Uxbridge, U.K., 24 January, 2011-- Xerox UK and Ireland today announced the appointment of Mark McPhillips as director and general manager, Large Enterprise and Graphic Communications, and Martyn Train as general manager, Graphic Communications. Train will report to McPhillips.
In his new role McPhillips will have responsibility for driving Xerox’s industry-leading technology, solutions and managed print services business in the corporate and public sectors. McPhillips will oversee sales and go-to-market strategic direction for Xerox’s work with large organizations and with graphic communications businesses.
McPhillips joined Xerox in 1999 and has held various management responsibilities in sales, customer service and outsourced services. In 2007 McPhillips was appointed general manager of Xerox Ireland, and in January 2010 he also assumed responsibility for Xerox’s business in Scotland. McPhillips will retain both these responsibilities.
Train will lead Xerox’s Graphic Communications sales group. His objectives will be to take Xerox’s industry-leading technology, solutions and services to the printing industry and help customers maximise their efficiency and business opportunities. Train, who prior to this appointment was general manager, Marketing, Xerox UK and Ireland, has held various sales and sales management roles in a Xerox career that started in 1997.
“Both Mark and Martyn bring considerable knowledge and experience to their new roles. They’ll be instrumental in ensuring Xerox customers throughout the UK and Ireland make the most of Xerox’s industry-leading technology, solutions and services so they can focus on what matters most: their real business.” said Alan Charnley, managing director, Xerox UK and Ireland.
In his new role McPhillips succeeds Peter Taylor, who has been appointed programme director for Xerox’s Managed Print Services business across Europe.
About Xerox Europe
Xerox Europe, the European operations of Xerox Corporation, markets a comprehensive range of Xerox products, solutions and services, as well as associated supplies and software. Its offerings are focused on three main areas: offices from small to large, production print and graphic arts environments, and services that include consulting, systems design and management, and document outsourcing. Through ACS, A Xerox Company, which Xerox acquired in February 2010, Xerox also offers extensive business process outsourcing and IT outsourcing services, including data processing, HR benefits management, finance support, and customer relationship management services for commercial and government organizations worldwide. The 133,000 people of Xerox serve clients in more than 160 countries.
Xerox Europe also has manufacturing and logistics operations in Ireland, the UK and the Netherlands, and a research and development facility (Xerox Research Centre Europe) in Grenoble, France.
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