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Michael Keegan

Michael Keegan

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Head of EMEIA Product Business Chairman UK & Ireland

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In July 2015, Michael Keegan was appointed to lead Fujitsu’s Europe, Middle East, India & Africa (EMEIA) Product Business, and as Chairman of Fujitsu UK & Ireland.
In leading Fujitsu’s EMEIA Product Business, Michael’s primary focus is on driving innovation by tracking changing customer requirements and market trends. Michael holds responsibility for Fujitsu’s complete product lifecycle from Research & Development, Purchasing and Production, to Business and Sales Operation.

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In July 2015, Michael Keegan was appointed to lead Fujitsu’s Europe, Middle East, India & Africa (EMEIA) Product Business, and as Chairman of Fujitsu UK & Ireland. In leading Fujitsu’s EMEIA Product Business, Michael’s primary focus is on driving innovation by tracking changing customer requirements and market trends. Michael holds responsibility for Fujitsu’s complete product lifecycle from Research & Development, Purchasing and Production, to Business and Sales Operation.

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