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Wipro appoints Malay Joshi as CEO of Americas 1

Wipro has appointed Malay Joshi as the chief executive officer of its Americas 1, strategic market unit. He will also join the Wipro executive board.

Mr. Joshi succeeds Srini Pallia, who was recently appointed as the chief executive officer and managing director of Wipro.

Prior to this appointment, Mr. Joshi served as the senior vice president and business unit head with Wipro. He joined the company in 1996.

Mr. Joshi holds a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology Engineering and has graduated from Harvard Business School’s Leading Global Businesses Executive Program and Advanced Program Management from Stanford University. He is also a member of Wipro’s Culture Council.

Mr. Joshi will be based out of Wipro’s New York City office.

[Image courtesy: Wipro]

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