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SAP’s Priyadarshi Mohapatra Joins Avaya

As MD for India and SAARC will drive growth in the mid-market segment

Avaya has appointed Priyadarshi Mohapatra as MD for India and SAARC. Priyadarshi will be responsible for providing strategic direction to the India operations, managing India business priorities, and enhancing Avaya’s position as a leading business communications company.

He will also deliver solutions to customers across India in the Unified Communications, Video Collaboration, Customer Experience Management and Data Networking space, and will play a key role in strengthening channel partner relations and driving significant growth in the mid-market segment.

Priyadarshi, a 17 year veteran of the industry, joins Avaya from SAP where he spent the last six years and held various leadership positions, most recently leading the Ecosystem, Channels and General Business for SAP across the Indian Subcontinent. Priyadarshi holds a Chemical Engineering degree from NIT Rourkela and a post-graduate degree in management from Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar.

Nidal Abou-Ltaif, President (Global Growth Markets), Avaya, said, “Priyadarshi’s addition will enable us to accelerate our business momentum in the country. He brings tremendous experience and strong leadership skills to Avaya and his understanding of the technology and partner ecosystem will be instrumental in putting our business on a high growth trajectory.”

Priyadarshi Mohapatra, MD (India and SAARC), Avaya, said, “With the company’s revolutionary business transformation, strong network of channel partners, and R&D focus in India, I look forward to delivering a full suite of solutions to our customers, and to drive more effective collaboration and a superior customer experience to drive business growth in India.”

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