|Robert D. Pryor
CEO and President,
Executive Vice President, Enterprise Business Services, Fujitsu America
Executive Vice President, IT Services and Retail, Fujitsu America
Executive Vice President, Platform Products, Fujitsu America
Executive Vice President, Sales,
Executive Vice President,
Japanese Business Development, Fujitsu America
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Fujitsu America
|Timothy L. Branham Sr.
Chief Information Officer,
Sr. Vice President, Operations,
Sr. Vice President, Business Strategy, Fujitsu America
President and CEO, Fujitsu Caribbean and Central America
Sr. Vice President and Head of Human Resources, Fujitsu America
Robert D. Pryor
Mr. Pryor comes to Fujitsu with extensive background in the IT industry and expertise in global operations, sales, client account management and complex infrastructures. He has served in a variety of senior executive positions and most recently was executive vice president of Genpact, where he had responsibility for all revenue and top line growth including account management and sales to new and existing clients.
Before joining Genpact, Bob served as senior vice president and general manager for Hewlett-Packard Company, leading their worldwide Outsourcing Services Unit. Previously, he was CEO of Capgemini’s Outsourcing Services in the Americas where he had responsibility for all IT and Business Process Outsourcing Services including a large joint venture agreement with TXU, one of the nation’s largest electric utilities.
Mr. Pryor has a Certificate of Management Accounting and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin as well as an MBA from the University of North Texas. He lives in Plano with his wife.
Prior to assuming his current position, Mr. Attal served as vice president of Offering Management and Business Development for Fujitsu America. In that role, he managed the portfolio of Consulting and Applications Services solutions delivered by Fujitsu in the United States.
During his career, Mr. Attal has held multiple chief executive officer and senior executive positions for software and services companies that he successfully brought to the next level of growth. Prior to joining Fujitsu America, he served as general manager for X3 ERP at Sage, a leading global provider of business applications.
Before joining Sage, Mr. Attal held a number of senior executive positions at IBM Corporation, as vice president of e-business services for the Americas, vice president of marketing for Global Channels, and vice president of marketing for the Global Mainframe Business. Before his move to the United States in 1997, he was general manager of IBM France.
Mr. Attal has a Master of Engineering degree from Ecole Centrale de Paris. He earned his MBA at Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris. He has also completed a senior executive education with IBM at Wharton.
He is a board member of the One Voice initiative, aimed at enabling non-violent conflict resolution in the Middle East and a founding investor and advisor of edevice, a technology startup.
An avid runner, Mr. Attal has completed thirteen marathons. He is fluent in French and English and speaks Spanish.
Prior to assuming this role, Mr. O’Halloran had served since 2008 as group executive director for Managed Services at Fujitsu Australia New Zealand (FANZ). While in that position the group was restructured and realized consistent month-on-month, year-on-year improvement, significantly exceeding all key measures, including customer satisfaction, service level achievement, efficiency metrics, revenue, margin and profitability.
Mr. O’Halloran joined Fujitsu Australia in 2004 as sales manager in Customer Services and, in 2005, relocated to Wellington, New Zealand, to take on a role as managing director for Fujitsu New Zealand. In 2007, he returned to Australia to serve as general manager for Service Delivery at FANZ.
Before joining Fujitsu, Mr. O’Halloran held a variety of sales management and delivery roles within the retail technology sector, having served as sales director for NCR’s South East Asia region.
Mr. O’Halloran holds a Bachelor of Business from Victoria University and completed the General Manager Program at the Australian Graduate School of Management. Additionally, he has completed both the Fujitsu Global Knowledge Initiative (GKI) and the GKI Development programs.
He is an avid golfer and has a single figure handicap. He enjoys spending time with his family and travelling.
Since joining Fujitsu in 2003, Mr. King has held a variety of executive management positions. Prior to assuming his current position, Mr. King served as executive vice president of the global retail business for Fujitsu America. In that role, he was tasked with pulling together a world-class capability for the global marketplace. Mr. King transformed the FAI Retail Business – achieving all FAI Retail revenue and profit goals – while also forming the first Global Retail Business structure for Fujitsu.
Mr. King has also served as executive vice president of US business for Fujitsu America, including all Industry Business Units, International Global Accounts, Channel Sales, Alliances and Financial Operations. In that position, his mission was to ensure the US organization understood, communicated, and delivered the unique FAI values to both its domestic and largest international customers and partners.
Mr. King has held a variety of executive sales management positions within North America. Under his direction, FAI transformed its sales organization into a solution-based team focused on delivering a superior experience for customers and partners alike.
Prior to joining Fujitsu, he served as vice president of sales and marketing for InfiniCon Systems, Inc., where he established marketplace awareness, ensured client partiality, and launched a successful sales organization for the InfiniCon Systems solution set. Before InfiniCon, he was vice president of sales and marketing for Open Systems at Hitachi Data Systems, where he initiated the company’s first ever worldwide sales and marketing organization for its storage business.
Mr. King holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from Millersville University.
Mr. King lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, with his wife and children.
As executive vice president of sales for Fujitsu America, Mr. Vayda has direct responsibility for the company’s US Sales team. His impressive history in sales makes him well-suited for this important position. An extremely energetic sales leader, Mr. Vayda has an extraordinary track record of success, particularly in selling large deals into a variety of industry verticals.
As executive vice president of marketing for Fujitsu America, Mr. Vayda is responsible for building brand awareness and preference for the Fujitsu portfolio of offerings in target markets in North America, managing the creation, implementation and use of the brand and visual identity, all internal communications and public relations activities, enhancing the company’s market position and reputation, and managing the company’s relationships within the analyst community.
Before joining Fujitsu America, Mr. Vayda served as president of Worldwide Sales at Siemens Enterprise Communications, where he led the company’s worldwide professional sales force and the development and execution of global sales strategies.
Prior to joining Siemens Enterprise Communications in November of 2008, Mr. Vayda spent seven years at BearingPoint, where he held a variety of leadership roles, including executive vice president of Global Sales, Alliances and Product Marketing. He also served as the company’s executive vice president for the Global Oracle Solutions practice and segment leader for BearingPoint’s Utilities practice.
Before joining BearingPoint in April 2002, Mr. Vayda spent a number of years at Oracle Corporation, where he held various leadership roles, including group vice president of Oracle’s communication and utility sales organization. He has also worked in sales at several large computer hardware and software companies, including Digital Equipment and Informix Software.
Prior to his new role, Mr. Mori served as executive vice president of the platform products group for Fujitsu America, In that position he was responsible for promoting the Fujitsu PC, server, storage, and software products in the solution-led business model in North America. By leveraging the combined expertise of Fujitsu America in business solutions and IT infrastructure services, Mr. Mori had the task of increasing the footprints of the Fujitsu intellectual property in North America through the company’s direct sales force, distributors, resellers, SI’s, and other partners.
Before assuming his position at Fujitsu America, Mr. Mori was executive vice president of solutions and alliances for Fujitsu Computer Systems. In that role, he was responsible for building and implementing the Fujitsu growth strategy in the North American market, including the spearheading of software and business solutions based on TRIOLE (the Fujitsu global platform solution framework). His additional responsibilities included creating effective business alliances and managing mergers and acquisitions.
Since joining Fujitsu in 1983, he has held a variety of international management positions, including business development and planning, global product marketing, global account sales, strategic alliances, and internationalsupply-chain operations.
Mr. Mori received his Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Kyushu University (Japan). He was also awarded with a Master of Business Administration degree from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Deranleau comes to Fujitsu with extensive financial expertise and a broad background in both ICT and communications industries. Prior to joining Fujitsu, Mr. Deranleau served as vice president of finance and chief financial officer of Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. from January 2006 through June 2011. Among his other positions at Brocade, he served as controller and treasurer from May 2003 to December 2005.
Before joining Brocade, Mr. Deranleau served in a variety of management positions for Polycom, Inc. from 1993 to 2003, including the role of vice president of finance and treasurer from January 2001 to May 2003. Rounding out his experiences, he held a number of accounting and finance positions at Tandem Computers, Inc., a manufacturer of fault-tolerant computer systems, and Coopers & Lybrand, LLC, an international public accounting firm.
Mr. Deranleau received a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Iowa State University in addition to a Master of Business Adminsitration degree from San Jose State University.
Mr. Deranleau is a Certified Public Accountant for the State of California.
Timothy L. Branham Sr.
Before joining Fujitsu, Mr. Branham served as head of Professional Services for SunGard Public Safety based in Lake Mary, Florida. In this role, he was responsible for creating the corporate Project Management Office, leading the Training, Quality Assurance and Customer Service organizations as well as the overall Implementation Services team for SunGard’s emergency first-responder software suite. During his tenure at SunGard, Professional Services set numerous records and advancements in deploying mission-critical systems throughout the US.
Prior to joining SunGard, Mr. Branham was national director of Client Transformation Services (CTS) for Siemens Business Services, North America. Over the eight years that Mr. Branham served with Siemens, he held numerous roles including regional director of Consulting Services, director of Professional Services Strategy, national practice director of Systems and Messaging, and national director of Desktop Migration Services. In 2004, Mr. Branham’s team won “Most Improved Business Division” and received the President's Club award.
Before joining Siemens in 1999, Mr. Branham held numerous leadership roles in companies such as The Waldec Group (later IKON Technology Services), INACOM Corporation and AAA Networks of Washington, D.C. Mr. Branham holds a bachelor of science in Business Management from the University of Phoenix.
Mr. Branham is a veteran of the United States Army having served as an Airborne Ranger in the Third Battalion at Fort Benning, Georgia. He is an instructor and senior member (3rd Dan) of the World Martial Arts Federation (Tae Kwon Do) as well as an avid golfer, rock climber and self-defense expert. He also serves in many capacities at The Bridge Christian Fellowship and as a member of the National Autism Society. Mr. Branham lives in Greensboro, North Carolina, with his wife and two children.
Mr. Berry brings a wealth of experience to Fujitsu America, which makes him well suited to this important role within the company. He started his career in data center management roles, later joining Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) where he spent the last 17 years focused on their outsourcing businesses. While at CSC, he held several leadership positions, including vice president and global account executive for various Fortune 500 clients, culminating in his role as vice president of Operations for the company’s outsourcing business and vice president of CSC’s financial services sector.
Prior to his employment with CSC, Mr. Berry worked for several years at British Home Stores in a variety of positions, including Data Center Manager, Head of Computer Services, Operations Manager, and Network Manager.
He holds a degree in electrical engineering and studied Management and Business Administration at Templeton College, a constituent college of the University of Oxford, England.
Mr. Berry is married with two children, and he resides in Great Falls, VA. He enjoys golf, tennis, squash, and wine collecting.
Prior to joining Fujitsu America in April, 2011, Mr. Goldman spent the previous 14 years in professional services. Most recently, Mr. Goldman spent seven years at Gartner, Inc., where he held the position of vice president and research director in IT Services. In that role, he was responsible for leading market coverage for application services with a focus on Customer Relationship Management (CRM) services. His published research and presentations at international events included consulting, system integration and outsourcing. His research involved market sizing, predictive modeling, forecasting, market trends, service provider evaluation and selection and scenario planning. In 2010, Mr. Goldman was awarded a Gartner Thought Leadership Award for his work on the Future of Application Services.
Mr. Goldman previously worked at Technology Solutions Co. (TSC) as a senior principal and director of marketing. As a senior principal, Mr. Goldman played a lead role in the CRM practice, with responsibilities to identify, sell and deliver consulting engagements for clients in financial services and industrial product industries. In addition to his role in the firm’s CRM practice, Goldman served as director of Marketing for the company, where he led the firm’s Public and Analyst Relations. He also served as a senior advisor to the leadership team, where he contributed to the firm’s corporate strategic planning efforts.
Before joining TSC, Mr. Goldman worked for KPMG Consulting, where he was a manager in the CRM practice area. In that role, he worked with Fortune 500 organizations to design, develop and implement applications to support business processes. He also played a role in the manufacturing retail and distribution practice at KPMG, where he helped align supply chain processes for leading retail organizations.
Mr. Goldman received his MBA with a concentration in Marketing and Management Information Systems from the University of Arizona. While completing his degree, he was the director of a non-profit consulting group assisting start-up businesses in Southern Arizona. He also received his Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from the University of Arizona.
Mr. Goldman lives in San Diego with his wife and two young children. He is an avid runner, and has competed in eight half marathons.
Mr. Pouliot has been with Fujitsu since 1982. He served as executive vice president of Fujitsu Canada and president of the DMR (a division of Fujitsu Canada) Québec region between 2000 and 2009. Prior to that, he served as the general manager of the Québec city office from 1996 until 2000. Mr. Pouliot served in a variety of positions, including strategic consultant, project director, and enterprise architect.
Before joining Fujitsu, Mr. Pouliot worked as a project manager for Partagec Inc. for two years.
Mr. Pouliot was awarded a Bachelor of Computer Science degree by Laval University in 1980. He received his Master of Business Administration degree in management information systems from Laval University in 1982. He has also received executive training through the Fujitsu Global Knowledge Institute (GKI)
In 2008, Mr. Pouliot was awarded the Hermès Career Award by Laval University’s Faculty of Administration. In 2005, he also received the Career Award from Laval University’s Computer Science and Software department. He was recognized as the “Personality of the Month” by Fédération québécoise de l’informatique (FIQ) in June of 2008, and over the years has received more than 30 industry awards.
Mr. Eyre has over 25 years of experience in the IT industry and is responsible for the leadership and general management of the Fujitsu operations across the Caribbean, including facilities located in Jamaica, Barbados, Bahamas and Trinidad. He is driving the company’s continued growth to become the region’s leading IT services business. His responsibilities also include the direction and oversight of regional go-to-market strategies and the build-out of the service delivery assets and capabilities of Fujitsu.
Mr. Eyre’s career in IT began in 1983 as the general manager of Computer Point, a distributor for ICL. He then became sales manager for ICL (now Fujitsu Transaction Solutions in the Caribbean) and then general manager of the West Caribbean operations. In 1998, Mr. Eyre’s earned the position of CEO for Fujitsu-ICL Caribbean. This role led to the acceleration of growth of the company’s IT services business through the consolidation of regional activities. Under Mr. Eyre’s leadership, a single regional management team was formed with line of business responsibilities that span the entire English-speaking Caribbean, supported by common systems and processes.
Through Mr. Eyre’s business planning and operations strategy over the years, Fujitsu in the Caribbean has experienced year on year growth and profitability and has positioned itself as a recognized leader in IT consulting, solutions integration and the management of its customers IT operations.
Mr. Eyre has a degree in computer science from the University of North London in the UK. He also has a diploma in electronics and communications from the University of Technology in Kingston, Jamaica.
As a respected IT practitioner, he has been appointed to a number of national advisory boards over the course of his career, including the National e-Commerce committee and the Central Information Technology Office (CITO). He is currently a member of the National ICT Advisory Committee for the development of the 2030 National Development Plan (Jamaica).
Mr. Montrose joined Fujitsu in 1985 and has undertaken a number of senior human resources positions throughout the public and private industry sectors, specializing in managing large and complex change management programs. He has an impressive record of achievement based on building strong partnerships with board directors and implementing leading edge human resources tools and practices which enabled organizations to achieve their strategic and business objectives. During his time with Fujitsu he has gained considerable depth of experience by working throughout Europe and the United States.
Prior to joining Fujitsu he was a Training Consultant with British Nuclear Fuels Limited, where he specialized in the development of Computer Based Training packages.
Mr. Montrose holds a Master of Science degree in artificial intelligence from Kingston University and a Business Studies degree from Huddersfield University. He pursued post-graduate studies with the Institute of Personnel and Development, where he has attained Fellow status.
He holds a private pilot’s license and enjoys flying, along with golf and skiing.