Fujitsu says thanks
Fujitsu's head of digital and hybrid IT Nneko Branche (left) with Evon Faulkner, IT specialist, technical support, Bank of Jamaica, and Rosanna Moo Young, IT specialist, Bank of Jamaica. (Photos: Joseph Wellington)

Information and communications technology equipment and services corporation Fujitsu, in association with Dell Technologies, hosted what they termed "a special evening of cocktails and conversation" basically to thank their clients for their support over the past year.

Held on Wednesday, December 7, 2022 at Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston, the event was the first being staged face-to-face since the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here are photo highlights.

Denesha Cawley, senior client executive at Fujitsu, engages Maurice Barnes, CEO VM Innovations Ltd, in discussion.
Stefan Sutherland (right), IT team lead at KPMG, listens keenly to the point being made by Desmore Thomas, systems engineer, Fujitsu.
Courtney Campbell (centre), president of VM Group, is obviously having a good time with Fujitsu executives Sandra Jones, vice-president marketing; and Mervyn Eyre, president and CEO Fujitsu Caribbean and Latin America.
Two of Fujitsu's top women Stacey-Ann Budhi (right), vice-president sales, and Sandra Jones, vice-president marketing
Michelle McNaughton, senior client executive Fujitsu, shares the lens with Geoffery Shields, senior manager at Cornerstone Trust and Merchant Bank.
Mervyn Eyre, president and CEO Fujitsu Caribbean and Latin America, extending his company's thanks to its clients at Wednesday's special evening of cocktails and conversation held by Fujitsu.

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