New Management Changes at OKI Data Americas

OKI execsMay 5, 2015 – OKI Data Americas reports that it’s changed the structure and staffing of its marketing and sales organizations to better align with its parent corporation’s global configuration and business objectives. It says the changes underscore its commitment to supporting print-reliant business segments and other strategic initiatives to ensure the company’s long-term profitable growth.

Hiroyuki Fukushima has been promoted to vice president of Office Solutions Marketing. In his new role, Fukushima is responsible for North American product marketing of color and monochrome single-function and MFPs, as well as serial-impact dot-matrix printers, including overseeing the office and cross-industry group, managed-print services operations, and software solutions. Since 2010, Fukushima held the position of director of non-impact product marketing for OKI Data Americas.

Mark Hansinger has been promoted to vice president of U.S. sales. In this role, Hansinger is responsible for managing the U.S. sales organization, including the company’s national-sales strategy. Hansinger will direct activity for the organization’s channel, commercial and public sector, direct-channel, graphic-arts and production, BTA, commercial and public-sector sales teams. As part of the reorganization, OKI Data’s Strategic Business Relationships and Original Equipment Manufacturing teams are also part of Hansinger’s sales organization. Most recently, Hansinger held the positions of vice president of U.S. Channel Sales, and director of U.S. Commercial Sales.

“The evolution of our company’s marketing and sales structure will further optimize resources for greater efficiency and service delivery to our distribution partners and end-users, alike,” said Sergio Horikawa, deputy president of OKI Data Americas. “By aligning our marketing and sales organizations, OKI Data is better-positioned attack the global market in a more integrated fashion.”

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