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NCR Appoints Retail Business General Manager For Greater China

Consumer transaction technology manufacturer NCR appointed Li Zhiming as new retail business unit general manager for Greater China.

In the new role, Li will lead the sales team to promote business growth. Li will be located in Hong Kong and report to Michael Cawley, NCR's retail business vice president and general manager for Asia Pacific.

Li reportedly has over 20 years' regional management experience in the information technology industry and he previously served as senior manager in many large information technology enterprises, including Fujitsu, Atos Information Services, Unisys, BEA Systems, AMD, and Compaq.

Commenting on Li's arrival, Cawley said that Li has established close relationships in the retail industry of Greater China. Basing on his pursuit of customer satisfaction and continuous growth, Li will lead NCR's Greater China sales team to realize growth of existing customer group and exploration of new opportunities.

Headquartered in Georgia, USA, NCR is the world's leading manufacturer for consumer transaction technologies. Relying on its outstanding software, hardware and service portfolio, the company realizes over 550 million daily transactions, covering retail, finance, tourism, dining, telecom and technology, and small enterprise sectors. The company has about 29,000 employees and its businesses reach 180 countries and regions.






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