Ricoh Malaysia changes management

Ricoh Malaysia changes management
Alice Lee ready to help Ricoh Malaysia in a new growth phase

Ricoh Malaysia has appointed Alice Lee as the chief operating officer replacing Peter Wee.
She will report direct to Kazuhisa Goto, managing director of Ricoh Asia Pacific. He says, “Under Peter’s leadership, Ricoh Malaysia has grown from a RM119m company into a RM200m revenue company, a remarkable achievement in itself."
Lee says, “I am thankful to be appointed this role. All customers and business partners can be rest assured that it will be a smooth transition. Our main core business of hardware will still be the priority and will continue to provide customer first service. Moving in tandem in Ricoh Malaysia will be on our next new key growth area of IT services and production printing.”
As part of Ricoh Malaysia since 1996, Lee has made a rapid climb to management position from marketing support manager to general manager in 10 years. Shae says, “With more than 20 years’ service, I know that Ricoh has so much to offer – driven by our business model, and with innovation in our DNA, I am immensely excited to lead Ricoh Malaysia on the next stage of our journey.
“Having worked closely with Peter for many years, I’m truly grateful for this opportunity to now steer the operations of Ricoh Malaysia. Peter leaves behind a sound legacy founded on building relationships within and outside of Ricoh. I look forward to leading our dynamic team to continue making changes in the Malaysian workplace, in line with the brand’s tagline, ‘Imagine. Change.”
Goto says, “At a time of steady upward global business confidence and continuous innovation, Alice’s progressive and dynamic leadership capabilities is just what’s needed for the next phase of progress in Ricoh Malaysia.”

Source: Asian Printer

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