EdCast appoints Shankar Ramamurthy, Senior Industry Leader as its Senior Vice President- Client Engagement, AMEA Region.
EdCast announces today that it has added Shankar Ramamurthy as its Senior Vice President, Client Engagement – Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa. After formerly serving as Vice President at ITC Infotech and Industry Practice Head at Wipro, Shankar joins EdCast’s AMEA regional leadership team and will help lead strategic client engagements based out of the company’s Mumbai, India office.
“EdCast is experiencing significant growth in our client portfolio across the region and around the world,” said Nishchae Suri, EdCast’s President Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa. “Shankar’s rich experience in enterprise applications and large-scale transformation projects, combined with his customer-centric and inclusive approach, makes him a great addition to our international team.”
Shankar has over 25+ years of global leadership, consulting and sales experience. In his previous role as VP of Enterprise Applications at ITC Infotech, Shankar helped a number of G2000 companies successfully drive and manage their enterprise transformation initiatives across large workforces.
“I am excited and honored to be joining EdCast and its visionary leadership team,” said Shankar. “I especially look forward to helping clients expand the value they are gaining from EdCast’s AI-powered Knowledge Cloud along with delivering an enhanced learning experience for their employees.”
EdCast is the AI-Powered Knowledge Cloud solution for unified discovery, personalized learning and knowledge management across the enterprise. Its award-winning platform is used internationally by Global 2000 companies and large government organizations, including NASSCOM and World Economic Forum, to solve the discovery and curation problems across all external and internal knowledge sources. EdCast’s offerings include its Learning Experience Platform (LXP), the EdCast Marketplace, and MyGuide’s in-app guides, intelligence, and automation for business processes.
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