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Snapdeal appoints Rahul Ganjoo as Vice President, Program Management

22-September-2015
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Snapdeal appoints Rahul Ganjoo as Vice President, Program Management

Snapdeal today announced the appointment of Rahul Ganjoo as Vice President, Program Management. In his new role, Ganjoo will augment the company’s efforts to enhance customer experience across various Snapdeal platforms. He will also focus on program management and help build the most innovative tech company in the world.

Prior to his appointment at Snapdeal, Ganjoo has spent over two years at Twitter where he worked on solving high visibility problems such as large scale spam and targeted abuse. He was working out of the company’s headquarters in San Francisco, USA. Gajoo also worked on evangelising agile practices across engineering teams. His previous stints were with companies like Six Apart, Symantec, Thoughtworks and Wipro Technologies, where he built program management teams, led the execution of large scale programs and instituted processes to make engineering organisations more effective.

Ganjoo holds a Masters in Software Engineering from BITS, Pilani and Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from Pune Institute of Computer Technology.

Rohit Bansal, Co-Founder, Snapdeal said, “We are very excited to have Rahul on-board. He comes with 15 years of rich experience across various domains with his last stint being Twitter, a consumer facing high-decibel platform. Snapdeal is a consumer oriented technology company with an exponential daily traffic .Rahul’s expertise in identifying, monitoring, rationalizing and controlling the interdependencies between projects will ensure optimal utilisation of resources which will enhance efficiencies of our platform. Snapdeal is growing at lightning speed and it’s important for us to adopt a cohesive approach towards technology enabled processes to offer consumers a seamless experience. I am sure Rahul will play a notable role in bringing synergies within Snapdeal’s internal processes and I wish him luck as he starts his journey with Snapdeal.”

Speaking about his move, Rahul Ganjoo said, “I’m incredibly excited to join the young and energetic Snapdeal family. E-commerce in India is a very interesting space and I am sure that my journey with the company will be a huge learning experience. My focus will be on institutionalising best of breed product development practices to ensure Snapdeal is a world class engineering organisation. I am looking forward to contributing to Snapdeal’s vision of creating the most impactful digital ecommerce system by closing the gap between strategy and execution.”

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