Fujitsu UK & Ireland Leadership Team
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, FUJITSU UK & IRELAND
Duncan is an industry veteran with over 25 years’ experience of the IT services and technology market. As Chief Executive for Fujitsu in UK & Ireland, Duncan is accountable for client satisfaction, business growth and profitability. Duncan joined Fujitsu in 2009 as Managing Director for the Company's private sector business, which his team grew by more than 50% before being promoted to his current role.
MARKETING DIRECTOR, FUJITSU UK & IRELAND
A board level marketer, currently leading marketing activity in the UK for the £27bn global IT company, Fujitsu. He has worked for some of the UK’s strongest brands, including Virgin, Post Office and Thomas Cook; and is Chairman of the social enterprise TSBC; a NED at Coventry University, and is secretary to the Armed Forces Committee for the Worshipful Company of Marketors.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, PUBLIC SECTOR
Nigel joined Fujitsu in October 2011 as Executive Director for the UK Public Sector, where he has responsibility for leading all aspects of our Public Sector business. Nigel has extensive experience across the IT sector, with a track record of delivering profit and growth through a variety of senior UK and European roles.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, HOSTING & NETWORK SERVICES GROUP
Andy Stevenson has responsibility for the growth of the Hosting & Network Services Group, as well as for the development of Fujitsu’s telecommunications products and services business across EMEA. Andy has extensive experience in the European telecommunications industry, from sales, marketing, design, manufacturing and field operations through to senior executive roles.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, END-USER SERVICES GROUP
Richard Bull joined Fujitsu in 2000 as the National Resource Manager for UK mobile engineering, managing 850 engineers across the UK. Richard then moved on to the DTI (now BIS) as Service Director and then Operations Director. Richard then managed senior customer relationships in our Public Sector team before taking on his current role in April 2012.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, BUSINESS & APPLICATION SERVICES GROUP
After earning a first-class honours degree in 1994, Helen joined Fujitsu (then ICL) on the graduate programme. Helen gained experience in a number of areas, including HR and Finance, before being appointed as Service Manager for a major European financial services customer. Before moving to her current role, Helen ran Fujitsu’s UK service desk operations.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, TECHNOLOGY PRODUCT GROUP
Michael is the Executive Director for Technology Products Group - the team responsible for Fujitsu’s infrastructure products and solutions business in the UK & Ireland. Michael joined Fujitsu in March 2006 as a Business Unit Director in our UK Government Division, before taking on responsibility for our technology solutions business.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
Regina began her career as an Electronics Engineer with Amdahl where she was co-founder of the services and consulting group. In 1997, Regina co-founded DMR Consulting Ireland where she held the role of Director of Operations responsible for Project Delivery. From there, she moved to DMR Consulting, which became Fujitsu Consulting and subsequently merged with Fujitsu Services in April 2004 and Fujitsu Siemens in April 2009. Regina was appointed COO of Fujitsu Services Ireland in August 2006 and MD of Fujitsu Ireland in May 2009. Regina holds an MBA from Dublin City University.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, SALES & MARKETING
With responsibility for growing Fujitsu’s business across public and private sector, Paul is focused on developing Fujitsu’s market presence and helping clients to benefit from the Company’s broad range of offerings. Paul joined Fujitsu in January 2010 having gained extensive experience in senior Sales and business management roles across the European IT sector.
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
With 13 years' experience in IT services in various leadership roles, Gavin joined Fujitsu in 2009 and is accountable for working across the Executive team to ensure Fujitsu achieves its business targets and driving company-wide change programmes and initiatives.
Before moving into the IT sector, Gavin spent 13 years in aviation, working in over twenty countries leading the sales, design, build and implementation of numerous infrastructure and technology projects. He also advised foreign governments on legal and regulatory compliance and institutional change.
Gavin strongly believes that a company can do well by doing good and as Chair of its CSR Board is helping Fujitsu to make a significant contribution to society. He is a member of BITC’s Community Investment Leadership Team and is a member of the Presidents Club of the Business Forum on Disability.
Ella joined Fujitsu in 2000, having gained experience in managing complex HR issues whilst working for a major charity in the voluntary sector. Joining as an HR Manager for the PFI and Functional Shared Services, Ella spent time in various business units before being appointed HR Director in Core Services in 2005. From 2006 Ella led Fujitsu's lean-based continuous improvement programme before being appointed HR Director, UK & Ireland, in April 2009.
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Steve was appointed to the role of Chief Financial Officer, UK & Ireland, in April 2009. Steve joined Fujitsu Services from ICL in April 2002 as Finance Director for the Company's newly-formed service delivery organisation. Working closely with the Chief Operating Officer, Steve assisted with the design and implementation of the Fujitsu Services business model and was instrumental in developing significant cost improvement plans that underpinned the successful turnaround of the former ICL business.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, COMMERCIAL, LEGAL & ASSURANCE
David gained an LLB Honours degree in Law from King’s College, London. He trained as a solicitor with London law firm Bird & Bird, before joining STC plc as Legal Adviser. In 1991, STC plc was acquired by Nortel where he remained until 2001 rising to European General Counsel, responsible for the Legal, Commercial and IP business of Nortel in EMEA. He then joined CMS Cameron McKenna, a London law firm, as a partner in the Technology and Media Group where he was involved in a number of major transactions. David joined Fujitsu in March 2007 and worked in the Private Sector Division. He was appointed Legal & Commercial Director for UK & Ireland in October 2009.