Fujitsu Malaysia appoints new sales VP for public sector
By Digital News Asia August 2, 2013
- Appoints Rusydan Yusof as VP of sales
- Tasked with driving business growth in public sector market
FUJITSU has appointed Rusydan Yusof (pic) to the role of vice president of Sales, Public Sector in Malaysia, effective immediately.
Rusydan brings to Fujitsu over 20 years of experience in managing, planning and executing various ICT projects for the public sector industry.
In his new role at Fujitsu, Rusydan is set to leverage his sound industry knowledge to drive the profitability and business growth of Fujitsu Malaysia, together with the local management team.
The ICT solutions and services provider is confident that Rusydan’s strong business acumen, management experience and amicable inter-personal skills will be great assets to the organisation and can further elevate the company’s strong growth momentum in the public sector and increase its overall market share.
Commenting on his appointment, Rusydan said he looked forward to working with the team at Fujitsu to deliver ICT offerings that meets customers’ business needs.
“By capitalising on Fujitsu’s technology innovation, I hope to be able to help our customers address their ICT challenges by providing them the solutions that not only solve their challenges, but enhance their business efficiency.
"Fujitsu’s strong technology presence in the field of cloud [computing], systems integration and network convergence is essential to today’s businesses, especially with the recent explosive growth of data and mobility trends,” he said.
Rusydan started his career as a sales executive in the Oil, Gas and Energy sector servicing clients such as Petronas, TNB and more before moving into the ICT sector. Within the ICT sector, his experience was in developing channel businesses as well maintaining direct engagements with government clients.
He has a proven track record in delivering large and medium projects throughout his career, with stakeholders being within the government agencies, government linked companies and higher learning institutions, Fujitsu said.