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The appointment of Sathya Kalyansundaram in Experian as India Operations Head

The appointment of Sathya Kalyansundaram as Country Manager Director of Experian India has been confirmed. Mr. Kalyansundaram will be playing a role in driving the growth the overall operations of Experian, India with its focus on strategy clients and vertical market strategy. It will be Mr. Kalyansundaram who will leverage the global strength of Experian in leading the strategic development of Experian solutions for India, which would then align with the global product of the company and industry leaders in credit services, decision analytics, data quality and consumer services. The leadership team of Experian India will report into him to implement the business plan of the organization. 

Over 20 years of experience has been brought by Kalyansundaram from fields such as consulting, fintech leadership roles and finance. He has been recently occupied as the CEO of MobME wireless Solutions, a fintech solution provider and a technology conglomerate in India where he was mainly responsible for formulating expansion plans and creating market strategies. These included ne development of product and portfolio and conceptualising MobME’s customer interfacing solutions.

Even before this the India operations of global MNC’s were led by Mr. Kalyansundaram. The names also include Texas Instruments and Scientific Games. Nevertheless, Confederation Indian Industries is something he was also associated with were he was a Senior Member of Economic Affairs Panel.


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