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Updated: October 30, 2013 00:41 IST

Fujitsu India CEO quits

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Pallab Talukdar
Pallab Talukdar

Less than eight months after Japanese IT major Fujitsu India executed an organisational restructuring, the company’s CEO Pallab Talukdar has quit the company, according to people with direct knowledge of the matter.

Earlier this year, Fujitsu India had decided to merge the sales team of consulting arm Fujitsu Consulting India, with itself in a bid to consolidate the company’s overall market strategy.

A company spokesperson confirmed Mr. Talukdar’s resignation.

Mr. Talukdar had joined Fujitsu nearly four years ago and has been in charge of Fujitsu India’s IT business since then. Mr. Talukdar previously headed Dell’s Enterprise business in the country. 

While there was unconfirmed market speculation that Fujitsu India is looking to scale down operations, Managing Director Mark Wilson pointed out that “all operations in the country remain open.”

“Fujitsu remains fully committed to its customers, partners and business in India, which continues to be a key market for Fujitsu. As such, all operations in the country remain open,” Mr. Wilson said, in an e-mailed response.

“Pallab Talukdar has left Fujitsu India to pursue other interests. We thank him for his valuable contributions to the company’s growth,” he added. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujitsu Technology Solutions Holding B.V, Fujitsu India offers a broad portfolio of products and services.

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