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Nitesh Banga appointed COO, GlobalLogic Inc.

New Delhi : GlobalLogic Inc., a digital product engineering services provider, announced the appointment of services industry veteran, Nitesh Banga, as its chief operating officer.
In his new role, Banga will report directly to CEO Shashank Samant, while working closely with the company's other senior leaders.
"Nitesh is a well-respected and exceptionally qualified executive who will drive strategic prioritization and profitable growth initiatives within GlobalLogic. I have tremendous confidence in his ability to align our world-class engineering delivery capabilities with best-in-class operational practices, in order to better serve our customers and drive and extend the next phase of GlobalLogic's market growth," said Shashank.
Effective immediately, Banga will assume responsibility for all delivery, operations, talent recruitment and management, and information technology. He will be responsible for the alignment and prioritisation of GlobalLogic's investments- enabling growth, consistency, efficiency, and ensuring worldwide operational excellence across the company.
Prior to his appointment, Banga was the senior vice president and global head of the manufacturing business at Infosys, as well as member of the board of their EdgeVerve software subsidiary.
The company recently announced that Partners Group (acting on behalf of its clients) bought a stake in GlobalLogic Inc. from funds advised by private equity firm, Apa.  

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