Dell EMC India appoints Rajesh Janey and Alok Ohrie to spearhead the enterprise and commercial business respectively.
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The leadership team of Dell EMC for India is confirmed.
The senior executives at the helm are Rajesh Janey for the enterprise business and Alok Ohrie for the commercial business at Dell EMC India.
Dell EMC under Dell Technologies provides Infrastructure Solutions Group and Services to the end customers. Besides DELL EMC, the six other companies under Dell Technologies (merger of Dell and EMC) are Dell, Pivotal, RSA, SecureWorks, Virtustream and VMware.
Both Janey and Ohrie have been part of EMC and Dell (before the merger) respectively.
'Rajesh Janey will lead the Enterprise Business for Dell EMC in India. Alok Ohrie will spearhead India Commercial Business for Dell EMC in the region,' confirmed an official statement by Dell Technologies.
During a recent global media and analyst call to annouce the merger, chairman and CEO of Dell Technologies Michael Dell had said,“The two biggest products of Dell Technologies are very familiar. Our client solutions business will continue to be known as Dell and Infrastructure Solutions Business bringing the very best of Dell and EMC will be known as Dell EMC."
DELL EMC | India Enterprise Business
Janey was President India and SAARC for EMC since October 2011 before recently moving to the role of leading India Enterprise Business for Dell EMC.
"I’m very excited about the value that Dell Technologies is uniquely positioned to create for customers, our partners and the entire ecosystem - #1 in everything now in one place," said Janey, India Enterprise Business, Dell EMC on his new role.
“As Indian customers look to transform their IT to cater to the new demands of the digital age, the Dell Technologies family of businesses is uniquely positioned to address their needs. Our structure gives us the freedom to focus on our customers first, invest in R&D – where we have a significant presence in India – and incubate high-growth businesses in emerging areas,” added Janey.
As Indian customers look to transform their IT to cater to the new demands of the digital age, the Dell Technologies family of businesses is uniquely positioned to address their needs. —Rajesh Janey, India Enterprise Business, Dell EMC
“The unique family of businesses we’ve brought together under Dell Technologies has the vision, the solution capability, and the market-leading technologies required to enable organisations to leverage new solutions to transform their IT and evolve their digital business,” stated David Webster, President, APJ Enterprise Business, Dell EMC.
“In a digital world where data volumes are growing exponentially and companies are changing their business models, our ability to enable competitive advantage for our customers by managing, storing, protecting and analysing data is at the very heart of our new company. And we believe that moving to a hybrid cloud model is key for companies to thrive in the future,” said Webster.
DELL EMC | India Commercial Business
Alok Ohrie has been MD and President for Dell India since April 2013. He will now be leading India Commercial Business for Dell EMC India.
Ohrie said, "India is at the cusp of a massive digital disruption with the government, enterprises and consumers rapidly adopting technology. This presents businesses with a trillion dollar market by 2023."
“The Dell-EMC merger augurs well for our customers and partners, combining a supply chain at scale with a go-to-market strength that consolidates our position in new and existing areas of technology. With strategically-aligned businesses under the Dell Technologies umbrella, the new entity presents a unique combination of unparalleled capabilities, a wide range of solution offerings, and the essential infrastructure for business transformation that fosters innovation and helps customers of all sizes win in the digital world,” he stated.
The Dell-EMC merger augurs well for our customers and partners, combining a supply chain at scale with a go-to-market
strength that consolidates our position in new and existing areas of technology. —Alok Ohrie, India Commercial Business, Dell EMC
“Dell Technologies brings together two technology powerhouses, underlined by our strong focus on the customer, where our combined capabilities and huge innovation engine will allow us to create technologies that drive human progress,” said Amit Midha, President, APJ Commercial, Dell EMC.
"Asia will lead the way as it leapfrogs into the digital future with the proliferation of the Internet of Things and data-driven applications, and we are extremely excited to guide our customers in this transformation," added Midha.
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