Sudhir Kesavan

CitiusTech Appoints Sudhir Kesavan as Chief Operating Officer

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Sudhir Kesavan

In his new role, Kesavan will assume responsibility for leading CitiusTech’s global delivery organization. This will encompass enhancing practice capability, service delivery maturity, market innovation to drive profitable business growth by collaborating across practices, markets, delivery and functions.

Sudhir Kesavan is the new Chief Operating Officer (COO) of CitiusTech, a provider of healthcare technology services, solutions and platforms. In his new role, he will assume responsibility for leading CitiusTech’s global delivery organization. This will encompass enhancing practice capability, service delivery maturity, market innovation to drive profitable business growth by collaborating across practices, markets, delivery and functions.

Based out of Bangalore, India, Kesavan joins CitiusTech from PwC India, where he served as Partner, Advisory – Cloud Transformation. Previously, he worked for large-scale IT companies including Wipro and Tata Consultancy Services. His experience includes spearheading digital transformation initiatives for numerous U.S. and European enterprises, collaborating with clients to successfully facilitate inside-out and outside-in transformations, optimizing technology operations and promoting customer-driven business models. 

“We’re thrilled to welcome Sudhir to the CitiusTech family at this exciting phase of our growth journey,” said Rajan Kohli, CEO, CitiusTech. “His expertise in digital innovation, technology-led transformation, and invaluable experience at the intersection of innovation, complexity and scale will play a pivotal role in our aspiration to be at the forefront of shaping the healthtech landscape with a human-first approach.”

“It’s great to be joining CitiusTech and I look forward to being part of an organization with a determined commitment to excellence and innovation in the healthcare industry. CitiusTech has differentiated healthtech capabilities built through an instinct for client intimacy and the ability to simplify the solving of hard problems. I am enthused by our talent reservoir whose pivotal role in the company’s remarkable growth is evident. I am confident that we can build truly impactful technology solutions, improve care delivery, and make a meaningful difference on human lives across the world,” said Kesavan, COO.

 

 

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