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Rupert Lehner

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Head of Central Europe, Product, Enterprise Platform Services EMEIA

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Rupert Lehner is Head of Central Europe, EMEIA Product, and EMEIA Enterprise Platform Services. He is also a Member of the Board of Managing Directors at Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH as well as Chairman of the Supervisory Board of FTDS GmbH. Rupert is also the Bavarian State Representative of Bitkom, where he represents the interests of the German Digital Association in relation to political bodies.

Rupert has held a variety of roles within Siemens, Siemens-Nixdorf, Fujitsu Siemens Computers and Fujitsu Technology Solutions at various locations.

As well as managing the Enterprise Platform Services business line, in August 2018, he also took over responsibility for the product business in EMEIA and was appointed Head of Central Europe.

Rupert studied Business Administration at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany and started his career in 1990 when he joined Siemens AG in Nuremberg.

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Six Data Center Predictions for 2019

Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) is the Future of Flash Storage Businesses have to manage vast an...

Fujitsu’s Product Business – the infrastructure that powers digital transformation

Were you at Fujitsu Forum in Munich this year? We talked a great deal about our focus on services, b...

Mainframes are ready for the next generation

Big iron is enjoying a new lease of life, as mainframe-as-a-service delivery make its reliability an...

The right technology to deliver performance, efficiency and acceleration in the Public Sector

Digital transformation is not just the preserve of private industry. There’s a strong trend for go...

Learning a new dance - consumption-based pricing

Learning a new dance

There are new moves coming from customers running mainframes. They are increasingly switching away f...

The mainframe business – a good place for young professionals to engage

The mainframe business – a good place for young professionals to engage

Here at Fujitsu, we are committed to develop the next-generation talent for the mainframe. The indus...