Jezmynn Koh-Turner has been appointed as Head of Marketing for Asia Pacific to support its ambitious growth strategy across the region.
"I'm delighted to welcome Jezmynn to Fujitsu," says Graeme Beardsell, CEO, Fujitsu Asia Pacific.
"With extensive experience in the enterprise technology market across the Asia Pacific region, she is the ideal executive to lead our Asia Pacific marketing team as we look to elevate our position as a trusted digital transformation and sustainability transformation company in the region."
Based in Singapore, Koh-Turner will join the APAC leadership team and will focus on supporting the company's regional business strategy and building the Fujitsu Uvance brand.
Koh-Turner is an accomplished marketing and communications leader in the enterprise tech and SaaS markets and brings with her more than two decades of Asia Pacific experience, including responsibility for the Greater China, North Asia, South Asia, Australian and ASEAN markets.
"We look forward to working with Jezmynn in supporting the business strategy and financial objectives for the APAC region and building the Fujitsu Uvance brand," says Dr Laura Bonamici, Vice Head, Global Marketing, Fujitsu.
"She is passionate about driving integrated marketing and communications strategies to generate market awareness, shift perception and impact purchase consideration, and will no doubt be a great asset to our company."
Koh-Turner held marketing and communication leadership roles at SingTel, F5 Networks, Commvault and most recently, as Director of Marketing for German-based enterprise SaaS solutions provider, Jedox AG, for the APAC and MEA regions. She commenced her career at Fujitsu in 1999, supporting go-to-market strategies at Fujitsu Asia for seven years.
"I am very pleased to have re-joined Fujitsu during such an exciting period of transformation and I look forward to collaborating with the Global Marketing team and the Asia Pacific organisation to support Fujitsu's growth strategy and bring to life our purpose-led strategic direction and focus," Koh-Turner says.