Thursday, 9 July 2015
Fujitsu Names Tony O’Malley New CEO of Fujitsu Ireland
Fujitsu has today announced the appointment of Tony O’Malley as the new CEO of Fujitsu Ireland. He will take up the position with immediate effect, replacing Regina Moran who has been appointed as CEO of Fujitsu UK & Ireland.
Tony O’Malley has worked with Fujitsu Ireland since 1998 in a variety of roles and most recently as Customer Accounts Director. As a member of the Fujitsu Ireland Leadership Team, he has been responsible for theoverall development of the Fujitsu business in Ireland through strategic relationships with key customers.
In his new position, Tony will lead the strategic and day-to-day operations of Fujitsu Ireland at a national and international level. With a continued emphasis on the core offerings of Fujitsu Ireland, he will work with the senior management team and broader business to build on the success to date and deliver cutting edge and sustainable IT solutions for existing and potential client partners.
Commenting on his new role, Tony O’Malley, CEO Fujtisu Ireland commented; “I am delighted to be taking over as CEO of Fujitsu Ireland. Having worked with the company for nearly twenty years, I have witnessed its development and growth. While Fujitsu is a truly global company, Fujitsu Ireland has developed a strong Irish heritage through its partnership with customers, colleagues and the local community in which we operate“.
“We pride ourselves on being a forward thinking company and Fujitsu Ireland plays an important role within the overall Fujitsu global network through its research and development activities. Ultimately our customers benefit from these local and global expertise, and in my role I will continue to work with my colleagues to ensure these standards are maintained and improved as the Fujitsu Ireland business continues to grow and evolve”.
With over 27 years’ management experience, prior to joining Fujitsu Ireland, Tony was an Officer (Captain) in the Communication and Information Services Directorate of the Irish Army. Tony is a graduate of Dublin City University
Posted by Editor in Chief at 09:39