The leading financial service provider in the world, Xerox Corp (NYSE:XRX) has decided to appoint Bruce W. Jones as the new Group President of its financial services. As per the reports, the announcement was made by the company on Friday.
Xerox serves clients in the capital market, banking industry, insurance sector and other professional services. As the Group President of financial services, Jones will lead the global business operations in all of these sectors. He will report to Bob Zapfel, President, Xerox Corp.
Zapfel was excited to welcome Jones in the company. According to him, Jones comes with an extremely rich experience in IT and business process outsourcing industry. His expertise in sales and business development in the financial sector put him on top of the list of candidates that Xerox had considered for this role. Xerox has spent last few years in developing its industry focused business operational model.
With the arrival of Jones in the senior leadership team, the company is all set to implement its business model in the market. Zapfel hopes that Jones will prove to be an excellent leader and second to none partner to Xerox’s clients and help them fulfill their objectives and achieve business goals.
The new go-to-market model of Xerox Corp (NYSE:XRX) focuses on serving clients in the best possible way through world-class delivery capabilities and specific industry verticals. With the help of this mode, company’s portfolio of services that include human resource, customer care outsourcing, transaction processing and professional services is going to touch new heights in the future.
Bruce Jones stated that due to increased market competition, clients have to run their operation in a fast-paced and complex marketplace, and Xerox is committed to delivering innovative solutions to get rid of these challenges. He hoped to contribute to Xerox’s growth process to take it to newer heights in the coming years.
DISCLOSURE: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors, and do not represent the views of USmarketsDaily.com. Readers should not consider statements made by the author as formal recommendations and should consult their financial advisor before making any investment decisions. To read our full disclosure, please go to: