Ricoh Malaysia COO Peter Wee promoted to MD

  • As COO, former PwC man oversaw double-digit growth
  • Aims to position Ricoh Malaysia as a services-led organisation
Ricoh Malaysia COO Peter Wee promoted to MD

RICOH Malaysia Sdn Bhd said it has promoted chief operating officer Peter Wee (pic above) to managing director.
With 19 years of business-leading experience at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), as Ricoh Malaysia managing director, he will now oversee overall operations, development and growth of the business in Malaysia, the company said in a statement.
Wee aims to position Ricoh Malaysia as a services-led organisation, fulfilling its mission to be a total office and business solutions provider, the company said.
With a strong emphasis on building relationships within and outside of Ricoh, he has a vision to increase Ricoh Malaysia’s market presence with new services, accomplished through the upskilling of employees.
“Being granted this opportunity to lead Ricoh Malaysia as managing director is a great challenge but an honourable privilege,” said Wee.
“Ricoh has very much become a part of me and I look forward to charting greater heights with the team, living true to (and through) our brand tagline, ‘Imagine. Change.’ – creating change in the Malaysian workplace, and becoming your ideal business partner,” he added.
Wee served as Ricoh Malaysia’s chief operating officer beginning August 2012, overseeing operations from sales and finance, to administration, driving growth from 250 to 510 employees, and attaining double-digit market growth in the last three years under his leadership, the company claimed.
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