Xerox Magyarország welcomes new general manager

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Marius Persinaru was appointed country general manager at Xerox Magyarország, the company announced yesterday.

In his new role Persinaru will oversee Xerox’s local operation, which pursues growth opportunities for document management outsourcing, managed print services and technology sales in Hungary. He will also concentrate on offering partners competitive and profitable business solutions with easy access to the company’s products and services.

Persinaru (51) has been at the company for over 17 years. He is joining Xerox Magyarország from Xerox CIT (CEE, Israel, Turkey), where he was Chief Commercial Officer, responsible for regional commercial strategy to ensure organizational development in marketing and sales, and previously Xerox Developing Markets East as Operations Vice President.

Prior to this, Persinaru served in a number of senior marketing, sales and strategy roles at Xerox including Country General Manager in Romania & Moldova, Czech Republic & Slovakia. He received his bachelor’s degrees in hydro energetics engineering from the Polytechnic Institute Bucharest.

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