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Ranjan Kapur, Raman Roy to join the board of Annik Technology Services

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Ranjan Kapur, Raman Roy to join the board of Annik Technology Services

Ranjan Kapur, India Country Head for WPP Group and Raman Roy have agreed to join the board of Annik Technology Services. Kapur was formerly the Executive Chairman of O&M India and Vice Chairman, O&M Asia-Pacific. Roy was formerly the Chairman and Managing Director of Wipro Spectramind.

Annik has been the pioneer of offshore market research support services and has an experienced market research team in India with hands-on expertise in working on standard market research platforms.

Annik is reconstituting the Board of Directors post the recent announcement of Roy and his team acquiring a 40 per cent stake in the company. Annik’s board of Directors will consist of Rahul Sahgal as Managing Director and Vikas Srivastava, besides Kapur and Roy as Board Members.

“I am delighted to be a part of the Annik team. The growth and vision that Annik has for participating in market research industry is very dear to my heart,” said Kapur, who retired in 2003 after 38 years with O&M Worldwide and 10 years at the helm of O&M India.

“We are delighted to have Ranjan as a part of the Annik team. Ranjan’s expertise in the market research industry coupled with Annik’s understanding of off-shoring will deliver world class capabilities to our customers” said Roy.

Annik, which was founded by Rahul Sahgal, specialises in the survey market research and data analytics domain. The company helps global organisations with the execution and analysis of their survey research requirements, along with the development of tools related to data warehousing, data mining and analysis. With two locations and over 230 employees, Annik currently supports companies in the US, Europe and Australia.


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