Fujitsu America Appoints Robert Pryor CEO And President


Fujitsu America has appointed Robert D. Pryor (Bob) as president and CEO. Mr. Pryor brings more than 30 years of experience to his new role, where he will be responsible for accelerating the growth of Fujitsu in North America and focusing the business on the needs of clients in the U.S., Canada and Caribbean.

Mr. Pryor joins Fujitsu with an extensive background in the IT industry and expertise in global operations, sales, client account management and complex infrastructures. He was most recently executive vice president of Genpact, where he had responsibility for all revenue and top line growth including account management and sales to new and existing clients.

Mr. Pryor also held several global business management roles at Hewlett-Packard, Capgemini, Ernst & Young, and Electronic Data Systems.


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