Tvm: Technopark based Applexus Technologies, a leading SAP services and solutions organisation, has announced the appointment of Nagarajan Anantharaman, a veteran IT professional, as its Chief Executive Officer. Applexus is headquartered in Seattle, USA, with offices in Bangalore, Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi.
Before joining Applexus, Nagarajan was Vice President at Wipro Limited. He was the thought leader behind the success of Wipro Arabia in the Middle East. Under his dexterous leadership, the company achieved exponential growth and scaled new heights before he moved back to Wipro India as Chief Procurement Officer for their Global IT Business.
In a release, Sam Mathew, Founder & MD, Applexus said, “Nagarajan has an exceptional record of leading large companies through aggressive expansion. We are delighted to have someone of his calibre and experience to propel Applexus through its next stage of growth”.
Nagarajan brings over 30 years of executive leadership experience in high-growth, manufacturing and IT. A Cost Accountant (AICWA) with a strong finance background, he was the recipient of Bharat Gaurav Award in Jan 2010. Prior to Wipro, he has served as Senior Manager at L&T Infotech where he handled Practice and Delivery of SAP for India. His previous assignments include various executive positions at Pennar Aluminium, Bakelite Hylam, Shriram Group, etc.
In his statement, Nagarajan said, “I am excited to join Applexus Technologies at such an opportune time in its history. The company has an impressive depth of talent and capabilities, a highly reputed client base, and endless market possibilities. My goals will be to build on these strengths, accelerate innovation in our existing markets, and build success in a range of new service areas and markets”.
Applexus is a global provider of next generation SAP & Mobile Solutions, Services, Products and Packaged Services. Founded in 2005, the company started its offshore operations at Technopark, Trivandrum in 2008. This year Applexus opened new offices in Kochi, Bangalore and Middle East.
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