Microsoft India MD moves to Redmond

By agencies   |   Thursday, 24 March 2005, 08:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE:Microsoft India managing director Rajiv Kaul has moved to the company's headquarters in Redmond as the senior director in the Windows client emerging market group.

Rajiv would now focus on driving specific technology initiatives in emerging markets including India, a company statement said Thursday. Neelam Dhawan, former vice president, customer solutions group of HP, has replaced Rajiv as MD for sales and marketing of Microsoft India.

She would focus on initiating measures to strengthen the company's relationship with customers and partners and delivering greater business value.

The company, in its statement, complimented Rajiv for his contribution towards conceptualiZing and implementing project Shiksha and project Bhasha.

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