ANB Systems Appoints Ramesh Jagannathan as the Head of Chennai Operations

Ramesh Jagannathan has taken charge as the Vice President of Operations.

Chennai, India, August 04, 2019 --( ANB Systems appoints Mr. Ramesh Jagannathan as Vice President – Operations, heading the ANB Chennai Development Center. Following the recent product launches, ANB is aiming at improved scalability to meet the growing needs. Mr. Jagannathan brings significant experience in various facets of IT business operations that is aligned with the company’s vision and is tasked to consolidate, grow and diversify the company’s eTRACK+ workflow platform software and related services.

“Ramesh’s diverse background in technical, operations, management, products, services and consulting will help us expand the eTRACK+ platform and offer solutions to a number of industries and verticals,” said Mr. S. Balakrishnan, CEO of ANB Systems.

“I see ANB Systems in the cusp of growth with their experienced core team, time tested solutions and satisfied clients, and so is well positioned for a leap to next levels. I am super excited to be part of ANB and very much looking forward to collaborating with the team in their ambitious scale plans,” Mr. Ramesh Jagannathan adds.

Ramesh is a multi-faceted leader with two decades of industry experience in executing technology transformation projects in BFS, Insurance, Healthcare and Retail sectors including a decade of exposure in managing client relationships. He had headed delivery organizations of varied size and complexity in both Products and Services with equal poise. As a Principal Consultant and Advisor, Ramesh has helped startup companies on various transformation agendas in the areas of Agile Management, Consultative Selling and Leadership development including coaching of mid-level leadership teams.

About ANB Systems: ANB Systems is a leading workflow management solutions provider for business automation processes. Started as an energy efficiency tracking and demand side management software provider, ANB further evolved to cater the larger utilities segment to improve their business operations.

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