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Jonas Bogoshi new head of EMC in SA


EMC has appointed former CEO of unlisted technology firm Gijima, Jonas Bogoshi as Country Manager of Southern Africa. By Staff Writer

Bogoshi joins EMC from T-Systems International where he acted in the role of vice president sales.

He has held executive roles in both private and public sector organisations, and his leadership experience spans South African enterprises as well as multinational companies.

“One of our focus areas will be to position and demonstrate EMC as a catalyst for digital transformation. This journey for customers will require a strong ecosystem between us and our partners to make it real. Furthermore, I believe that as a global corporation, EMC’s impact on South Africa should go beyond just commerce but also to assist in the creation of a sustainable economy and an inclusive society.,” says Bogoshi.

He holds a B.Sc in Computer Science from the University of Cape Town.


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