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Konica Minolta Reorganizing European Divisions
This Articles was translated from spanish to english
With many new models, Konica Minolta Has increases the autonomy of the delegations, giving the opportunity for countries to share best practices and more effectively meet the needs of the local market. Specifically, in Spain this has resulted in an expansion of executive management and the creation of new departments responsible for logistics and marketing and creation of new commercial roles, all aimed at meeting the needs of the new organization
Konica Minolta has announced the implementation of the new organizational structure across Europe under a cluster model. The subsidiary of Spain is part of the South Cluster, chaired by France, and who are also members Italy and Portugal. The project, which has carved out for just over a year has officially begun last April 1, 2013 with new governance structures more efficient, dynamic and innovative to meet the current and future demands of the market and the of the company.
The goal of this reorganization is to align the company structure change in philosophy, focusing on the provision of advice and services that bring added value to business management, and allow gradual adaptation of the traditional printing to new market realities printing.
A structure optimized to meet market challenges
Konica Minolta Spain has increased its staff by 5%, and has incorporated a new executive committee member in charge of the Directorate of organization, processes and IT, who will be responsible for overseeing the integration of the new structure within the subsidiary, and its coordination with other affiliates that are part of the South Cluster.
In general, the European subsidiaries will be distributed in four clusters: North, East, South and West. Each cluster will be headed by a Director: Anton Eckert for the North cluster, Roman Tihelka for East, Jean-Claude Cornillet in the South and Johannes Bischof for West cluster.
Konica Minolta's business has grown through development of innovative solutions and services that meet the specific needs of each client, the company is positioning itself as a benchmark in the printing market. This structural reorganization, will also allow pan-European deployment of products and services, which will strengthen Konica Minolta as a continental partner, providing solutions and high quality services tailored to each client.
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