News: Takashi Ishikawa replaces Hidehido Koka as MD, Toshiba Software India

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Takashi Ishikawa replaces Hidehido Koka as MD, Toshiba Software India

Ishikawa replaces Hidehido Koka, who has been committed to TSIPs success story and played an integral role in its growth and development in India.
Takashi Ishikawa replaces Hidehido Koka as MD, Toshiba Software India

Toshiba Software India Pvt. Ltd. (TSIP), a 100% subsidiary of Toshiba Corporation today announced the appointment of Takashi Ishikawa as its new Managing Director. Effective February 01, 2018. 

Ishikawa replaces Hidehido Koka, who has been committed to TSIP’s success story and played an integral role in its growth and development in India. Under his leadership, TSIP expanded its consumer outreach, built stronger teams with over 1000 employees, established new offices, and consistently exceeded sales and profitability.

Welcoming Ishikawa as the new MD, Hidehido Koka said, “It was an enriching and a humbling experience for me. After heading India operations for seven years, I can confidently state that the stint in India remains the most memorable one. The diversity of people, their culture and the unique business opportunity and challenges that India posed is enormous and one of its kind.”

Accepting his new role, Takashi Ishikawa said, “Toshiba Software India is an intrinsic part of the Group’s digital and software transformation. With my experience, I look forward to pursuing the ‘ACROSS & BEYOND’ philosophy to set new benchmarks for service delivery and customer delight.” 

A post graduate in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, USA, Mr. Takashi Ishikawa is a Toshiba veteran for almost three decades and has been associated with many new product developments. He also has three-year experience as the President of a Toshiba subsidiary – Toshiba Software Consulting Corporation.

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