April 3, 2018
KYOCERA Document Solutions has appointed Takuya Marubayashi as the new President of the organisation’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) operations.
Under his leadership, the European headquarters (KDE) will “continue to deliver valuable products and services as the company drives its digital transformation and advances its efforts to be at the forefront of the Document Solutions industry”, according to the OEM.
The EMEA region is leading the digital transformation of the company worldwide.
The new president has a deep connection with the company, having worked for KYOCERA Corporation since 1999. Throughout his journey within the group, he has developed international experience in EMEA and Asia, with a series of high level management positions.
Prior to his new role, he was President of KYOCERA Mita China Sales and Trading Corporation (now Document Solutions China) and Senior General Manager of the Corporate Sales Division at KYOCERA Document Solutions Incorporated.
Mr. Marubayashi returns to KDE to take the leadership over and continue positioning EMEA as the prominent region in the Document Solutions business globally.
Mr. Marubayashi comments, “It is both an honour the company has placed on me and a responsibility I take most seriously in accepting the role of President for Kyocera Document Solutions in EMEA. We are in the midst of our transformation journey, and I am confident that we have the right people with the expertise and knowledge to achieve our strategy, objectives and to maintain Kyocera as a sector leader.
“Our stakeholders and partnerships are of paramount importance to the company and I aim to build on these relationships by offering the best support, skills sets and document solutions products in the industry, whilst accompanying our customers on this digital journey”.
The strategy, as Kyocera explains, will be “to remain a trusted partner for our customers of hardware products, to continue creating and developing software document solutions that respond to the market’s needs and to the digital user’s habits, and to encourage KDE’s growth by expanding our business in regions where we find opportunities.”
As President, the OEM states, Mr. Marubayashi will “further encourage the business’ strategy of diversification in the EMEA region.”
“As a company, KDE will continue expanding our business in regions where opportunities exist. However, what will remain vitally important is delivering a customer experience that makes a differential value within our various customer segments”, concludes Mr. Marubayashi.
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