News: Degreed appoints new Sales Director for India and Sri Lanka

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Degreed appoints new Sales Director for India and Sri Lanka

He will join Degreed from April 1st, 2019 and will be responsible for the India and Sri Lanka business.
Degreed appoints new Sales Director for India and Sri Lanka

Learning platform Degreed is upbeat about their India presence. To consolidate their footprint in India and Asia the company is getting ex-Oracle executive Anand Sinha as Sales Director for India and Sri Lanka. 

Anand Sinha has 24 Years of sales experience and is a seasoned executive having a tremendous entrepreneurial drive with business-management skills to drive gains in revenue, market share and profit performance. 

He will join Degreed from April 1st, 2019 and will be responsible for the India and Sri Lanka business. Sinha will report to Ajay Sridharan, Country Manager, India & APAC, Degreed. 

He brings a wealth of strategic thought leadership and has a solid reputation for achieving corporate growth objectives through strategic direction, diverse perspectives and positive leadership. Above all, Anand has a tremendously Positive and Winning Attitude towards Work and Life.

Having started his career with Siemens Ltd., He has worked in companies like Cordys, Tibco and Oracle. He joins Degreed from CA Technologies where he was leading the APIM Business for India and SAARC. 

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Topics: Appointments, Talent Acquisition

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