Rangu Salgame quits Tejas

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 28 February 2008, 13:41 Hrs
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Bangalore: Rangu Salgame, who joined Tejas Networks as President in October 2007, has quit the company. Before joining Tejas, he was serving as president of Cisco Systems, India and SAARC, for over four years.

Confirming the same resignation, Tejas Network said, "The fact is that Salgame is not with Tejas anymore. We are not aware of his next steps. And there are no specific reasons for him to leave Tejas."

Salgame is an entrepreneurial business leader with over two decades of experience. Ranganath Salgame describes himself as fun to be with and a person who easily relates to everyone. An engineering graduate from the University of Baroda with a Masters from Virginia Tech, Salgame also holds an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

After working in the U.S. for 20 years and having stints at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Edgix, Verizon, and others, he moved back to India to join Cisco as the President of India, South Asia, and South East Asia region and later served as the President of Global Projects. During his four-year stint at Cisco, he has been credited with making India a strategic priority for Cisco, driving the region?s sales to an undisputable market leadership position. He also led Cisco's $1.16 billion investment into India, setting the stage for its globalization strategy.

A person who does not regret his decisions, Salgame says that his organizational and business leadership skills, the ability to balance strategy and execution, and a deep understanding of the market are his major strengths.

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