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Simplify360 appoints Neil Barman as VP, Business Development

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Simplify360 appoints Neil Barman as VP, Business Development

Social media monitoring and analytics firm Simplify360 has brought in Neil Barman as VP of Business Development. The company will now increase its focus on the retail industry.

Barman’s mandate will be to identify growth opportunities in the Indian market, especially outside of Western India region with heavy focus on retail and e-commerce. He will report directly to the CEO; Bhupendra Khanal.

Prior to Simplify360, Barman headed sales for start-up AdsTrack. He has had experience building market presence for Capillary Technology and has also had a stint with Manthan Technology.

“After leadership in telecom and media, we are increased our focus on retail. Having Neil is the first major step to it,” said Khanal.

Speaking about his move to Simplify360, Barman said, "Glad to be a part of Simplify360. With social being the life stream of every marketing activity, definitely our solution can turbocharge any marketing initiative. I look forward to a great ride at Simplify360.”

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