Datamatics Appoints Sachin Rane As VP & Head, IMP And AMS
Rane would take the lead in managing and aligning the business strategy for IMP and AMS businesses globally.
Datamatics the global Information Technology (IT) and Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) organisation focused on delivering smart, next-generation business solutions, has announced the appointment of Sachin Rane to the position of Vice President & Head – Information Management Practices (IMP) and Application Management Services (AMS) lines of business.
At Datamatics, Sachin would take the lead in managing and aligning the business strategy for IMP and AMS businesses globally. He would be in charge of taking solutions to the market, growing this business and managing strategic relationships for global partnerships. He will be also responsible for key Global Accounts management across various segments and geographies. He will be based out of Mumbai.
"We are delighted to have Sachin as member in the core team. Sachin has the experience in leading top performing teams and a track record in driving sustained performance. We are sure that he will be a value addition to our team and will contribute enormously in growing Datamatics’ business," said Rahul Kanodia – Vice Chairman & CEO, Datamatics.
A seasoned professional with over twenty years of experience, Sachin brings unique depth of understanding to this position. He began his career with Wipro and over the years he has handled several key and critical roles within Wipro. Prior to joining Datamatics, Sachin was designated as General Manager – Client Partner at Wipro. And he managed a multi-million dollar account and carried a 360 degree responsibility, starting from the business development to project deliveries.
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