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Sanjay Berry rejoins Siti Networks

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MUMBAI: Sanjay Berry has been appointed as chief financial officer of Siti Networks.

Berry joined Siti Network in December 2016 but after four months he quit the organisation. Prior to this, he was working with Bharti Airtel as corporate financial controller.  

In his 25 years of work life he has had experience with computer sciences corporation, Patni Computer  Systems,  HCL  Technologies  and  Arthur  Andersen  &  Associates.  

Commenting on the appointment,  chief business transformation officer  Rajesh Sethi said, “We welcome back Sanjay Berry on board. He brings with him specialized expertise of handling the finance function at large & diverse range of industries.  Siti Networks  has  been  a  pioneer  in  compliances  and  adherence  to regulations.  Berry will play an instrumental role in further strengthening systems, processes  &  compliances.  He  also  brings  to  us  a  competitive  edge  in  strategizing business, and accomplishing organizational goals.”

Berry will be based at the corporate office of Siti Networks, Noida.

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