Steve Green joins Fuji Xerox

Industry veteran Steve Green is the new sales chief at Fuji Xerox Australia, replacing Garry Gray in the role of executive general manager – Sales.

Green’s new role encompasses all of the Fuji Xerox business not just production print. Gray was with the company for a decade, and is leaving to ‘pursue other interests’.

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Green started his print career with Oce Australia, working with the company for 17 years until 2000 when he joined Ricoh as national sales manager, remaining for four years until he moved to Creo as its ANZ sales manager. He then joined Kodak when it bought Creo and became Asia Pacific regional managing director, before joining EFI in 2013, where he was vice president Asia Pacific until earlier this year.

Fuji Xerox says, “Green comes to Fuji Xerox Australia bringing 25 years of industry experience. In his most recent assignments, he has held Asia Pacific Leadership roles which included the Australian market.

"He has been responsible for leading change, driving transformation and growth. He is a sales leader who puts strong emphasis on developing and maintaining positive relationships with customers.”

Green’s first day is today, Gray leaves tomorrow.



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3 thoughts on “Steve Green joins Fuji Xerox

  1. It is a revolving door at the top level. Over 100% turnover in the past 12 months reporting into the Managing Director. I wonder what the problem could be? Good luck Green – I hope you have an attractive exit clause in your executive contract.

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