Fairfield, NJ – Kyocera Document Solutions America, Inc. announces the arrival of John Arzberger as the new Vice President, Information Technology.
Consistent with the company’s core value of customer centricity, Kyocera has taken a decisive step to further strengthen the area of information technology (IT) by adding a respected industry leader to its leadership ‘Dream Team’.
John Arzberger joins Kyocera with over 25 years of experience creating strategic IT visions, plans, solutions, and environments that lead to improved business performance. It is precisely this blend and depth of know-how that will undoubtedly prove to be integral to Kyocera’s overarching strategy in an era that is becoming increasingly defined by all things digital.
“The successful recruitment of John Arzberger is a big win for the organization. His track record speaks for itself, and his expertise will be a major asset as we enhance our information technology systems, allowing our customers to seamlessly interact with Kyocera,” said Óscar Sánchez, President & CEO, Kyocera Document Solutions America, Inc.
The arrival of Arzberger from FXI comes hot on the heels of two other Vice Presidents joining the Kyocera team, and is again a testament to the company’s commitment to combining the best professionals with the best technology in its bid to deliver industry-leading solutions to customers.
At FXI, Arzberger held the position of Director, Business Intelligence and Business Applications, and was responsible for identifying the organization’s strategic and technology initiatives, as well as end-to-end solutions in such areas as ERP, CRM, Business Intelligence, Intranet collaboration, and Agile development. This added to his experience elsewhere at companies such as IMEX Global Solutions, Ashland, Comcast, and AT&T. It gives him a profile that complements Kyocera’s vision of Information Technology to a tee.
“At Kyocera, we want to keep raising the bar, to keep aiming higher. Not only will John bring a wealth of experience, but he will also bring fresh ideas and perspectives. He will push us to become better at what we do so that we can add new value to our offerings,” Sánchez concludes.
The move represents just the latest step towards making Kyocera the most modern and easiest manufacturer to do business with in this industry, as it continues to launch new products and open new markets in the coming months. With Arzberger on board, Kyocera looks set to do just that.
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