Campaign India Team
May 15, 2023

Persistent gets Wipro's Gurvinder Sahni

Sahni worked for 20 years with Wipro across functions

Persistent gets Wipro's Gurvinder Sahni
Persistent Systems has announced the appointment of Gurvinder Sahni as chief marketing officer. Sahni joins the digital engineering and enterprise modernisation company from Wipro. He spent 20 years with the companies across roles, which was most recently CMO Appirio - a Wipro company and GM, Wipro, where he was leading brand strategy and global analyst relations.
Sahni joins Persistent’s executive leadership team and is based in New Jersey.
Sandeep Kalra, chief executive officer and executive director, Persistent, said, “We are thrilled to welcome Gurvinder to the Persistent team as we continue our accelerated growth journey. With our recent announcement of $1 billion in annual revenue, it’s clear that our mission to help clients achieve sustainable growth through digital engineering and enterprise modernisation is resonating across industries. As we focus on our next phase of growth, Gurvinder’s extensive marketing experience and transformation expertise will allow us to expand our dominant market position and reach new clients around the world.”
Sahni said, “I am truly honoured to join this exceptional team as chief marketing officer. As someone who is passionate about achieving excellence in marketing, I look forward to leveraging my experience and diverse skill set to drive growth and enhance the brand value. Together with the team, I am committed to delivering exceptional results and creating lasting value for our clients, team members, and stakeholders.”
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