Sunil Gupta is leaving Fuji Xerox Australia, two years after he was brought in to replace Neil Whittaker, who abruptly left the company in the wake of a later identified accounting scandal.
Takayuki Togo will take the role of managing director from October, making the move from senior general manager, marketing, Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific.
Togo says, “Australia is a market of enormous potential. I am thrilled to be leading Fuji Xerox Australia and will make it a growth driver for the entire Fuji Xerox organisation. I also want to thank Sunil who led this company to be leading other operating companies in providing best solutions and services that meet customer needs.”
A spokesperson from the company says Sunil Gupta has completed his assignment and will be returning to the United States of America, his home country.
The spokesperson notes, “He has been pivotal in Fuji Xerox Australia’s business transformation over the past two years.
“This turnaround effort has put the company back on the path to a bright future financially and operationally. Now in a position of strength the organisation is focused on delivering exceptional results for employees, customers and all stakeholders.
“Togo has extensive experience serving in leadership roles such as marketing and corporate strategy, and his leadership is essential in Fuji Xerox Australia’s growth path.”
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