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Published:Friday | July 25, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Engrossed in conversation are (from left) Artwell Bernard, deputy director of the Bank of Jamaica; Sandy Jones, vice-president, marketing, Fujitsu Caribbean, Central America and Mexico; Mervyn Eyre, president and CEO of Fujitsu Caribbean, Central America and Mexico; and Bob Pryor, head of Americas and corporate vice-president, Fujitsu Limited.
Fujitsu Caribbean (Jamaica) Limited trio (from left) Jeanette Smith, chief accountant; Valerie Grant, executive assistant to president and CEO Mervyn Eyre; and Patrice Watson, human resource manager, mingle together.
Matthew Goldman (left), Fujitsu's senior vice-president, corporate strategy and marketing - Americas, learns more about the island from GraceKennedy's Simon Roberts and Suzanne Saunders, Fujitsu Caribbean (Jamaica) Limited's vice-president, customer experience.
Sandy Jones, vice-president of marketing, Fujitsu Caribbean, Central America and Mexico, raps with Ian McKay (left), sales director, Fujitsu Caribbean (Jamaica) Limited, and Wayne Sutherland. - PHOTOS BY Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
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Mervyn Eyre, president and CEO, Fujitsu Caribbean, Central America and Mexico, hosted his new boss, Bob Pryor, head of Americas and corporate vice-president, Fujitsu Limited, at a CEO reception on Thursday, July 16.

Fujitsu America Inc became the parent company of Fujitsu Caribbean a few years ago, combining IT strengths of Fujitsu Transaction Solutions Inc, Fujitsu Consulting Inc, and Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation under a unified corporate structure. Pryor was accompanied on his trip by Matthew Goldman, senior vice-president, corporate strategy and marketing, in the Americas. This was Pryor's first time in the Caribbean, and he wanted to get a first-hand look at the region's operations of the multibillion dollar technology company, home-based in Japan.

Pryor and Goldman stopped in the eastern Caribbean before checking out the Jamaica operations. While here, they met with various stakeholders, including some from the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining.