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New channel marketing manager for Fujitsu

Neil Walker to drive company’s document capture business

New channel marketing manager for Fujitsu
Walker succeeds Robert Young who will take over new responsibilities within Fujitsu.

Fujitsu, an ICT company offering a range of technology products, solutions and services, has appointed Neil Walker as the new channel marketing manager for its document scanner business from 1 April 2014.

In the role, Walker is in charge of the support and development of channel partners in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). The company said its goal is to further strengthen its position in the market for professional document scanners. Walker succeeds Robert Young who will take over new responsibilities within Fujitsu.

"Neil brings longstanding channel and marketing expertise and valuable know-how to our company," said Catrina Clulow, marketing director for PFU Imaging Solutions Europe Ltd, the manufacturer of Fujitsu image scanners. "We are sure that his appointment will further strengthen our position within the document capture market in EMEA and deliver even greater value to our channel partners in this region."

The company said Walker will be based in the UK and the latest assignment enables him to add significant value to the Fujitsu scanner channel community. Walker has more than 20 years industry experience in both channel and product marketing and consultancy to several UK-based technology clients and Silicon Valley-based start-ups. His career also includes a number of marketing leadership positions with Cisco in the EMEA region.

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