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Kyocera Strengthens Leadership Team With Vice Presidents of Software & ICT and Channel Sales

Kyocera Strengthens Leadership Team With Vice Presidents of Software & ICT and Channel Sales

Kyocera Document Solutions America Inc. has announced the appointment of Joseph Fuccillo as vice president of software & ICT, and Donald DuVall as vice president of channel sales.

The duo arrives as the latest reinforcements to Óscar Sánchez's dream team of experts, leading Kyocera with a diverse range of backgrounds. These two new faces bring vast experience in their fields and industries to add to the team. It builds on Sánchez's renovation of Kyocera's leadership team since his appointment as president and CEO in 2018.

"It is a great source of pride and excitement for us to welcome Joe and Don to our team," Sánchez said. "They are two very accomplished individuals who will help to guide the future of our organization, using their vast experience and first-class minds to bring new ideas to Kyocera. They will help our team to achieve all the objectives that we have outlined for the present, while also working alongside our leadership team to determine our vision for the future."

The arrival of Fuccillo builds on the company's increasing commitment to the world of ICT services. Armed with experience as a leader of managed and professional service at Hitachi Vantara/Hitachi Data Systems, a Fortune 500 company specializing in products and services for cloud computing, data center management, internet of things, data protection and big data analytics, he comes well-equipped to lead Kyocera's charge in the field.

"Joe's background is exactly the kind of area that we needed to strengthen," Sánchez said. "Managed IT and communication services will form a core pillar for the future of Kyocera, and Joe is the ideal leader to take on this exciting project of establishing Kyocera as a player in the industry, building on our existing services and team of experts."

Channel sales also remain a fundamental area within the company's operations. Arriving with more than 25 years of industry experience, DuVall previously led Konica Minolta's dealer business unit and acted as vice president of sales for Impact Networking as he led its startup operation in Southern California. His proven track record in the industry and the perfect mix of experience on both the side of a manufacturer at Konica Minolta and the side of dealers with Impact Networking gives him a unique profile when it comes to establishing plans for Kyocera to give their partners exactly what they need to grow.

"From the first time I spoke to Don, I was already immensely impressed by his knowledge of the industry and the channel," Sánchez said. "He knows and understands the importance of having committed partnerships with dealers of all shapes and sizes, and how to help dealers to achieve more. I'm already looking forward to seeing how we can put his knowledge to work within Kyocera."

Both departments are essential to Kyocera's long-term strategy of diversification of its product portfolio while building ever-stronger relationships with dealer partners across the United States. With these arrivals, Sánchez and the existing leadership team will benefit from the innovation and impetus of proven industry leaders in their fields.

The appointments also come at the perfect time, giving Fuccillo and DuVall time to get to grips with Kyocera, their new team and stakeholders ahead of Kyocera's REIMAGINE Dealer Conference to be held in June in San Antonio, Texas.

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