Campaign India Team
Jan 06, 2022

Keyur Shah joins LogiNext as vice president - marketing

Moves from Lumen Technologies

Keyur Shah joins LogiNext as vice president - marketing
LogiNext announced the appointment of Keyur Shah as vice president - marketing.
 
With this mandate, he will be responsible for driving strategic marketing initiatives and global marketing. 
 
He moves from Lumen Technologies, where he was portfolio marketing lead-Apac. 
 
Dhruvil Sanghvi, founder, CEO, LogiNext, said, “It is a pleasure having Keyur on board with us at LogiNext. A marketing industry veteran with his experience and subject matter expertise will add tremendous value to the team and help us achieve our business goals. The SaaS wave is here to stay, and by 2025, I am optimistic that Indian SaaS revenues would be north of $15 billion. With Keyur coming on board, his expertise in the SaaS space will be a great value addition to LogiNext’s efforts to grow in this space. We look forward to working with him and wish him the best for a long and fruitful relationship with LogiNext.”
 
Shah said, “The LogiNext team has built a winning product that has made its mark across various industry sectors both in India and globally. It is evident in the customer feedback and reviews on various analyst reports and peer insight portals. I am quite excited and looking forward to new challenges and learning as I work alongside the team to take the LogiNext brand to the next level. I would like to express my gratitude to Dhruvil for placing his trust in my efforts towards achieving the same.”
 
LogiNext is a global technology company.
 
 
 
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