San Jose, August 7, 2019 - CriticalRiver, a progressive technology consulting partner, has named Yogesh More as its Client Partner. Based in Carmel, Indiana, he will be responsible for client engagement and management for the professional services practice and will report to Ram Bulusu, VP of Professional Services.
Yogesh holds a bachelor's degree in Engineering from the College of Engineering Pune (COEP) and his MTech certification from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi. In his long and distinguished career, spanning over 18 years, Yogesh has held numerous global delivery leadership positions with Tata Consulting Services (TCS). Yogesh has deep experience in CRM sales and demonstrated leadership qualities, working with cross-cultural teams in countries such as India, UK, UAE and China, where he conceived, planned and executed several offshore and onsite delivery solutions leveraging Siebel, Salesforce CRM, J2EE, AEM, Microsoft and Oracle ERP.
According to More, "CriticalRiver has become a name to reckon with due to its client-centric and focused approach. Its innovative approach to solving complex IT challenges is a testament to the company's level of professionalism and delivery efficiency, which empowers customers across the globe to accelerate time to market. I'm excited to be part of this organization in the role of Client Partner".
"Yogesh brings diverse experience, expertise and exposure in solutions delivery and engagement with clients globally." says Anji Maram, CEO & Founder, CriticalRiver Inc., "His leadership will be critical as we expand our footprint across the globe. With Yogesh at the helm, we strive to offer far more superior client engagement for our professional services practice."
CriticalRiver Inc. is a trusted partner for comprehensive IT consulting, implementations and managed services across the globe. Our highly experienced consultants are experts at understanding client needs and delivering strategic solutions that leverage the latest technologies and industry best practices.