Ericsson appoints new head of cloud in the Middle East

New leader instrumental in establishing IT and cloud practice of Ericsson India
Indranil Das
Indranil Das

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Ericsson has appointed Indranil Das as the head of IT and cloud for region Middle East.

Das started his career with Ericsson in 2011 as the vice president of Ericsson global services in India. He was part of the team that established the IT and cloud practice in India.

"Indranil and his team will work to bring our innovation in the IT and Cloud area closer to our customers," said Rafiah Ibrahim, head of Ericsson, region Middle East and East Africa.

Das added: “The IT and cloud Unit forms a vital part of Ericsson’s business, and I am very excited to join the team in the Middle East to further develop this particular segment of the Ericsson offering in the region.”

 

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