New Delhi: Satya Easwaran, a former senior govt at KPMG, has been appointed as IT main Wipro’s India head.
The corporate in a press release on Monday stated Easwaran shall be accountable for strengthening Wipro’s enterprise within the nation throughout key business sectors by means of strategic consulting, transformation, and modernisation engagements.
Anis Chenchah, CEO of APMEA (Asia Pacific, India, Center East and Africa) and member of the Wipro govt board, stated, “India is a strategic marketplace for Wipro and I’m excited to welcome Satya to champion our daring ambition for development and management right here. Satya’s wealthy world expertise in delivering excessive worth consulting providers, and his observe document of constructing profitable gross sales and management groups will assist strengthen Wipro’s positioning as a trusted accomplice for Indian purchasers.”
In keeping with a report by the PTI, Easwaran will assist purchasers leverage Wipro’s capabilities and investments in cloud, digital, engineering R&D, knowledge, analytics, and cybersecurity for his or her enterprise and digital transformation initiatives.
“India is experiencing important technology-led shifts and a rising demand for specialised abilities and innovation, all of which current us with thrilling alternatives to strengthen our partnerships with purchasers and ship worth to our ecosystem. I stay up for contributing in direction of Wipro’s management within the India market,” Easwaran stated.
Earlier than becoming a member of Wipro, he was the top of enterprise consulting and the telecom, media and know-how sector chief in KPMG India.
Throughout his tenure in KPMG, in India and the US, and at Accenture India, Easwaran held a number of management positions in administration consulting with a deal with Software program-as-a-Service (SaaS), cloud, digital, technique, and transformation, the assertion stated.
He has an engineering diploma in Electronics from Mumbai College, and a MBA in Finance and Worldwide Enterprise from the Leavey Faculty of Enterprise, Santa Clara College.