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NComputing Welcomes Jürgen Graf as Vice President of Sales in Europe

Jüergen GrafWe are pleased to introduce Jürgen Graf as VP Sales for NComputing in Europe. With a robust background spanning over more than two decades in the IT industry, Jürgen brings a wealth of experience and expertise to our team.

Jürgen embarked on his IT journey in 1996, launching his career in sales with prominent companies such as Panasonic Industrial and Western Digital. In 2001, he moved to Fujitsu, where he carved out a distinguished path specializing in Thin Client solutions.

Over the past 18 years, Jürgen has been a driving force in the Thin Client business landscape. His journey began with a focus on thin clients supporting classic Terminal Services, but his role evolved to encompass the broader spectrum of Digital Workplaces and Desktop Virtualization. He has championed initiatives ranging from multimedia support to unified communication, consistently delivering innovative solutions tailored to meet evolving market demands.

At Fujitsu, Jürgen played a pivotal role as a Principal Business Development professional, spearheading strategic initiatives and fostering seamless communication between the factory and country organizations. He has been instrumental in advising Fujitsu's sales teams, offering invaluable insights from his extensive industry knowledge and hands-on experience.

Jürgen's influence extends beyond Fujitsu. He has been a sought-after speaker at events such as VMworld, Citrix Summit & User Roundtable, and Fujitsu Forum. His presentations resonate with audiences, reflecting his unwavering commitment to delivering end-to-end solutions that prioritize customer satisfaction and align closely with their unique needs. Now, as VP Sales for Europe at NComputing, Jürgen Graf brings his passion for driving sales excellence and cultivating strong customer relationships to our organization. With his proven track record of success and dedication to delivering unparalleled value, we are thrilled to welcome Jürgen to the NComputing family.