Sanjay Mathur resigned as Vice-President of Global Technology Centres, Asia Pacific at Cisco Systems in the first week of February 2015.
He was leading a team of 700 engineers and managed the Cisco Technical Assistance Centres in Bengaluru and Sydney, since August 2011. He left Oracle and joined Cisco in October 2010 as VP - Technical Services, Emerging Markets and was responsible for technical support delivery to Latin America, West Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe and Russia.
Over the last six months, Cisco has seen the exit of several senior executives.
The development comes three months after Cisco suffered losses in its upper echelons with the exit of Rajesh Rege, who was Country Head of Cisco’s Data Centre & Cloud Business for India and SAARC and Aravind Sitaraman, President – Inclusive Growth, a Cisco veteran who ended his 18 year stint with the company.
While, Rege joined Red Hat India as its Managing Director, Sitaraman is working with start-ups in Bengaluru, Pune, Chennai and Hyderabad, advising them on technology strategy.
Where: Cisco Systems
When: 10 February 2015
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