Bytes Document Solutions, previously known as Xerox South Africa, has appointed Hennie du Plessis as its new CEO.
Du Plessis will replace Rob Abraham, who has been promoted to the role of CEO of Bytes Technology Group and has been with the company for 12 years.
Previously, Du Plessis had been with Bytes Healthcare Solutions for ten years.
Du Plessis will take charge of three newly created autonomous divisions inside Bytes Document Solutions: the new Xerox division lead by MD Rabin Ram, NOR Paper, acquired in 2008 and headed by Raymond Blake and LaserCom, formerly Laser Facilties, headed by Konni Hoferichter.
Bytes Document Solutions, previously known as Xerox South Africa, is a R1,8-billion-a-year company made up of three business components: the sole authorized Xerox distributor to 27 sub-Saharan countries, paper merchant NOR Paper and digital printing and mailing supplier, LaserCom.