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Wipro Technologies appoints Jessie Paul as new CMO

02-June-2005
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Wipro Technologies appoints Jessie Paul as new CMO

Wipro Technologies, the global IT services division of Wipro Limited, has appointed Jessie Paul as Chief Marketing Officer.

Commenting on her new assignment, Jessie said, “My mandate will be to develop and implement the marketing and brand strategy in alignment with the business strategy. Wipro Technologies has tremendous IP and domain-based solutions and it will be exciting to position and leverage these further."

Jessie joins Wipro from iGATE Global Solutions, and is backed by a decade of experience in services marketing and brand internationalisation. She has headed the marketing function for iGATE Global Solutions since 2003, prior to which she was global brand manager for Infosys.

Jessie has also worked with O&M Advertising, and managed key service brands, according to a press release issued by the company. She will be based in Bangalore and report to Vivek Paul, Vice Chairman of Wipro Ltd and CEO of Wipro Technologies.

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