News: Former Tata Interactive Systems Sr. Exec to lead BD at QuoDeck

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Former Tata Interactive Systems Sr. Exec to lead BD at QuoDeck

QuoDeck has announced the appointment of former Senior Executive for Delivery at Tata Interactive Systems, Sunil Gopinathan as the Business Development Lead.
Former Tata Interactive Systems Sr. Exec to lead BD at QuoDeck

Former Senior Executive for Delivery at Tata Interactive Systems, Sunil Gopinathan has been appointed at QuoDeck as the Head of Business Development. The Indian digital learning platform today announced the appointment of Sunil Gopinathan who was previously heading Delivery for Tata Interactive Systems, a Tata enterprise company that operates in the e-learning space. 

Kamalika Bhattacharya, Co-founder of QuoDeck went on record stating that, “We are delighted to welcome Sunil to team QuoDeck. As we continue to front end the HR learning industry in India, he will provide strategic vision for our growth and together, we shall strive to keep our customers ahead of today's rapidly evolving HR learning industry.”

She added that with their revenues having grown over 300% last year, the aim now will be to double this growth by 2020. In that journey, she sais that, “Sunil’s entrepreneurial mindset and a deep understanding of the industry will be instrumental in leading this growth.”

Sunil Gopinathan commenting on his appointment stating that, “Being in the industry, I have been observing the growth trajectory of QuoDeck since a few years, and it is a privilege to finally receive an opportunity to work with the team here, and support their endeavour of reinventing the HR learning industry in India, keeping pace with the new age workforce & spearheading industry trends.”

Digital learning platforms are a trend today that is quickly picking up pace and gathering more followers. It is an industry that is revving up to grow in the new future as more learning processes go digital. Gopinathan’s appointment comes at an interesting time when there is a lot to grow and to evolve into.

Topics: Appointments, Leadership

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