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Xerox appoints John Bruno as president and COO

Xerox has appointed John Bruno as president and chief operating officer (COO). Mr. Bruno joins the team following Steven Bandrowczak’s promotion to CEO earlier this year.

In this role, Mr. Bruno will work with the CEO and leadership team to shape the company’s global strategy and will be accountable for operating model advancements to improve company performance. He will also oversee global offerings, service delivery, marketing, manufacturing, supply chain, procurement, information technology, and Xerox’s IT services business unit, according to the company.

Mr. Bruno comes to Xerox after seven years with Aon, where he most recently served as chief operating officer and chief executive officer of Data & Analytic Services. Throughout his 30-year career, he has held senior leadership positions with NCR, United Parcel Service, Cisco, Merrill Lynch, and Goldman Sachs, according to Xerox.

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