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RAZVAN BOTEZATU

May 2012 - From the Print Edition

has been appointed strategic account operations and services director for Central Europe, Israel and Turkey (CIT) at Xerox. He will manage the direct sales and marketing for document management activities. Botezatu joined Xerox in 2000 and held several positions in sales, services, operations and management. In 2011, he became strategic account operations director after heading up the document management externalization services division.



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