Nintex appoints Niranjan Vijayaragavan as its chief product officer

Nintex has appointed Niranjan Vijayaragavan as chief product officer. In his new role, Mr. Vijayaragavan will help define the company’s product strategy and execute for scale, Nintex said in a statement.

Mr. Vijayaragavan was previously SVP, product management, at Nuna. Prior to that, he was general manager – Product, Engineering, Commercial leader – at Expedia. Mr. Vijayaragavan has also worked with Boston Consulting Group and Microsoft. 

Mr. Vijayaragavan has a MBA from UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business. He has a MS from the University of Maryland, and a BE from NIT, Tiruchirappalli. 

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