Peacock appointed head of Xerox Office



13 March 2007 — Stamford (CT): Russell Peacock has been appointed president of Xerox Office Group. He replaces Tim Williams, who is retiring next month.


Peacock will be responsible for all aspects of Xerox’s global $7.6 billion office business, which includes engineering, development and marketing of Xerox products and services for both small and large offices.


He is charged with leading a team to accelerate growth for Xerox’s portfolio of monochrome and colour multifunction systems, while advancing its range of eco-friendly, proprietary solid ink colour printing technology.


Peacock joined Xerox in 1982 as a field sales representative based in London. Most recently, he has served the company as managing director of Xerox UK.