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PressPlay TV strengthens leadership team, appoints Rajesh Vashista as CTO

12-April-2016
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PressPlay TV strengthens leadership team, appoints Rajesh Vashista as CTO

PressPlay TV has announced the appointment of Rajesh Vashista as the CTO. Vashista will be leading the PressPlay TV’s technology thrust and will be responsible for driving innovations in apps/products and processes at PressPlay TV.

Vashista brings with him a well-rounded experience of more than 18 years as technologist and mentor. He joins PressPlay TV from WOO, one of India’s leading matchmaking app company, where he was serving as a Senior Director. There he was largely instrumental in increasing the adoption of the app significantly and scaling up WOO’s product in terms combining technology and user interface to provide a delightful user experience to millions of users.  His career spans across multiple domains viz. Social Networking, Socio-Telecom Convergence, Mobile Apps for Social Networks, Content Management, E-Commerce, Media, Workflow Management, Identity Management etc.

Anand Sinha, Co-founder and CEO, PressPlay TV said, “We are a media-tech company and in an industry that is increasingly getting cluttered with me too offerings, tech superiority is not just our USP, but a game changer. I welcome Rajesh to the PressPlay TV team. His being the senior-most member amongst us along with the multi-faceted experience across companies will initiate a steep learning curve amongst all of us. The very young and talented team at PressPlay TV looks forward to his mentorship and direction to navigate in these challenging and exciting times.”

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