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TO THE NEW Digital appoints Vishal Gera as Vice-President, Technology services

23-December-2015
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TO THE NEW Digital appoints Vishal Gera as Vice-President, Technology services

Digital services company TO THE NEW Digital has announced the appointment of Vishal Gera as a Vice President for its Technology services.

Gera brings over 19 years of IT consulting and software development experience with strong hold in Strategic Planning, Stakeholder Management, Business Growth and Project Management. Before joining TO THE NEW Digital, he served as a Director of Engineering at Aricent India, where he led various engagements with several OEMs and worked closely with the innovation team and fueled growth for the company.

According to the press release, Gera’s appointment aims to strengthen TO THE NEW Digital’s strategy, marketing and operations for its technology service line. He would initially be working towards ramping up Grails, Independent Testing, Java and Scala service offerings.

Deepak Mittal, CEO, TO THE NEW Digital, said, “We are very happy to have Vishal in our team.  He is a veteran of his game and his in-depth industry knowledge will surely be a value addition for driving TO THE NEW Digital’s growth strategy. We welcome him aboard.”

Gera holds a bachelor degree in engineering from the Delhi College of Engineering and an Executive Certificate in Management Program from McIntire Business Institute of University of Virginia.

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