Ashutosh Vaidya Succeeds Suresh Vaswani as Dell Services Applications, BPO Head

Dell - ExecutiveMosaicAshutosh Vaidya, a senior executive at Dell Services, has been selected to succeed Suresh Vaswani as vice president and global head of Dell’s applications and business process outsourcing business, CIOL.COM reported Monday.

The article says Vaidya will be in charge of international business offerings and will report to Vaswani, who now serves as Dell Services president.

Vaidya's more than two decades of industry experience includes several leadership posts at Dell, where he worked to help develop service offerings as well modernize multi-location product delivery platforms, according to the report.

CIOL.COM notes Vaidya holds business administration and engineering degrees.

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