Cisco has reported the appointment of another President for its Asia Pacific and Japan business.
Following three years in charge of Cisco Japan, Miyuki Suzuki has been elevated to President for Asia Pacific and Japan. Accused of territorial income development crosswise over 18 showcases, and driving client digital transformation and cybersecurity endeavors, Suzuki will answer to Chris Dedicoat, official VP of Worldwide Sales and Field Operations.
A prepared official with over 35 years’ understanding, preceding Cisco, Suzuki served in various initiative positions for associations all through Asia, traversing crosswise over innovation, aeronautics, broadcast communications and money related services.
Suzuki expect the initiative from Irving Tan, who a month ago went up against the recently made part of senior vice president of Operations and Digital. Joining Chairman and CEO Chuck Robbins’ official authority group, Tan will be in charge of driving Cisco’s digital transformation over the organization in association with Sales, Engineering and different capacities.
Commenting on her appointment, Miyuki Suzuki, President, Asia Pacific & Japan at Cisco said: “Asia boasts incredible diversity, with each country presenting new, and often untapped opportunities. With growing economies and increasing technological maturity, Cisco is positioning itself at the heart of regional innovation, enabling customers to collaborate and transform by taking the time to understand the needs of each individual market. I’m looking forward to the challenges ahead and developing new bridges.”
“Miyuki has been instrumental in driving Cisco’s breakthrough growth in Japan in recent years by securing a broad partner network, developing exemplary company initiatives and building customer trust,” added Chris Dedicoat, executive vice president of Worldwide Sales and Field Operations at Cisco. “I’m confident Miyuki has the right experience, innovative thinking and leadership qualities to capture market opportunities across the wider region in her expanded role.”
As of now situated in Tokyo, Suzuki will migrate to Cisco’s Asia Pacific and Japan home office in Singapore sooner rather than later. Recruitment is in progress for her successor for President of Cisco Japan and will be declared at the appropriate time.