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Yudhishter Gopalkrishna puts in his papers at July Systems

21-July-2014
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Yudhishter Gopalkrishna puts in his papers at July Systems

Yudhishter Gopalkrishna, VP - Strategic Accounts & Business Development, July Systems, has put in his papers. He is currently serving his notice period. He has been reporting to Rajesh Reddy, Founder & CEO, July Systems. Gopalkrishna’s next destination is not known yet.

Though there was no official confirmation at the time of filing the report, sources have confirmed the news to exchange4media.

Gopalkrishna has been responsible for overseeing most of July System’s global (Non-American) revenues as well as a few strategic partnerships. He had joined the company in April 2004, and over the last 10 years, held several positions, including that of Head of Operations during the early days when July Systems was a service delivery platform focused on managing storefronts of operator globally and cross-operator retailers specifically in Europe.

He was responsible for sales and strategic partnership initiatives with more than a 100 companies, including publishers, content developers, payment providers, sports rights owners, and so on, across the world.

With more than 15 years of experience, Gopalkrishna has been driving revenue through building and managing strategic relationships worldwide. Prior to joining July Systems, he was Founder and Managing Director of A&Y Partners, a boutique business advisory partnership firm, which had a global presence. He has also worked as Consultant, VP - Technology and Program Manager at the Microland Group, India/USA. Earlier, he was Manager - Marketing Intelligence & Strategy at Nortel Networks, France and Business Consultant at the Business Consulting Group, Philippines.

 

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