Thursday, 13 August 2020 14:23

Fujitsu picks Lennon for state role


Fujitsu has appointed Dave Lennon as Queensland state manager.

"Dave brings significant strengths to the role of Queensland state manager. His experience and leadership capabilities are exceptional and he knows how to work with key stakeholders across organisations to deliver successful outcomes for customers,” said Fujitsu ANZ vice president of sales and customer service management Conway Kosi.

Lennon has more than 20 years’ experience in technology, and joined Fujitsu after co-founding and running Business Aspect, even after it was acquired by Data#3 in 2014.

He is also a director of Strategic View Advisory.

Earlier in his career, Lennon held a variety of roles including principal consultant at Dimension Data, head of market development at Logica Asia, and regional communications consultant at Telstra.

He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from James Cook University, a Graduate Diploma of Business from Deakin University, and an MBA from Queensland University of Technology.

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