Xerox promotes Armour to president of global business and strategic marketing group

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Norwalk, Conn.—Xerox Corp. announced that Eric Armour has been named president of the company’s global business and strategic marketing group.

Armour, former VP-corporate strategy, is succeeding Quincy Allen, who is leaving Xerox to pursue an opportunity with another company.

In his new role, Armour will be responsible for worldwide management of integrated strategy and marketing for Xerox’s $5 billion production and $8 billion office businesses.

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