in brief Former Kaz chief Mike Foster has been given a new position within Fujitsu Australia as group executive director of sales.
The future of the Kaz senior management team
hadn't been decided when the
$200 million acquisition was made earlier this year, with Fujitsu's Australian
head Rod Vawdrey saying only that they'd help integrate the
Foster had been heading up Telstra's Services Solutions group
when the telco bought the thriving IT services firm back in April
2004 for an estimated $333 million. He
became joint managing director of the new acquisition in
October of the same year, sharing the head role with Kaz founder Peter Kazacos.
February 2005 saw Kazacos take a step back to become executive
director of the unit, leaving the chief executive role of Kaz to
Foster. Kazacos left the company in 2006 and has since started another
company called PKBA. Foster headed up Kaz until it was sold to Fujitsu.