The IOTA team received a mighty boost as the news of Dr. Rolf Werner, the head of Central Europe business at Fujitsu’s connection with the cryptocurrency surfaced.
Werner before joining IOTA foundation was part of Fujitsu’s business development in Switzerland, Germany, and Austria. He is today the in the chairman, Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmBH Board where he’s depended solely on. He is seen as the go-to business developer.
Fujitsu is one of Japanese topnotch information and communication technology (ICT) company, a specialist in presenting technology products, solutions, and services to the world. Fujitsu Limited is a company with consolidated revenues of $40 billion.
Joining IOTA means a substantial development for the blockchain company owing to his wealth of knowledge and experience in business development.
Werner held different management positions at T-Systems, before joining Fujitsu in 2016. He was a respected member of the board at T-Systems Multimedia solutions, focused on expanding the sales of the firm, and served as the chairman of the management board of the French subsidiary T-Systems France SAS.
He was also entrusted with all company’s activities in America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He, at the same time, managed the German sales organization.
Praising his new move to IOTA, the crypto team says “Dr. Rolf Werner brings with him a wealth of experience in sales, serving both mid-market and enterprise customers, and services, ranging from international outsourcing to new digital solutions.”
“We are thrilled to have Dr. Rolf Werner join the IOTA Foundation. Rolf’s unmatched enthusiasm and drive will be of great value for the IOTA project as it continues to cement it’s leading role in the DLT space. With his wide network and knowledge we are confident that our collaboration will bear plenty of fruits. Give him a warm welcome!”
On joining IOTA Werner revealed that “the possibilities of decentralized and secured applications based on IOTA Tangle as a Distributed Ledger Technology are immense. They go far beyond machine-to-machine payment and include, for example, tamper-proof monitoring of the supply chain and secure identity management, just to name a few.”
“I’m delighted to join the IOTA Foundation Supervisory Council (Stiftungsrat) to accompany a journey which will be meaningful for lots of industry sectors worldwide.”