RCOM appoints Deepak Khanna as CEO India Enterprise Business

6th September 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Reliance-CommunicationsNew Delhi, India, September 6, 2013: Reliance Communications Ltd., India’s leading provider of telecommunications services for business enterprises, today announced the appointment of Mr. Deepak Khanna as CEO, India Enterprise.

Deepak, a MBA from the Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies, Pune, has rich and varied experience of 25 years, of which the last 15 years have been in the telecom sector.

Prior to joining Reliance Communications, Deepak has worked in leadership roles with Bharti Airtel and Tulip Telecom in this space.

Assuming his new responsibilities at the RCOM campus in Navi Mumbai, Deepak said, “Reliance is ideally positioned in the enterprises domain, already serving over 45,000 large, medium and small enterprises, including nearly 850 of the top 1,000 corporates in India.

We are committed to enhancing our market leadership, working as strategic partners with our valued enterprise customers, delivering a suite of world class products accompanied by flawless execution.

We see exciting growth potential in the enterprise business in the years ahead, and expect to register 30% per annum compounded growth in this space in both, revenues and profitability over the next 5 years.

 

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