Persistent System’s President Mritunjay Singh Resigns
Mid-tier IT company Persistent Systems has announced that its Executive Director and President (Services) Mritunjay Singh has resigned from the company.
The Company has accepted his resignation and Friday, November 24, 2017 will be his last day with the Company, the firm said in a statement.
An interim leadership structure for Services, effective immediately, is focused on continuity in business operations and a smooth transition of his management responsibilities, it said.
Anand Deshpande, Chairman and Managing Director, Persistent Systems said, “Mritunjay Singh or Munjay as he is popularly known, joined us more than four years back and has been an integral part of the growth of the company over these years. On behalf of the board and all employees, I would like to thank him for his contribution and wish him all the best in his future endeavors.”
Singh joined Persistent Systems from Infosys, where he was the Delivery Head for the Financial Services and Insurance Application Development and Maintenance Unit and the Head of Infosys Pune Development Centre.
Singh’s next move after leaving the company could not be ascertained.
Singh holds a bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communications from IIT BHU, Varanasi. He led the Hinjawadi Industry Association in Pune for many years as its President, working very closely with the state and local government to bring about systemic development to the high-tech area.
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