3Pillar Global expands leadership team in India

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By indiantelevision.com Team Posted on : 24 Jan 2014 11:01 am

MUMBAI: 3Pillar Global, a leading developer of innovative software products for clients, has announced the appointment of Suresh Kabra as its VP and GM of India to lead the continued growth of the company's delivery center.
 
“We are thrilled to welcome Suresh to our growing team. He has an outstanding track record of entrepreneurship and product development and will serve as an extremely valuable asset to our operations in India,” said 3Pillar CEO David DeWolf. “His proven ability to lead high performance teams, along with driving new initiatives and building long-lasting customer relationships, compliments 3Pillar’s global growth strategy.”
 
Kabra will be responsible for leading, guiding and mentoring the delivery teams while overseeing the day-to-day operations. Suresh will also be responsible for developing and increasing brand awareness and reputation in the Indian market, leading to increased traction in the market for 3Pillar and influencing the ability to recruit top talent.
 
“I am excited to join the 3Pillar Global executive team at such an exciting time of growth for both the company and the software product development industry. I am looking forward to leveraging my experience to lead and grow the team in India,” said Kabra.
 
Prior to joining 3Pillar, Kabra was the founder and CEO of clk2c.com, a start-up in the mobile video delivery space, which was acquired in early 2013. Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, he served as assistant VP of Software Products Group at Aricent, Inc., where he directly managed several product line managers and product engineering teams in Delhi, Bengaluru and Chennai.
 
Kabra also served as VP, business development (APAC) for Conexant, Inc., where he helped the company to grow business manifolds in the Greater China region. He holds a BE from BITS, Pilani and MS from Concordia University, Montreal, and has done a certificate program in International Management from NUS-Stanford. Kabra is also a MIT Sloan Executive Program in General Management scholar. He also holds a Design Patent for Flexible Display Units, issued by The Patent Office, Govt. of India.

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