a electronic transformation chief inside of APAC.
“I am honoured to have been entrusted by the worldwide management workforce to just take on the function of Government Vice President and CEO for Asia Pacific,” Beardsell explained.
“I look forward to translating the learnings and successes we have witnessed in the Australia and New Zealand sector into actionable insights for the region and to continuing to provide the best outcomes that help our shoppers to assistance their clients.”
The appointment comes pursuing Fujitsu’s establishment of four new locations in January 2022, particularly Japan, Europe, Americas and Asia Pacific. The new locations are aimed to simplify the company’s administration construction and to push advancement.
Beardsell joined Fujitsu Australia in 2020 as CEO following area boss Mike Foster still left right after near to ten decades at the corporation.
Prior to Fujitsu, Beardsell was APJ vice president and handling director of Akamai Systems from 2016 to 2020, and APJ basic manager from 2014 to 2016.
Other earlier stints involve gross sales and executive roles at Solace Systems, Experian, Misys, Salesforce, and IBM. He also worked at Victoria’s Section of Health and Human Solutions and Melbourne Drinking water.
Fujitsu head of international locations Hidenori Furuta explained, “Since Graeme took the helm of the Australia and New Zealand business almost 18 months back, Fujitsu’s functions in Australia and New Zealand have continued to expand from power to toughness.”
“He’s a driving force for improve in our organisation and we are thrilled to welcome Graeme to the Asia Pacific management staff. I am sure his earlier practical experience in Asia will bring gains to his new part.”