Datamatics Global Services Appoints Dilip Sahu as Vice President – India Sales

Oct 12, 2010 10:00:00 AM

Mumbai, October 12, 2010: Datamatics Global Services Limited (BSE: 532528; NSE: DATAMATICS), provider of smart solutions that address the business challenges of customers globally, has announced the appointment of Dilip Sahu as Vice President – India Sales.

Dilip joins the company from Wipro, where he held the position of head of Head – Corporate Sales and brings with him over 18 years of industry experience.

In his new role at Datamatics, Dilip will lead the sales team to expand existing accounts and reach out to new territories through direct sales team, partnerships and alliances. His strong credentials in driving growth particularly in mid-market will help the company reach out to various verticals across the nation.

Commenting on the appointment, Rahul Kanodia, Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Datamatics Global Services Limited, said, "Datamatics already has a strong foothold in the international market. As a strategic move, now we are progressively looking at expanding our reach in the Indian market also. Dilip's appointment is part of our investment and commitment to achieve these goals".

Added Rahul, "Dilip will drive Datamatics Global Services' aggressive go-to-market strategy for the Indian market. His sales and business development experience in various parts of the country makes him perfectly suited for our aggressive push in this market".

"I am excited about my new role at Datamatics Global Services. The Indian economy setting a scorching pace across industries means that Indian companies need to balance growth with competitiveness. And Datamatics Global Services has the right portfolio of solutions to meet demands of higher automation, efficiency, productivity and profitability," said Dilip on his new appointment.

In the past year, India-based enterprise customers of Datamatics Global Services Limited totaled around 30. The Indian geography is expected to contribute around 10-15% to total revenue in 2010-11.

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