Sunil Lalvani Announced as BlackBerry Managing Director for India

Sunil Lalvani Announced as BlackBerry Managing Director for India

BlackBerry has announced today that Sunil Lalvani has replaced Sunil Dutt as the Managing Director for India.

Lalvani used to head BlackBerry’s enterprise business in the country. He has taken the reigns over the position from Rick Costanzo, the company’s executive vice-president for global sales, who was leading the team in India for the past two months.

“BlackBerry is driving the adoption of its next generation of mobile computing platform with BlackBerry 10, and India is a key market for growth of the powerful platform. As I take up this new role, our focus will be to drive differentiated solutions for consumers and enterprise customers in India, providing a unique mobility experience that harnesses the full range of the BlackBerry offering,” said Lalvani.

In his new role, Lalvani, will be responsible for overseeing and driving the overall business strategy and growth for BlackBerry in India.

via The Hindu

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