Rowland-Campbell will represent Fuji Xerox at key industry body events and liase with groups such as the PIAA, LIA, GAMAA, MMUA, ADMA and others, keeping their members abreast of developments in digital print and publishing.
Rowland-Campbell says, "Over the past ten years I have seen Fuji Xerox Australia become increasingly synonymous with the graphic arts, publishing and mail house markets. They are recognised as a committed player and I’m delighted to accept this new career challenge in building and strengthening the foundations laid by my predecessors.
"What attracted me to this role was the commitment to the industry I have seen exhibited by Fuji Xerox during my time at GAMAA. Not only does Fuji Xerox have the technology, more importantly it has the education support programmes like ‘Profiting Thru’’ and the D-Print Challenge, both of which strongly assist its customer base. This sort of commitment to industry education is a true differentiator, and an important one."
Rowland-Campbell says her first challenge would be re-defining herself in terms of the industry.
"At GAMAA an analogy of my role could be as a ‘coach to the players’. Now I’m one of the players on the team – which is a positive thing, particularly as it shows how good the industry can be in accommodating people and their knowledge across a variety of roles," she says.