News: Another senior executive at Infosys resigns

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Another senior executive at Infosys resigns

A senior Infosys executive who has spent 16 years with the Bengaluru-headquartered IT services company has quit.
Another senior executive at Infosys resigns

Suryaprakash Kareenahalli, Senior Vice-President who was heading India delivery for Infosys, has quit to take up a role with the New York-based Institute of Personal Leadership, which focuses on professional training and coaching.

While working at Infosys, Kareenahalli was responsible for a portfolio worth nearly $1.6 billion at Infosys, including retail, CPG and logistics, legacy modernization and the India software services delivery verticals. 

This is the sixth top-level exit since CEO Salil Parekh took over in January 2018. Rajesh Krishnamurthy, President and Head of Europe; Nitesh Banga, who headed manufacturing; Ken Toombs, head of consulting, and Chief Financial Officer MD Ranganath resigned last year.

In January, Sudip Singh, the Global Head of Energy, Utilities and Resources at Infosys, also calls it quits.

Kareenahalli joined Infosys in 2007 and has over 29 years of professional experience. Prior to Infosys, Kareenahalli served at Wipro in Subvertical Business Management. 

Topics: C-Suite

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