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Sandip Patel Will Be The New MD Of IBM'S India And South Asia Operations

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Bengaluru, India – January 09, 2020: Sandip Patel will be the managing director in IBM for its India and South Asia operations after Karan Bajwa resigns. Karan Bajwa is walking out from IBM to follow opportunities outside the organization.

Sandip Patel will be in authority of operational and strategic substances associated to IBM sale, services, marketing and delivery operations in the area including Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. "Additionally, he will play a critical role in enabling India's capabilities across IBM's global missions, global centres of excellence, research and innovation labs," the company said.

Recently Patel was IBM’s global general manager for the insurance industry and also was in charge for the company’s business through all brands in this market segment which was based in Boston Massachusetts. He is an expert in fundamental trades containing financial service, insurance and fitness care which is joined with his global guidance, will carry along great significance to IBM’s clients and commerce in the region.

Declaring the nomination, Harriet Green, chairman & CEO, IBM Asia Pacific, said, “IBM has been a key player in India’s technology journey and continues to provide the innovation necessary to power India’s digital transformation across key industries and Government. Sandip’s deep industry expertise and global understanding of clients across different markets will bring real value to our clients as they embark on their transformation journey.” “Patel's deep industry expertise and global understanding of clients across different markets will bring real value to our clients as they embark on their transformation journey, he added.”

IBM is headquartered in New York and having its operations in 170 countries across the globe. The company ventured in the year 1911 as Computing Tabulating Recording Company and in 1924 it was renamed as International Business Machine. United States Environmental Protection Agency tagged IBM as one of the Top twenty Best Work place for Commuters in 2005. The company has a huge portfolio of products and services which fall into the category of cloud computing, artificial intelligence data and analytics, commerce, mobile and security, IT infrastructures and internet of things.

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