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NextDocs Hires Microsoft Senior Director

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Nitin Bhatia has joined NextDocs as vice president, Global Services. As head of NextDocs’ worldwide services team, Mr. Bhatia is responsible for ensuring customer service during the sale, deployment, and ongoing management of NextDocs solutions.

Mr. Bhatia was previously a senior director in the Office 365 business group at Microsoft. In that role, he managed various teams while leading the development and advancement of Microsoft’s cloud computing and Software as a Service (SaaS) platforms. Prior to his role with the Office 365 group, Mr. Bhatia spent 14 years at Microsoft Services, where he held various leadership positions.

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