Hexaware Announces a New Group of Board Members to Scale their Operational Capabilities

Hexaware Announces New Board Members with a Focus on Strengthening Operational Capabilities and Further Driving and Sustaining Accelerated Growth-01

Hexaware Technologies (“Hexaware”), the next-generation digital company, continues to invest in strengthening its management capabilities, developing talent and growing its technical and operational capabilities to drive and sustain accelerated growth. The company expects to grow its revenue organically by more than 20% in 2022, which would make it one of the fastest growing technology companies in India.

New Hexaware Board Members

The company is pleased to appoint new and distinguished members to the Board of Directors who are prominent leaders in their respective fields. They include:

Hexaware’s CEO, R. Srikrishna, will continue to serve as Executive Director on the Board, while Milind Sarwate will continue in his role as Independent Director.

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“I would like to welcome each board member to Hexaware. We continue to experience strong growth and believe the vast experience the new board members bring, as well as the strength of Carlyle’s brand and its value creation expertise will enable us to further accelerate development and expand on our global customer base,” said R. Srikrishna.

“Hexaware has played an important role in revolutionizing the IT services industry. I am excited to join the Hexaware board to help guide the team as the company embarks on its next phase of accelerated growth and expansion globally,” said Michael Bender.

Hexaware’s core strategic focus areas including building out its digital product engineering services through its Mobiquity product platform, expanding on its cloud transformation services for large global enterprises through its Amaze® platform, and growing its AI and business automation solutions services through its Tensai platform.

The company currently employs 25,000 employees globally across 18 countries and plans to add over 10,000 employees in 2022.

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